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Analysis of Industrial Response Mechanism of COVID-19 Risk Impact

Run Chai, Xiaolin Li
In January 2020, COVID-19 suddenly broke out, then Wuhan province had to be isolated and people had to observe home quarantine in China. The epidemic led to instantaneous closure of the business catering, entertainment, tourism and other service industries. Most of the traffic was interrupted, enterprises...

The Effect of CSR on Company Reputation Using Intellectual Capital as a Mediating Variable

Yuniep Mujati Suaidah, Omi Pramiana, Dwi Ermayanti Susilo, Hadi Sucipto, Rachyu Purbowati
This research aimed to analyze the effect of corporate social responsibility in improving the company’s reputation, both directly and through the company’s intellectual capital. The population of this study were the annual reports of banking sector companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. The...

Analysis on the Different Response of Fast Fashion Brands and Luxury Brands to the Epidemic

Wen Peiyu
The fashion industry is one of the most important industries in the world economy, and it has always had strong competitiveness in trade exchanges. The outbreak of the epidemic triggered great turmoil in the global financial market, which had varying degrees of negative impact on fashion brands of all...

Parent’s Involvement Through Play Materials Selection for Toddlers in Family Setting

Fidesrinur, Eva Riza
The objectives of the research is study parents’ involvement through children’s play materials in family setting. The qualitative research was carried out at “JABODETABEK” with a respondents 106 parents. The research conclude that (1) most play materials used by toddlers are machine made with 41 % functioned...

The Influence of Management Knowledge on Principal Performance and School Performance Quality in Senior High Schools West Sumatra

Hibban, Mukhaiyar, Rusdinal
This research is a quantitative study, describing how much management knowledge has influenced the performance of school principals and the quality of school performance in SMA Negeri Sumatra Barat. The research method was a survey with a quantitative approach. The data were analysed by using path analysis....

The Urgency of Government Regulations in Substitute of Law About the Drone Usage Regulation

Yuwono Prianto, Paksi Yudha Sasmita, Agata A. Mourin
The development of drones, makes it very easy to obtain and important because it can be used for a variety of purposes ranging from positive to negative things. However, Indonesia constitution are not sufficient to overcome the problems that is caused by drone. Seeing the numerous problems that have...

Secular or Religious State and the Impact on the Acceptance and Resistance of Sharia Perda in Indonesia

Akhmad Khalimy
This paper wants to know the various views among Indonesian and foreign scholars on the existence of sharia perda in Indonesia. Their various views traced from their works on books, dissertations/thesis, or papers written on the topic of sharia perda from 2000-2020. The following studies will compare...

Factors Affecting Reading Interest of Elementary School Students

Ali Mustadi, Faisal Amri
The purpose of this research is to determine factors affecting reading interest of fifth graders. The study applied a qualitative survey research. The data were analyzed using factor analysis. The research population was 590 students. The research sample was 238 students. The results show internal factors...

Impact of Firm-Created Content and User-Generated Content on Consumer Perception in Grab-and-Go Coffee Brands

Adhityo Negoro, M. Gunawan Alif
Social media platforms nowadays are numerous and have many different features to aid the communication conducted by individuals or groups. At the same time, it has an implication on how marketing communications are conducted and how consumers perceive brands, thus determining purchase intentions. The...

Archive and Bureaucratic Reform: The Abandoned Public Service

Swani Sona Saragih
As a record of information of all organizational activities, archive functions as a center of memory, decision-making aid, and evidence of the organization’s existence, as well as serves other organizational interests. Without archive to record organizational activities, an organization will encounter...
Proceedings Article

Classical Enterotoxin Genes of Staphylococcus aureus Isolated from the Raw Milk of Cows and Goats in Yogyakarta Indonesia

Desy Cahya Widianingrum, Sarasati Windria, Fatkhanuddin Aziz, Siti Isrina Oktavia Salasia
Milk is a highly nutritious food containing several essential nutrients. Consequently, it can be contaminated by pathogenic bacteria, including Staphylococcus aureus. This study aimed to analyze the genes encoding nine classical enterotoxins of S. aureus isolated from cow and goat raw milk. A total of...

