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How Geneneration Z Trust in Sources of Information Related to Covid-19

Arba’iyah Satriani, Andalusia N. Permatasari, Ratri R. Kusumalestari, Nova N. Nadifah, Millenia Anjali
The pattern of media consumption in Indonesia has recently become more complex with the advent of the internet. Generation Z or Gen Z is the most technologically literate group of people today and is the youngest generation with an age range of 10-24 years. The aim of this study is to determine the components...

Research on Financial Risk Management in Coffee Industry under COVID-19

Evidence from Starbucks Inc.

Ou Xinyue, Lanfeng Qiao, Chenxin Yang
Based on the huge impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the world economy, this paper examines the financial analysis of the new coffee industry under the current pandemic. Here we take Starbucks, the representative of the coffee industry, as an example, adopts data collection method, comparison method,...
Proceedings Article

The Study of Supporting Elements in Small Towns’ Urbanization with Characteristics

Jian Zhang, Yujin Li
To get a further knowledge over the essential characteristics supporting small towns’ urbanization process, case study utilizing towns in a abroad China was conducted. Theme features were discovered to be related to humanistic spirit, historic feature, particular industry and market-oriented strategy....

A Model of Cultural Survival of Sundanese Ethnic Community

Achmad Hufad, Jajat S Ardiwinata, Purnomo
Education process is engrossed with cultural processes as part of enculturation and socialization. Ethnic communities have their own unique patterns, ways, and characteristics in sustaining and developing their cultures. This research was conducted in the Ethnic Community of Kampung Cireundeu, Cimahi...
Proceedings Article

Surface Modification of Cucr25 Alloy with Cr Coatings Treated by High Current Pulsed Electron Beam

Zhou Zhiming, Xiao Hongmei, Huang Weijiu, Tu Jian, Chen Yuanfang, Xiao Zhipei, Luo Tianxing, Wang Yaping
CuCr25 alloy samples in this study were coated with Cr and irradiated by high current pulsed electron beam (HCPEB) with intermittently increasing pulse numbers from 1 to 100. The results indicated that with HCPEB treatment, initial Cr particles and coated Cr layer remelted and distributed nonuniformly...
Proceedings Article

Droop control of parallel dual-mode inverters used in micro grid

C.X. Wen, Z.Y. Liu, Z.X. Li
Grid-connected and island control of parallel inverters used in micro grid based on a variety of micro-source were introduced in this paper. Micro-grid in the connected mode should be able to operate automatically with the grid frequency and output high quality electricity in PQ control, and in island...

Demographics of Pediatric Orbital Lesions: A Tertiary Eye Center Experience in Saudi Arabia

Hind Manaa Alkatan, Faisal Al Marek, Sahar Elkhamary
Pages: 3 - 10
Orbital lesions vary in their classification, incidence, and presentation depending on the age and geographic distribution. Such lesions in the pediatric age group have been studied extensively because of the possibility of faster progression of orbital involvement and the higher risk of morbidity in...

Assessing the overuse of antibiotics in children with URTIs in Saudi Arabia: Development of the parental perception on antibiotics scale (PAPA scale)

Arwa Alumran, Xiang-Yu Hou, Cameron Hurst
Pages: 3 - 10
Background: Antibiotic overuse is influenced by several factors that can only be measured using a valid and reliable psychosocial measurement instrument. This study aims to establish translation and early stage validation of an instrument recently developed by this research team to measure factors influencing...

Counselling services in prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) in Delhi, India: An assessment through a modified version of UNICEF-PPTCT tool

Arvind Kumar, Bir Singh, Yadlapalli S. Kusuma
Pages: 3 - 13
The study aims to assess the counselling services provided to prevent mother to child transmission of HIV (PMTCT) under the Indian programme of prevention of parent-to-child transmission of HIV (PPTCT). Five hospitals in Delhi providing PMTCT services were randomly selected. A total of 201 post-test...

Essential Diagnostics: A Key Element of Universal Health Coverage

Madhukar Pai, Mikashmi Kohli
Pages: 3 - 7
Good primary care is an essential precondition for a decent healthcare system. In fact, primary health care is at the heart of Universal Health Coverage (UHC). UHC, in turn, is critical to achieve the sustainable development goals. While access to essential medicines is explicit in UHC, access to essential...

