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Report
Updated of the 9th ASEAN ST Week
(9th ASTW)
Bogor, Indonesia, 18-27 August 2014
Chapter 1.1. About ASTW
The ASEAN S&T Week is a flagship project of
the ASEAN COST
 in order to showcase major
achievements and potential of S&T
generated both in ASEAN Member
Countries and Dialogue Partners, relevant
to the rapidly increasing needs of the
public and private sectors, in light of the
region’s goal of achieving a knowledgebased economy.
Chapter 1.2. About ASTW
• The ASTW is an important event of the ASEAN COST and it is conducted triennially
on a rotational basis amongst ASEAN Member Countries;
• The ASTW has the main purpose of promoting of S&T Development in Southeast
Asian Countries.
• In addition, it is expected that this forum will open windows of opportunities for
scientists, technologists, researchers, academicians, government officials,
practitioners and private sectors, to interact and to promote networking, as well
as to expand their S&T cooperation;
• In an effort to promote the interfacing of the private sector and the ASEAN S&T
community, Member Countries are advised to bring their private sectors to show
case one or two of their products during the ASTW;
• With a theme of “Innovations from the most dynamic region to earth”, the 9th
ASTW will be celebrated in conjunction with the 19th National Awakening
Technology Days (HAKTEKNAS) of the Republic of Indonesia”.
Chapter 2.1. 9th ASTW Programs
4th ASEAN
Science Congress
and Sub
Committee
Conferences
(18-19 August
2014)
ASEAN Flagships
Workshops, ABAPAST,
ABASF and SCIRD
Meetings
(20-21 August 2014);
Bibliometrics
Workshop & SUSTAIN
EU-ASEAN cluster
meetings (20 August
2014)
The 68th ASEAN
COST Meeting,
ASEAN COST +
Dialogue Partners
meetings
(22-24 August 2014)
ASEAN STI Exhibition
(22-25 August 2014)
Chapter 2.1. 9th ASTW Programs
8th IAMMST and
awarding of ASEAN ST
AWARDS in Ministerial
Gala Dinner
(August 25)
ASEAN STI Exhibition
(22-25 August 2014)
ASEAN Young
Scientists Training
(ASEAN- CRDF Global
on Journal Writing)
and
ASEAN– IIASA Joint
Activity
(August 26)
ASTW – APEC PPSTI Joint
Activity,
ASTW - FEALAC Joint
Activity,
ASEAN Regional Initiative
on Biosecurity, S&T and
the Biological Weapons
Convention
(August 27)
Chapter 2.2. Venue
IPB International Convention Center
Chapter 2.3. Proposed Hotels for
Accommodations
2.3.1. Novotel Hotel Bogor
Reservations & Rates
Novotel Bogor Golf Resort & Convention
Center
Golf Estate Bogor Raya, Bogor 16710, West
Java, Indonesia
Tel: +62 251 8271 555 Fax: +62 251 8271 333
E-mail: [email protected]
2.3.2. Hotel Santika Bogor
Contact Us
Hotel Santika Bogor
Botani Square, Jalan Raya Padjadjaran
Bogor 16127 - INDONESIA
Phone : (62-251) 8400707
Fax : (62-251) 8400706
Email :
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
2.3.3. Hotel Salak Heritage Bogor
Contact Us
Head Office - Hotel Area
Hotel Salak The Heritage
Jl. Ir. H. Juanda No. 8
Bogor 16121 - Indonesia
Tel. +62 251 - 8373 111
Fax. +62 251 - 8374 111
2.4. ASEAN STI Exhibition IPB Convention
Center – Botani Square Mall
2.5.1. The 4th ASEAN Science Congress
and Conferences, 18-19 August 2014
Objectives:
• To enhance awareness of ASEAN Scientists and community to the
importance of science, technology and innovation; to encourage
ASEAN Competitiveness and to support economic growth within
ASEAN Member Countries.