Android Based English Learning Media and Quiz Using Augmented Reality

Dias Agata, Heny Yuniarti, Ahmelia Ayu Pratiwi Adison
The pandemic hits the world today has made educators and parents moved to develop attractive English learning media for young learners to keep them excited while learning from home. Android smartphone devices are currently popularly used for interaction media between young learners and teachers during...

Virtual Tourists’ Motivation During COVID-19 Pandemic

Muhamad Muhamad
The emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic affects greatly all aspects of life, including the tourism sector. The pandemic affects traveler’s motivation in planning their canceled trip on a chosen destination. This paper aims to give alternatives in tourism using a virtual-based tourist destination in Indonesia....

Indonesian New Normal Mathematics Education - Seeking Certainty in Uncertain Times

Allan Leslie White
Humanity has dealt with pandemics or plagues throughout history. History also demonstrates that in periods of uncertainty there are always guides that remain certain. In response to Covid-19, the Indonesian government’s ‘New Normal’ provided a list of challenges for all educators, who must then adapt...

Analysis on the Causes and Solutions of Teenagers’ Excessive and Impulse Consumption

Ruohan Qin
Impulse consumption refers to the unplanned and unconscious purchase behavior of customers under the impetus of external factors. At the same time, it will also cause excessive consumption to a certain extent, which is not compatible with national conditions and the level of economic development. Thus,...

Enhancing Vocational Teachers’ Professionalism in Teaching Government Accounting

Vita Fitria Sari, Dewi Pebriyani, Mayar Afriyenti
The implementation of the 2013 curriculum in Vocational High Schools has introduced the field of government accounting in the vocational curriculum with the subject “accounting practicum for government institutions / agencies”. The 2013 curriculum introduces the terms remedial and enrichment in the learning...

A Model for Enhancing the Competitiveness of MSMEs Through E-Commerce

Study at MSMEs in Garut Region

Abdul Rahman, Ervina
In theory, the competitiveness of a business unit is influenced by, among other things, the use of e- commerce in marketing activities. This study was conducted to determine the competitiveness of MSMEs and how E- Commerce affects this competitiveness. Based on Akhmedova’s theory, the study was carried...

The Greatly Affect of Leadership, Encouragement and Discipline in Teacher Success

Madyahya, Happy Fitria, Syaiful Eddy
The objective of this analysis was to evaluate the impact of the Headmaster Leadership Style, Teacher Work Motivation and Teacher Discipline on Teacher Success in partial and simultaneous tests. The total population of teachers in the Babat Supat District of Musi Banyuasin Regency is 294 teachers. Removing...

Factors Influencing Decision-Making Process in Relation to Public Service Delivery (PSD) in Malaysia

Rozaina Ali, Ahmad Shaharudin Abdul Latiff, Sazali Abdul Wahab
Efficient public service delivery is a main objective for every government. An important aspect of public service delivery is ensuring services provided fulfil the changing needs of the citizens and benefiting the public. However, the challenge on how best the government can serve the public continues...

Sharia Stock Performance Behavior in the Covid-19 Situation

Arfeni Nabila, Pitri Yandri
The Covid-19 condition with various government policies that focus on rules for limiting the scope of human activity also impacts the capital market, which is experiencing contraction. Sharia shares in the mining sector, trade and investment services sector, and the essential and chemical industry sectors...

