Overview

The International Symposium on Marine and Fisheries Research (ISMFR) is a biannual symposium held by the Department of Fisheries, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Indonesia. This symposium is expected to be the primary focal assembly to share research outcomes and discussions on the role of fisheries and marine scientists in sustaining ocean ecosystems. The 1st ISMFR 2015 has been conducted successfully and attracted 93 participants, with keynote speakers from Australia, France, Japan, Korea, and Thailand.

The Department of Fisheries UGM is now pleased to announce that the 2nd International Symposium on Marine and Fisheries Research 2017 will be held in Yogyakarta, Indonesia from 24-25 July 2017. The symposium will consist of different emerging topics in fisheries and marine sciences. English will be the official language for the symposium. Abstract and full paper should be submitted in English and will be peer-reviewed based on its originality and quality by the scientific committee. Participation will be encouraged from the broadest possible range of groups from academia, government institution, and industry.

Scientific Committee

Alim Isnansetyo
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Anindya Wirasatriya
Diponegoro University, Indonesia

Djumanto
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Eko Setyobudi
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Indah Istiqomah
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Jeong-Ho Kim
Gangneung-Wonju National University, Republic of Korea

Mark Tamplin
University of Tasmania, Australia

Murwantoko
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Nurfitri Ekantari
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Paul McShane
Monash University, Australia

Riza Yuliratno Setiawan
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Siti Ari Budhiyanti
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Susumu Ohtsuka
Hiroshima University, Japan

Amir Husni
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Caleb Gardner
University of Tasmania, Australia

Donghwa Chung
Seoul National University, Korea

Ella Meilianda
Syiah Kuala University, Indonesia

Indun Dewi Puspita
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Munasik
Diponegoro University, Indonesia

Noranizan Mohd. Adzahan
Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

Ocky Karna Radjasa
Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia

Ratih Ida Adharini
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Rustadi
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Suadi
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Ustadi
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Download Flyer: ISMFR 2017 Poster (1550 downloads) (updated: 30 January 2017 @ 8:00 AM Western Indonesian Time)

Speakers

Prof. Chris G. Carter

Prof. Chris G. Carter

Professor Chris Carter is Head of the Fisheries and Aquaculture Centre and Professor of Aquaculture Nutrition at the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS), University of Tasmania. His main interest is building sustainable aquaculture and fisheries through research and education. Following a PhD in fish nutritional energetics on grass carp at Kings College London he completed research fellowships on fish protein metabolism and on sustainable aquafeeds at the University of Aberdeen. He has been involved in Australasian aquaculture since moving to Tasmania in 1994 and works with colleagues across the Asia Pacific region including Indonesia, Malaysia and China. His current research is focused on environment change impacts on the nutrition and physiology of aquatic ectotherms, developing sustainable aquafeeds, aquaculture systems and new aquaculture for rock lobster.

Prof. Ocky Karna Radjasa, Ph.D

Prof. Ocky Karna Radjasa, Ph.D

Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia

Ocky Karna Radjasa is a professor of Marine Microbiology at the Diponegoro University of Semarang, Indonesia. Radjasa obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in environmental science from the Soedirman University, Purwokerto, Indonesia. After graduation, he joined the Department of Marine Sciences, Diponegoro University as a Junior Assistant Lecturer and went to the McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada and obtained his M.Sc in Biology in 1994. He joined Ocean Research Institute (ORI), the University of Tokyo, and received a Ph.D in Aquatic Biosciences in 2001.

He then received a DAAD postdoctoral fellowship in Institute of Chemistry and Biology of Marine environment (ICBM), University of Oldenburg in 2002. In 2004, Radjasa joined GEOMAR – Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel as a Humboldt fellow, until he returned to Indonesia in 2005 and took a helm as the Director of Center of Tropical Coastal and Marine Studies, Diponegoro University until 2009. Radjasa was project leader of Microbiology at Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology in Jakarta and established a research group in marine microbiology. In 2011, Radjasa got his full professorship from the Department of Marine Sciences, Diponegoro University. Radjasa received a prestigous Cipta Lestari Award from Indonesian Biodiversity Foundation (KEHATI) in 2006 and a Biovision Catalyzer award from Biovision World Life Science Forum in March 2013 in Lyon, France. He was also the grantee of Collaborative Development Award (CDA), British Higher Comission Singapore, British Council in 2013. Currently Radjasa serves as the Director of Research and Community Services of the Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education as well as Governing Board Member of SEAMEAO-SEARCA. Manila of the Philippines.

 

Prof. Susumu Ohtsuka

Prof. Susumu Ohtsuka

Hiroshima University, Japan

Prof. Susumu Ohtsuka is currently a professor at the Setouchi Field Science Center, Graduate School of Biosphere Science, Hiroshima University, Japan. His specialities are marine planktology, marine parasitology, systematics, phylogeny and ecology of copepod. He intensively studies interaction and diversity of marine zooplankters and symbions. Recently, he actively published original research articles and books on copepod and marine protists .He has been working on (1) morphological and molecular phylogeny and evolution of planktonic and parasitic copepods; (2) interactions between large-sized jellyfish and their symbionts; (3) fisheries of edible zooplanktoners such as shrimps, mysids and jellyfish in Asian countries; (4) taxonomic and ecological studies on alien planktonic and benthic organisms; (5) life cycle of copepods infecting fish; (6) molecular mechanism of host-specificity of parasitic copepods. He got a zoological science award from the Zoological Society of Japan. Prof. Ohtsuka got a Master of Science from the Kyoto University and a Doctor of Agriculture from the University of Tokyo, Japan.