• To encourage interaction, networking, partnership and regional
cooperation among participants, especially the young ones! from
ASEAN Countries and their counter parts from International S&T
Community as well as from private sectors,
• To promote technology transaction (among others including
technology transfer) between ASEAN Scientists and or their
regional/International counterparts from S&T Community and private
sectors;
2.5.2. The 4th ASEAN Science Congress
and Conferences, 18-19 August 2014
• To provide scientific forum for the promotion of relevant fields of
S&T cooperation within ASEAN regions and to open opportunity to
expand the cooperation into International level;
• To promote S&T culture-based-community within ASEAN Countries,
with special attention to increase S&T awareness among ASEAN
young generation;
• To accelerate the development of S&T expertise and manpower
resources in ASEAN.
• Contact persons: Ruben Silitonga ([email protected]), Annisa
Pranowo ([email protected]); Nur Tri ([email protected]);
Prof. Estiko Rijanto: ([email protected]); [email protected]
2.6.1 Proposed Flagship Program SCIRD,
ABAPAST, ABASF Meetings
One day for Flagship Program Meetings (tbc)
 Early Warning System and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) & Climate Change with
Sub Committee on Meteorology and Geophysic (SCMG);
 Biofuel with SC on Non Conventional Energy Resources)
 Open Source Software (RISTEK and KOMINFO) with SC on Microelectronic and IT =
SCMIT)
 Health with SC on Biotechnology (SCB)
 Functional Food with SC on Food Science and Technology (SCFST)
One day for ABAPAST, ABASF, SCIRD Meeting
 Contact Points:
 All lead countries of ASEAN Flagship Programs
 Ruben Silitonga, [email protected]; Annisa Pranowo, [email protected]
 PIC ABAPAST, ABASF, SCIRD Chairpersons:
 Nada Marsudi ([email protected]) and Sri Setiawati ([email protected])
2.6.2 Bibliometrics Workshop, 20 August 2014
Goals:
• to provide ASEAN STI policy decision-makers with data on ASEAN research output and
ASEAN research collaboration (within and outside of the region);
• to qualitatively interpret and contextualise quantitative evidence collected by the SEA-EUNET project in the framework of its analytical activities.
Tentative agenda:
• The agenda will include the following elements:
• Presentation of study methodology
• Presentation of results
• Interactive discussions of regional, country and thematic results
• Wrap-up discussions: conclusions drawn, lessons learned
 Contact Points:
Alexander Degelsegger / Florian Gruber / Dietmar Lampert
[email protected] / [email protected] / [email protected]
Centre for Social Innovation, Vienna
2.6.3 SUSTAIN EU-ASEAN cluster meetings, 20
August 2014
Goals:
• Link relevant climate action, raw materials and resource efficiency research projects,
platforms and initiatives from ASEAN and the EU
• Communicate their work and relevant results to policy-makers (as they are potentially
benefitting from these results)
Tentative agenda:
• Introduction to SUSTAIN and the clustering process
• Presentation of the work done so far and of the project selection
• Presentation of the projects
• Presentation and discussion of potential synergies and benefits from networking
• Discussion of services SUSTAIN can provide to research projects in the cluster
 Contact Points:
Oliver Lah / Dao Manh Thang / Alexander Degelsegger
[email protected] / [email protected] / [email protected]
Wuppertal Institute, Germany / Centre for Social Innovation, Vienna
2.7. The 68th ASEAN COST, ASEAN + Dialogue
Partners, (22-24 August 2014),
8th IAMMST (25 August 2014
•
•
•
•
The 68th ASEAN COST Meeting, 22-23 August 2014
ASEAN COST + Dialogue meeting, 24 August 2014
The 8th Informal ASEAN Ministerial Meeting on S&T
(8th IAMMST) and Ministerial Gala Dinner, 25 August
2014
Contact Points:
 ASEAN Secretariat: Dr. Alexander Liem ([email protected];
[email protected])
 Nada DS Marsudi, emails: [email protected]; [email protected];
[email protected]
2.8. ASEAN Young Scientists Training (ASEANCRDF Global on Journal Writing and
ASEAN– IIASA Joint Activity, 26 August 2014
•
ASEAN Young Scientists Training
Training for ASEAN Scientists below 35 years old
The theme: ‘Journal Writing Workshop’, under collaboration with US CRDF Global.