Leadership as an attribute of management style of women from the Silesian Voivodeship

Małgorzata Smolarek, Joanna Dzieńdziora, Magdalena Wróbel
The paper has both theoretical and empirical nature and focuses on the feminine style of management as an important attribute of leadership in an organisation. The aim of the paper is to present diagnosis features the feminine style of management on the example of firms from Silesian Voivodeship. Empirical...

Leading approaches to project management in steering creative projects

Elena Vishnevskaya, Veronika Petrova, Tatiana Varentsova
This paper focuses on the principles of successful interaction of project management in steering and leading creative projects and endeavours. Creative economy and all its prerequisites opened the world of immense opportunities for many businesses and enabled open-minded entrepreneurs to implement their...
Review Article

Quality of Reporting in Human Aortic Tissue Research – A Systematic Review

Ya-Hua Chim, Eva Caamaño-Gutiérrez, Rashmi Birla, Jillian Madine, Mark Field, Riaz Akhtar, Hannah Angharad Davies
Pages: 3 - 10
Ex vivo human tissue is a valuable research resource. However, if vital methodological information such as anatomical location, tissue processing procedures, or donor characteristics are not reported in scientific literature to a high standard, studies utilising ex vivo human tissue can be difficult...

The philosophical and psychological aspects of a phenomenon of leadership in culture

Irina Khmyrova-Pruel, Аlexander Koloskov
This paper is devoted to study of the ontological and existential bases of a phenomenon of leadership in (mostly) Russian culture. The mere existence of the word "leadership" in concept language demonstrates the special status of this phenomenon in culture. Leadership is considered both in the context...
Proceedings Article

Cognitive Architecture Requirements for Achieving AGI

John E. Laird, Robert E. Wray III
We outline eight characteristics of the environments, tasks, and agents important for human-level intelligence. Treating these characteristics as influences on desired agent behavior, we then derive twelve requirements for general cognitive architectures. Cognitive-architecture designs that meet the...
Proceedings Article

Study on the Cultivation of American Civic Cultures in Contemporary China

Yongquan Wang
The introduction of English and American civic cultures to China is beneficial to the development of its traditional cultures, and it is necessary for contemporary China to enhance the cultivation of civic cultures to realize its modernizations. Western civic cultures include citizen awareness, values,...
Short Communication

Assessment of pulse wave velocity

Pierre Boutouyrie, Marie Briet, Cédric Collin, Sebastian Vermeersch, Bruno Pannier
Pages: 3 - 8
Measurement of pulse wave velocity is of increasing importance for assessment of arterial stiffness and risk evaluation. Different techniques are available, based either on pressure, distension or Doppler waveforms. Techniques not only differ by the algorithm used to identify specific part of the pulse...
Proceedings Article

Detection of Verocytotoxygenic Escherichia coli (VTEC) from Brilliant Green Lactose Bilebroth (BGLB) by Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)

Yatri Drastini, Rini Widayanti, Winda Ayuningtyas
Verocytotoxygenic Escherichia coli (VTEC) is pathogenic bacteria for human and associated with dairy milk and dairy farm environment. VTEC isolation were carried out by inoculating in BGLB as enrichment media and then specified in Eosin Methylene Blue (EMB) agar. This study aim to identify VTEC isolated...
Conference Abstract

P1.3 A NEW DYNAMIC ORGAN BATH SETUP TO ASSESS ISOBARIC STIFFNESS PARAMETERS OF PERIODICALLY STRETCHED ISOLATED MOUSE AORTIC SEGMENTS

Arthur J.A. Leloup*, Cor E. Van Hove, Guido R.Y. De Meyer, Dorien M. Schrijvers, Gilles W. De Keulenaer, Paul Fransen
Pages: 3 - 4
Cyclic stretch is a major contributor of vascular function. However, isolated mouse aortas are frequently studied at low stretch frequency or even isometric conditions. Pacing experiments done in rodents and humans show that arterial compliance is highly cyclic stretch frequency-dependent. The Rodent...