The Influence of Lifestyle and Product Attractiveness on Purchasing Decisions at Coffee Shop in Blora Regency

Devita Rizky Aprillia, Rochman Hadi Mustofa
The coffee shop business in Blora Regency has been growing into promisingly business as it attracts many coffee consumers to purchase coffee products at the coffee shop frequently. This study means to decide the impact of way of life and engaging quality of the item on buying choices at cafe in Blora...
Proceedings Article

Observations of Bali Cattle Carcass Size Based on Different Body Condition Scores at Kendari Slaughter House

Harapin Hafid
This study aims to assess the influence of the score on the body condition of Bali cattle that shall be slaughtered at Kendari city especially on a linear measure of the body and the percentage of the carcass. The study is done in four months from January to April 2021 at the slaughterhouse Kendari city...
Conference Abstract


Simon Endes*, Emmanuel Schaffner, Seraina Caviezel, Julia Dratva, Christine S. Autenrieth, Miriam Wanner, Brian Martin, Daiana Stolz, Marco Pons, Alexander Turk, Robert Bettschart, Christian Schindler, Nino Künzli, Nicole Probst-Hensch, Arno Schmidt-Trucksäss
Pages: 15 - 16
We examined cross-sectional associations of self-reported PA intensities with arterial stiffness in elderly Caucasians of the Swiss Cohort Study on Air Pollution and Lung and Heart Diseases in Adults (SAPALDIA). Mixed central and peripheral arterial stiffness was measured oscillometrically by the cardio-ankle...
Conference Abstract


Wen-Yi Yang, Thibault Petit, Lutgard Thijs, Zhen-Yu Zhang, Lotte Jacobs, Azusa Hara, Fang-Fei Wei, Erika Salvi, Lorena Citterio, Yu-Mei Gu, Judita Knez, Nicholas Cauwenberghs, Matteo Barcella, Cristina Barlassina, Paolo Manuta, Tatiana Kuznetsova*, Daniele Cusi, Peter Verhamme, Aernout Luttun, Jan Staessen
Pages: 15 - 15
Aims: In mice, MEOX2/TCF15 heterodimers are highly expressed in heart endothelial cells and are involved in the transcriptional regulation of lipid transport. We investigated whether coronary heart disease (CHD) in humans is associated with variation in these genes. Methods and results: In 2027 participants...

Development of Contextual Teaching Learning Model Based on Blended Learning

Zunidar, Sahat Siagian, Hamid K. Abdul
The research objectives were to analyze: (1) the feasibility of a blended learning-based contextual learning model for the lesson planning course, and (2) the effectiveness of the blended learning-based contextual learning model for the lesson planning course. The research method used is development...

Development of a System for Assessing the Ecological State of Water Bodies

Rustam Gakaev
One of the global tasks of the modern environmental issue is the study of the sustainable development of water bodies, their structure and, most importantly, their rational use. The solution of this urgent problem is practically impossible without researching the components of aquatic ecosystems. These...

Experience of Creating Digital Twins as a Result of Monitoring the Health of Industrial Personnel

Leonid I. Baranov, Olga A. Tikhonova, Alexey N. Tsarev, Nikolay M. Tverdynin, Nadezhda I. Grishakina
One of the areas of occupational medicine is organizing the pre-shift medical examination of personnel of hazardous and extrahazardous industrial facilities, such as nuclear power plants. Appropriate medical control is not only permanent, but practically integrated into the technological process. The...
Conference Abstract


Luca Zanoli*, Stefania Rastelli, Jean-Philippe Empana, Pierre Boutouyrie, Stephane Laurent, Pietro Castellino
Pages: 15 - 15
Background: Arterial stiffness is increased with chronic inflammatory disorders. The reduction of inflammation by immunomodulatory therapy is associated with a restoration of arterial function. Objectives: To determine whether carotid-femoral pulse wave velocity (cf-PWV) is increased in subjects with...

The Evaluation of E-Learning in Logistics Distribution Practicum Courses Based on Students’ Future Orientation and Case Studies

Ares Albirru Amsal, Laela Susdiani
Logistics Distribution Practicum (LDP) is a course that plays an essential role in the industrial era 4.0. This course provides skills regarding the movement of goods and services relevant to today’s online buying and selling transactions. Thus, course learning can not be separated from the motivation...
Conference Abstract


Agnieszka Olszanecka*, Kalina Kawecka-Jaszcz, Danuta Czarnecka
Pages: 15 - 15
IGFs and their binding proteins are increasingly recognized as important in understanding the pathogenesis of cardiovascular disease. During the transition from premenopause to postmenopause, many women experience weight gain, hence we hypothesized that circulating growth hormones can play a role in...

