The Universitas Lampung International Conference on Social Sciences (ULICoSS) 2021 is the second international conference organized by the Institute of Research and Community Services, the University of Lampung, Indonesia. The conference will be held in the city of Bandar Lampung, Lampung Province, Indonesia, on 30 – 31 August 2021. The 2nd ULICoSS 2021 will be a hybrid event, combining an in-person conference with a virtual one via Zoom with a few presenters or participants present but most contributing to the event remotely. The Committee will take into account and follow the health and safety guidance during COVID-19 (COVID-19 protocols) to minimize the spread of the virus in the event.
By inviting keynote speakers from Croatia, Japan, Malaysia, and Indonesia to scientifically address their thoughts and innovations on the issues of Society 5.0 related to social developments, this conference is intended to be a forum to convey specific alternative and significant breakthroughs in the rapid social development.
Therefore, this event aims at kindly appealing to scholars, academics, researchers, experts, practitioners, and university students to take part and share outlooks, experiences, research findings, and recent trends of research in the milieu of social sciences. In so doing, it is expected that attendees can gain advanced understanding and insights offering solutions to problems.
The 2nd ULICoSS 2021 invites and welcomes you to submit your works on various topics related to the Scope of the Conference. All submitted abstracts and papers will undergo a blind peer-review process to ensure their quality, relevance, and originality.
Kobe University, Japan.
She studies civil and commercial laws and their implementation in Asian region, in a combined method of the comparative law and the regional socio-economic studies. Although "legal institution" is one of the core concerns in the present international development study circle, professional researches are very much limited in this area and she deems herself as one of the advance guards in the frontier. She is particularly interested in the autonomous development of Asian law beyond simple "transplant" of Western or global models. Working very close to the legal cooperation activities from Japan, she has special concerns on civil and commercial law reforms in such transition economies as Vietnam, China and Laos, as well as financial law reforms in such leading ASEAN countries as Thailand and Indonesia.
Marmara University, Turkey
Prof. Arif Orçun Söylemez is a visiting scholar at The Center for Middle Eastern Studies (CMES) at Harvard University and a full-time professor at the Department of Economics and Finance, Marmara University in Istanbul. He has experience in numerous financial institutions and macroeconomics with demonstrated history as a portfolio analyst in the top financial industry firms and NGOs (İş Bank and TASAM). Besides served as a professor at Marmara, he also acts as a country expert at Euromoney Country Risk (ECR), financial advisor to the well-leading startups in Turkey called BUBA, and working on entrepreneurial projects with TUSİAD; Turkish Business and Industrialist Association. He graduated with distinction from Suffolk University, the USA, for PhD focused on Economics and a dual Master: MBA from one of the world's top business schools, HEC-Paris and MA (Hons.) Economics from Boğazici University in Istanbul.
Rector of Universitas Lampung
Professor Karomani is currently serving as Rector of Universitas Lampung. In 2007, he earned his Ph.D. in Intercultural Communication from Padjadjaran University, Indonesia.
He has contributed to a number of national and international journals with article publications. The most recent one is “Perceptions of Ethnic Groups in Bakauheni Sub-District, South Lampung Regency, Indonesia”, published in the Journal of Intercultural Communication.
He has also written and published several books mainly related to communication studies, including: Analisis Wacana Berita (2008), Komunikasi Antarbudaya (2008), Bahasa dan Komunikasi Antarbudaya (2009), Metode TIPIBA (2013), Logika (2013), Dasar-Dasar Keterampilan Berbicara menuju Komunikasi Efektif (2018), and Antologi Puisi Nuansa Kata dan Samudra (2018).
Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malaysia.
Associate Professor Dr. Hisham bin Dzakiria teaches at School of Languages, Civilization and Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malaysia. He completed a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Professional Development majoring in Ligelong Learning & Professional Development in ODL from University of Easr Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom (2004). He obtained a Master of Arts(MA) degree in Linguistics with a Minor in Communication(1996). Two bachelor degrees from Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario; Canada majoring in Education and Applied Linguistics (1991). Since 1992, he has progressively attained various achievements in academia ranging from accomplishing various research work, publication, consultation, training and coaching work. His current research areas & word include: higher Education; Student`s leadership;Learning Interaction; Student Learning Skills; Learning Ergonomics; Open Distance Learning & Adult learning; Modular Approach and Ope Educational Resources (OER). With a reading of 13 H index, and 19 i10 index on citation in social science, he looks forward to strengthen his achievements in years to come.
University of Zagreb, Croatia
Dr. Marta ZORKO is Associate Professor at the University of Zagreb, Croatia, at the Faculty of Political Science – The Department of International Relations and Security Studies. She teaches Political geography and Geopolitics, Contemporary Geopolitical Issues (both in English and Croatian) at BA level, Migration and Security and Geopolitics and Security at MA level and Geopolitics of Strategic Resources at PhD. level. Her scientific work influenced the development of Croatian political science in the area of Political Geography and Geopolitics. She is internationally recognized in the area of Border Studies. She is member of International Political Science Association and Board Member of its Recearch Comittee 15 (Political and Cultural Geography), and Association for Borderland Studies. She has served (2014 – 2017) as Vice-Dean and Graduate Chair for MA in Political Science, Deputy Graduate Chair for MA in postgraduate course Security policy of Republic of Croatia (2010 – 2014), and she is Faculty representative in The Council for Military Studies. She is executive editor in Forum for Security Studies Yearbook and has published a book Geopolitics and Territoriality as well as numerous scientific articles in her field of interest.
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Institute of Research and Community Service Universitas Lampung
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