Indonesian Government Policy and The Importance of Protection Cultural Heritage for National Identity

Dewi M Djukardi, I Gusti Ayu Ketut Rachmi, Endang Sumiarni
The background of this research is the diversity of cultures in Indonesian Government, cultural heritage including tangible, and not physical (intangible) which occurs because of the long journey of the history of the Indonesian people. and is very important in shaping the values ​​and pride of the nation...

Youth Policy and Motivation of the Future Leaders

Yulia Gruzina, Irina Firsova, Marina Melnichuk
In the process of youth policy development, the main issue that deals with the area of young people motivation is the inclusion of young people in innovative ventures and research and development processes happening not only in the country but also in the world. As modern society challenges young people,...
Proceedings Article

Development Module of Sport Sociology on KKNI Curriculum

M. Irfan, Sabarudin Yunis Bangun, Budi Valianto
The provision of teaching materials in the Sociology of Sports course is the first step to creating an KKNI space in the lecture according to the course being lectured. Development of Sports Sociology teaching materials at the Faculty of Sport Science (FIK) Unimed was compiled based on inadequate lecture...
Review Article

The Many Faces of Cytokine Release Syndrome-Related Coagulopathy

Jiasheng Wang, John Doran
Pages: 3 - 12
Cytokine release syndrome (CRS) has been increasingly recognized in various conditions including the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). It is not only associated with systemic inflammatory symptoms, but also hematological complications such as coagulopathy. CRS can affect various components of the...
Review Article

Deep Visual Analytics (DVA): Applications, Challenges and Future Directions

Md Rafiqul Islam, Shanjita Akter, Md Rakybuzzaman Ratan, Abu Raihan M. Kamal, Guandong Xu
Pages: 3 - 17
Visual interactive system (VIS) has been received significant attention for solving various complex problems. However, designing and implementing a novel VIS with the large scale of data is a challenging task. While existing studies have applied various visual analytics (VA) to analyze and visualize...
Conference Abstract

P1.2 NANOMECHANICAL ALTERATIONS IN THE ADVENTITIAL LAYER OF THE INTERNAL MAMMARY ARTERY OF PATIENTS WITH HIGH PWV

Zhuo Chang, Maria Lyck Hansen, Lars Melholt Rasmussen, Riaz Akhtar*
Pages: 3 - 3
Aim: Arterial stiffening occurs as part of the natural ageing process, and is thought to be related to the accumulation of collagen and degradation of elastin. However, little is known about how regional variations in arterial structure and mechanical properties contribute to arterial stiffening. This...
Proceedings Article

Biofilm Detachment and Its Implication in Spreading Biofilm-Related Infections

Akshat Gupta, Anmol Srivastava, Vishnu Agarwal
Biofilms are a community of microorganisms formed on both abiotic and biotic surfaces. These colonies play a vital role in the virulent life cycle of bacteria. Bacteria communicate intrinsically and extrinsically to grow and eventually disperse their virulent factors, ultimately leading to diseases....
Proceedings Article

Antioxidant Activity of Peel Off Mask Preparation with Green Apple (Malus domesticus) Juice and Ultrasonic Extraction

Rini Tri Hastuti, Regia Desty Rakhmayanti
Apple is a plant that has the potential of antioxidant activity. Apples contain antioxidants which are good for skin health. Green apples contain lots of vitamins, such as vitamins A, B, C, minerals, and fiber. Green apple containing phytochemical compounds in the form of catechins, epichatechins, ploridzin,...
Proceedings Article

Short-Term Performance of the Probability-Based Universal Portfolio

Sook Theng Pang, How Hui Liew, Jia Lin Neoh
Universal portfolio is an investment strategy that produced an efficient performance in the stock market. Two universal portfolios generated by probability distribution, namely multinomial distribution universal portfolio and multivariate normal distribution universal portfolio are selected in this study....