Research on the performance evaluation of government venture capital fund based on factor analysis and DEA model

Hong-Mei Zhang, Ya-Zhong Chen, Zhe Wang
Pages: 15 - 20
According to the existing domestic and foreign research results as well as the characteristics of the guide fund, this paper constructs the index system of guide fund performance evaluation, selects the data of the part of the enterprises shared by the government guide venture capital fund and uses the...

A simulation study of outpatient scheduling with multiple providers and a single device

Xiao-Dan Wu, Mohammad T. Khasawneh, Dian-Min Yue, Ya-Nan Chu, Zhan-Ting Gao
Pages: 15 - 25
Effective outpatient appointment scheduling aims at reducing patient waiting time and operational costs, and improving resource utilization, especially given the stochastic nature of patient arrivals. Unlike many western developed countries, China faces challenges due to imperfect appointment systems...

Forecasting Direction of Trend of a Group of Analogous Time Series Using F-Transform and Fuzzy Natural Logic

Vilém Novák, Irina Perfilieva
Pages: 15 - 28
We present an idea to group time series according to similarity of their local trends and to predict future direction of the trend of all of them on the basis of forecast of only one representative. First, we assign to each time series an adjoint one, which consists of a sequence of the F1-transform...

A novel approach to the theory of Padé approximants

Christopher Athorne
Pages: 15 - 27
By associating polynomials and power series expansions with sln(C) modules we dscribe the theory of Padé approximants in terms of tensor products of representations and interpret their recurrence relations algebraically. The treatment links with the theory of Hirota derivatives and discrete integrable...

Generalised Symmetries and the Ermakov-Lewis Invariant

R. Goodall, P.G.L. Leach
Pages: 15 - 26
Generalised symmetries and point symmetries coincide for systems of first-order odinary differential equations and are infinite in number. Systems of linear first-order ordinary differential equations possess a generalised rescaling symmetry. For the sytem of first-order ordinary differential equations...

q-Euler numbers and polynomials associated with p-adic q-integrals

Taekyun Kim
Pages: 15 - 27
The main purpose of this paper is to present a systemic study of some families of multiple q-Euler numbers and polynomials. In particular, by using the q-Volkenborn integration on Zp, we construct p-adic q-Euler numbers and polynomials of higher order. We also define new generating functions of multiple...

The Mediating Role of Management Accounting Information and Organizational Culture Between Organizational Learning and Performance

Nguyen Bich LIEN, Pham Tra LAM, Luong Duc THUAN
Research purpose This study focuses on the mediating role of management accounting information (MAI) and organizational culture in the relationship between organizational learning (OL) and organizational performance. Research motivation The relationship between OL and organizational performance has...

How Does Beliefs Work as a Barrier Affecting Consumer’s Attitude Towards Luxury Brand’s Consumption

Huaiyue Yun
Consumer beliefs act as barrier towards purchasing luxurious and prominent brands among consumers. In recent decades, China has experienced significant growth in the consumption of luxury goods and services attributable to consumer beliefs. Our research focuses on consumer beliefs enhancing the consumption...

Solutions of Burgers, Reynolds, and Navier–Stokes Equations via Stochastic Perturbations of Inviscid Flows

Yuri E. Gliklikh
Pages: 15 - 29
We show that a certain stochastic perturbation of the flow of perfect incompressible fluid under some special external force on the flat n-dimensional torus yields a solution of Navier–Stokes equation without external force in the tangent space at unit of volume preserving diffeomorphism group. If that...
Proceedings Article

Novel Training Methods Based ANN for the Consumed Energy Forecasting

Arwa ben farhat, adnen cherif
Artificial Neural Networks have demonstrated best effectiveness and excellent scheduling capabilities in realizing many purposes like recognition, clustering, classification, management and even prediction. For this reason, we have used RBF based Artificial NN for the dynamic forecasting of load and...