•
ASEAN – IIASA
The session would focus on: 1) Introducing Applied Systems Analysis and its role in
supporting policy making for complex challenges, 2) Sharing Indonesia’s experience
in applying systems analysis to address national challenges, 3) Sharing experience
and challenges faced by ASEAN and neighbouring countries that would require
systems approach to address.
•
Contact Points:
 ASEAN Young Scientists Training : Mr. Ruben Silitonga ([email protected]); Ms. Annisa
Pranowo ([email protected])
 ASEAN – IIASA : Ms. Tri Sundari ([email protected])
2.9.1 ASTW – APEC PPSTI Joint Activity &
ASTW - FEALAC Joint Activity
•
ASTW – APEC PPSTI Joint Activity (Workshop on the bioelectricity and biofuel
generated from the unused biomass)
Objectives:
1. Promoting cooperation of industry, academia and government on utilisation of unused biomass inter
APEC member.
2. To enhance knowledge sharing among APEC economies, which facilitates dissemination of sustainable
bioelectricity and biofuel technologies and their commercial application, through a steering
committee meeting and a forum.
3. Strengtehn the networking on bioelectricity and biofuel from unused biomasses among the APEC
member
4. Public education on bioelectricity and biofuel from unused biomasses among the APEC member
•
ASTW – FEALAC Joint Activity
International Workshop on ‘SUSTAINABLE ENERGY INITIATIVE: CURRENT STATUS AND POTENTIAL COOPERATION
BETWEEN EAST ASIA AND LATIN AMERICA’
Contact Points:
 ASTW – APEC PPSTI Joint Activity: Ms. Tiomega Gultom ([email protected]); Ms. Arie Ika
Susanty ([email protected]); Ms. Dinny Afifi Elfinur ([email protected])
 ASTW – FEALAC Joint Activity: Ms. Herlina Hadisetiawati ([email protected])
2.9.2 ASEAN Regional Initiative on Biosecurity,
S&T and the Biological Weapons Convention
Aims:
1.
2.
3.
raising awareness for biosecurity issues in relevant institutions, academies of science
and industries in the ASEAN states as well as in the relevant policy departments in
government;
presenting methods and experience for education and awareness raising;
bringing together involved parties from science, industry and government to discuss the
necessity and/or possibility of organizing further activities regarding biosecurity in
ASEAN states.
The program will be organized by:
•
•
•
•
The Indonesian Academy of Sciences (AIPI) in cooperation with
The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) and
The National Academies of Science (NAS, United States)
Furthermore cooperation will be sought with the Thai and Malaysian Academies of
Science.
Contact Points:
Mr. Rudie Trienes [[email protected]]
2.10.1. UPDATING OF ASEAN ST AWARDS
Objectives
• To acknowledge the achievements and contribution rendered by
scientist and technologies in the region;
• To give them incentives to reach for further success; to provide
younger scientists with inspiration to reach their fullest potentials; to
show the general public especially the youth concrete examples of
successful careers in science; and
• To encourage the capacities of them in developing the applying the
S&T in the forms of publications and patents.
 Awarding ceremony: 25 August 2014 – during ASEAN Ministerial
Gala Dinner
 Contact person: Tiomega Gultom ([email protected]) Arie Ika
([email protected]) and Dinny Afifi ([email protected])
2.10.2. Four types of ASEAN ST awards
1. The ASEAN Young Scientist and Technologist Award
(AYSTA), 35 years and above, Prize: USD 10,000 from
ASF
2. The ASEAN Outstanding Scientist and Technologist
Award (AOSTA), Prize: USD 15,000 from ASF
3. The ASEAN Meritorious Service Awards (AMSA) for 10
people
4. The ASEAN – U.S. Science Prize for Women in the
field of water quality research, Prize: USD 25,000
from US
Online Registration will be available in the first week
of July 2014
www.astw2014.org
THANK YOU!

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