Preserving Traditional Balinese Wedding Attire Through Make-Up and Pre-Wedding Photos

Luh Putu Sri Ariyani, Tuty Maryati, Anantawikrama Tungga Atmadja
This study aims to obtain knowledge about cultural preservation through the use of traditional attire in Balinese weddings. In Balinese wedding rituals, the selection of traditional attire types has been used starting from the procession of making pre-wedding photos to the implementation of the wedding...

Mapping Quality Digital Journalism

Research Trends and Pending Challenges in the Age of Hi-Tech

Rubén Rivas-de-Roca
Quality is a priority concept of journalism that connects with the social function of the press. The achievement of quality would ensure a proper work of the media. Technology is driving journalism today; hence, this purpose of excellence requires new common parameters that allow its assessment, especially...

Comparative Study of Emotional Metaphor in Persian and English as a Human Conceptual Framework in Cultural Anthropology

Sara Tabatabaei, Elena Anatolievna Ivanova
Language is a manifestation of the imaginary system of the mind and the metaphors used in the language reflect our intellectual infrastructure. Understanding the metaphor and its cultural and sensory status is very useful in recognizing and understanding language and communication. One of the important...

Implementation of the Announcement of the Identity of Sexual Violence Against Children

Beniharmoni Harefa, Feren Nabilla, Supardi
According to data from the Online Information System for the Protection of Women and Minors for the 2020 timeframe, there were 5,640 reported cases of sexual abuse of children. The government has set out Government Regulation Number 70 of 2020 for the implementation of increased criminal sanctions for...
Proceedings Article

Fault-Tolerant Control for Five-Phase Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Servo System Based on Topological Reconstruction

Jiwen Han, Hongzhou Song, Yinan Liu, Xiaqing Pei, Zaiping Zheng, Weiqi Liu
Motors are required to possess the capacity to deal with sudden failure in the occasion where reliability are highly required, such as aerospace, more-electric aircraft, all-electric ship propelling and new energy automobile. In other words, motors should keep working for some time instead of shutting...
Proceedings Article

Vegetable Farmers and Social Innovations in Food Estate Development Areas

Collaborative Arrangements in Humbang Hasundutan, North Sumatera, Indonesia

Idha Widi Arsanti, Acep Hariri
Vegetable farmers in food estate areas of Humbang Hasundutan are seeking new types of collaborations and economic opportunities in the new adaptation era. Market opportunities, however, have incurred demanding environmental, financial and labour requirements, and created trade-offs between expanding...

The Impact of Money Politics to the Indonesian Democratic System: With Special Reference to South Kalimantan Governor Election 2020

Iwan Satriawan, Firdausy Shabrina Ramadhani
Money politics is a terrifying scourge for Indonesia’s democratic process. Politics and Money are two distinct groups that cannot be separated. Money politics practice has been undertaken since the first general election, so everyone must be aware of them. Money politics started from the election of...

Revitalization of Strengthening Character Education Limited Face to Face Learning During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Nur Aini, Marzuki
The paper aims to describe revitalization of strengthening character education limited face to face learning during the covid-19 pandemic. It was conducted at SMA Maarif NU Pandaan, Pasuruan Regency, East Java with qualitative approach and descriptive research type. The research subjects were Principal,...
Proceedings Article

ANFIS Based MPPT Design for Rooftop Solar Panels Connected to Single Phase Power Grid

I. Made Ari Nrartha, I. Made Ginarsa, Agung Budi Muljono, Ida Ayu Sri Adnyani, Sultan Sultan
The Indonesian government targets Indonesia to have zero emission energy by 2050. Solar energy is one solution to this target. The issuance of the Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Regulation Number 26 of 2021 concerning Rooftop Solar Power Plants opens up opportunities for increasing the capacity...