Analysis on Changing Trends in China’s & U.S.’s Economies and Potential Benefits for Post-COVID Recovery

Yiwen Sun
An unprecedented scale of lockdown has been generated in the world by the highly contagious virus, COVID-19. Consequently, the economies are highly impaired, since businesses are closed, firms stop the productions, and global trade is constrained. The pandemic is challenging the formerly existing economic...

Employees Motivation Mechanism in Fast Moving Consumer Goods Industry—Case of Procter & Gamble

Jia Chen
In order to improve company’s performances that allow the company to some extent avoid risks in marketing changes, enterprises need to find approaches to innovate their management, intending to make employees maximize their commitment to organization and work. Therefore, the employees incentive mechanism...

Percent Material Learning Design Using Book Arrangement Context for Class V Students

Amy Arimbi, Cecil Hiltrimartin
This study aims to produce a learning trajectory to help students understand the concept of percent uses the context of the arrangement of books for class V. This research is based on the PMRI which associated with 2013 curriculum learning. The method used in this research is design research type validation...

How Far the Psychoeducation can Build Family Resilience for the Brides in the City of Bandung

Yuli Aslamawati, Rodliyah Khuza’i, Kiki Zakiah, Chairiawaty Chairiawaty
This study was entitled “How far the psychoeducation can build family resilience for the brides in the city of Bandung “ which becomes the government’s attention to create a strong and prosperous family. The data at the Religious Courts of Bandung City show 5,415 divorce lawsuits throughout 2017, of...

Art Norms Under The “Ancient Egyptian Dynasty”

Chen Ying
The ancient Egyptian civilization has a history of five thousand years since its birth, during which the art forms developed unique characteristics. In essence, ancient Egyptian art served the pharaohs and a few nobles, existed in every aspect of social life, and played the role of praising the dynasty,...

A Research on Problems of Use of Social Capital in the Field of Natural Resources Based on Public Policies

Yuqi Yang
Public-Private Partnership (PPP) is one of the important models for attracting social capital. The joint investment in public products and services by the government and social capital is conducive to reducing the burden of government debt and preventing and resolving financial risks. The central and...

Changes to the Art Function of Angklung Sered Balandongan Before and After Indonesian Independence

Agus Ahmad W, Juju Masunah, Tati Narawati, Rita Milyartini
The purpose of writing this article is to describe the results of research on changes in the function of angklung in Tasikmalaya, West Java, before and after Indonesian independence. The research method uses ethnography. Data were collected through interviews with angklung figures, observations of angklung...
Proceedings Article

Characteristics of Colorectal Cancer Patients in General Hospital of West Nusa Tenggara Province

Arif Zuhan
Colorectal cancer (CRC) is a malignant tumor found in the epithelium of colon and rectum. The incidence of CRC was in third ranks worldwide with 1,849,518 cases, which is 10.2% of all cancer diagnoses and second ranks as the cause of death due to cancer (881,000 deaths in 2018). This study aims to determine...
Proceedings Article

Difference in Malocclusion Knowledge between Mothers in Urban and Rural Area: A Cross-sectional Study

Ervina Sofyanti, Darmayanti Siregar, Yane Indira Pasaribu, Magie Vania Halim
Some studies have reported about adequate relationship between mothers’ knowledge and children’s oral health status. Malocclusion is one of the major health issues after dental caries and periodontal disease which can worsen the oral health-related quality of life. Promoting dental health among mothers...

Income of Women Traders Around the Coast of Kupang City Beach Attractions Before and During Covid 19

Veronika A. S. M. Flora, Yudha E. Nugraha, Christina W. Plaituka
The purpose of this study was to determine the business and income of women traders on the coast of Kupang City Beach attractions before and during the Covid 19 pandemic. The research method used was qualitative, the data collection techniques were observation and in-depth interviews with informants...