Perspectives of Elite Indonesian Athletes About Their Family: Evidence from a Qualitative Study

Kurniati Rahayuni
Family support, especially from the parents, was important as a coping and motivation in paving an athletic career for Indonesian elite athletes. In this qualitative study, 37 elite Indonesian athletes involved in a national training program and nine sport practitioners who worked with them were interviewed....
Proceedings Article

Antifungal Activity of Buni Fruit (Antidesma Bunius L.) Against Malassezia Furfur: In Vitro Study with Disc Diffusion Method

Dara Ugi Aras, Mochammad Hatta, Suryani Tawali, Rezki Ainun Jariah
Pityriasis versicolor, also known as tinea versicolor, is the most common fungal skin disease found in Indonesia and is mostly caused by the Malassezia furfur. In herbal medicine, one of the natural products is Buni fruit which has active compounds such as tannins, saponins, flavonoids, phenols, and...
Proceedings Article

Go-Food Sentiment Analysis Using Twitter Data, Compared the Performance of the Random Forest Algorithm with That of the Linear Support Vector Classifier

Muhammad Abdullah Hadi, Nizirwan Anwar, Budi Tjahjono, Lina, Binastya Anggara Sekti, Yunita Fauzi Achmad, Yulhendri
As a generalization, many modern consumers now favor using one of the many available e-commerce websites to do their shopping. Customers can save time and energy by shopping online instead of going out to physical stores because they can do so whenever they like, from wherever they like. Eighty percent...

Healing Tourism as the “New Normal” in Tourism Industry: Through Expert’s Perspective

Vuong Le Hong, Liwei Hsu
The rare recent studies illustrated that healing tourism is considered a post-Covid product based on nature, and most studies focus on Korea. However, there is a lack of solid theories. This research examined the fundamental theories for healing tourism as critical terms, definition, market, and related...

Self-Control and Procrastination during the Covid-19 Pandemic

Thoyyibatus Sarirah, Dian Dorma Sari Sihombing
Education in Indonesia, both formal and non-formal, all used online learning during the Covid-19 pandemic. Students who take online learning feel bored with monotonous learning activities, have difficulty understanding the subject matter, feel less able to manage time, feel less able to regulate themselves...
Proceedings Article

Study on the Influence of Emission on Enterprise's Carbon Emission Reduction Decisions Considering Public Participation

Jing Xue, Haixia Gui
Public participation in the carbon emission reduction is an important part of the construction of social ecological civilization, which has a significant impact on enterprise decision-making. At the same time, enterprises decisionmaking is also affected by the emotion of the carbon emission reduction....

Analysis of Conflict Interpersonal Communication of The State Court and Land Owner in The Process of Rail Way Land Compensation in Pangkep Regency

Angel Aprilia Yomir, Tuti Bahfiarti, Muhammad Farid
The central government with its national project, carried out the construction of the Trans Sulawesi railway. The Trans Sulawesi railway project connects the city of Makassar and the city of Parepare. Pangkep, one of the regencies through which the trans Sulawesi railway development project has passed....
Proceedings Article

Analysis of Chat Application Acceptance as a Means of Communication and Discussion of Schools and Parents on the Learning Process at School

Ardhini Warih Utami, Dwi Fatrianto Suyatno
Education in Indonesia continues to run during the Covid-19 pandemic. During the pandemic, learning was carried out online. The success of online learning during the pandemic is supported by interactions between the school (teachers) and parents. The form of interaction in question is communication and...
Proceedings Article

Construction Engineering Quality Traceability Management Method Based on Block Chain Technology

Jing Li, Xu Li, Zhuo-qun Zhang
In the construction industry, the construction engineering quality traceability management method is affected by the occupation area and other factors, its disclosure efficiency is low, design a construction engineering quality traceability management method. According to the organization theory of the...
Proceedings Article

Designing User Interface for an Elderly-Muslim-Friendly Mobile Application

Abg-Nazmi-Syahirul Abg-Jasmani, Zarina Che-Embi, Aziah Ali, Noramiza Hashim, Shahbe M-Desa
There are many mobile applications that are used in the daily lives of Muslims to fulfill their obligations and Islamic lifestyle. However, the user interface of most of these mobile applications has been found to have certain issues with elderly users, in other words, not elderly-friendly. The usability...
Proceedings Article

The Application of Huffman Coding Thinking in the Selection of Vocational Education Skills Competition

Jinghua Si
Vocational education in the new era is gradually entering a stage of high-quality development. The social influence of skill competitions is growing, and it has become a bright brand of national vocational education. The skills competition has a guiding, benchmarking and catalytic effect on vocational...