Dr. Ichiro Nomura

Dr. Ichiro Nomura

Fisheries Policy Advisor of the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Republic of Indonesia

Mr. Ichiro Nomura is currently a Fisheries Policy Advisor of the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Republic of Indonesia. Before coming to Jakarta he was a Senior Principal Research Fellow at the Ocean Alliance of the University of Tokyo for 2011-2012. Mr Nomura held, from April 2000 to August 2010, the position of Assistant Director-General and head of the Fisheries and Aquaculture Department of FAO in Rome, where he was  responsible for all programs and activities related to the development of policies, strategies and guidelines as well as the provision of technical services to FAO members concerning management, economics and policy, information and statistics, products and industry, conservation, emergency and rehabilitation activities in the field of fisheries and aquaculture, through an FAO statutory body – the Committee on Fisheries – and also for promoting and supporting the implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries and its related instruments. Before coming to FAO, he had held various responsible positions in the Fisheries Agency of the Japanese Government for more than 25 years and is well known in various international fisheries fora, including the FAO Compliance Agreement negotiation, the UN Fish Stocks Agreement negotiation, etc. He also served as Chairman of the OECD Committee for Fisheries and Chairman of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tuna. Mr. Nomura holds a Master of Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, USA, and a Master of Public Administration from the John. F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, USA.

Prof. Caleb Gardner

Prof. Caleb Gardner

IMAS, University of Tasmania, Australia

Professor Caleb Gardner is a Fisheries Scientist and Acting Director of Sustainable Marine Research. He has worked in a range of positions at UTAS including as the program leader for fisheries and currently as Interim Director of the ‘SMRCA’, which is the partnership agreement between the Tasmanian Government and UTAS for research services. His research is mainly on high value invertebrate fisheries such as southern rock lobster and abalone. He has qualifications in both economics and biology, which interact in his research on commercial fisheries. His research on wild fisheries species generally have the objective of ensuring sustainable production and community benefit from Australia’s fisheries. This has included the increased use of bioeconomic models in coastal fisheries for setting catches and assessing other regulations such as managing coastal fishing in Tasmania including for making decisions such as setting the total allowable catch (quotas), size limits, and seasons.

Dr. Paul McShane

Dr. Paul McShane

Monash University, Australia

Dr. Paul McShane is Principal of Global Marine Resource Management Pty Ltd, an international consulting company specialising in sustainable marine resource management. He is also an adjunct Research Fellow with the Faculty of Arts, Monash University. Before this, Dr McShane was Chief Research Officer of the Monash Sustainability Institute, Monash University. With post graduate qualifications in science and business Dr McShane has held senior research management positions in Australia and in New Zealand. Further to this, he has worked extensively in Asia providing advice to governments on sustainable development of marine resources.  In previous roles, Dr McShane was Director of the Australian Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, Director of Australian Marine Science and Technology Ltd (AMSAT), Vice President (international and development) and Professor of Marine Science at the Australian Maritime College, research manager SARDI Aquatic Sciences, and program leader at the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (New Zealand).

Dr. Ingrid van Putten

Dr. Ingrid van Putten

CSIRO, Australia

I am a research scientist in Oceans and Atmosphere at CSIRO in Hobart and Adjunct Senior Researcher with the Centre for Marine Socio-Ecology (CMS) in the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) at the University of Tasmania.  My main research focus is modelling economic, social, and cultural factors that influence the way resource users interact with the marine environment.  More broadly speaking, I seek to model social and economic behaviours of marine resource users and their interactions with the biophysical marine environment with the aim of find solutions for improving management of fisheries and other marine sectors. I have investigated behavioural incentives and management approaches that minimise unintended consequences. Aside from modelling related projects, I have worked on a wide range of fisheries issues such as optimising the use of bycatch, quota trading and industry development, and supply chain analysis. I have an interest in the management of coastal resources and the development of stakeholder inclusive engagement methods.

Dr. Murwantoko

Dr. Murwantoko

Department of Fisheries, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Mr. Murwantoko gained his doctoral degree from the Nara Institute of Science and Technology in 2004. His expertise is in the field of molecular biology. He leads research in diverse areas with emphasis on the application of biotechnology for fish health management. His research field encompasses development of molecular approach for disease detection in fish (viral, bacterial, and parasites), development of vaccine for shrimp and grouper, and determination of fish disease distribution. He has established an international research collaboration with the University of Sydney under the ACIAR project on determinants for WSD outbreaks in Indonesian smallholder shrimp ponds – a pilot study of both locality factors, WSSV genotype distributions and pond factors (2010-2011). Recently he has involved in an international research collaboration with the University of Sydney under the ACIAR project on improving fish health management and production protocols in marine finfish aquaculture in Indonesia and Australia (2013-present).

Prof. Jeong-Ho Kim

Prof. Jeong-Ho Kim

Gangneung-Wonju National University, Republic of Korea

Prof. Jeong-Ho Kim is currently a professor at Laboratory of Aquatic Life Medicine, and now he is also acting as a head of the Department of Marine Bioscience, Gangneung-Wonju National University, Republic of Korea. He has been working in researches focusing on the diagnosis of infectious fish diseases and epidemiology of fish parasites. He has been actively publishing articles related to microbial diseases and parasites of marine fish in Korea.  Prof.  Kim has been working as a project leader for several research projects regarding impact of environmental changes on microorganisms and infectious disease prevalence of marine fish funded by Korean government.

Dr. Sung Sam Kim

Dr. Sung Sam Kim

CJ Cheiljedang, Republic of Korea

Dr. Sung-Sam Kim is the Director of the Aqua R&D – CJ Cheil Jedang Feed Semarang, Indonesia. Dr. Kim obtained his doctoral degree from the Jeju National University, Korea. He was a visiting researcher at the Hagerman Fish Culture Institute, University of Idaho, USA and a senior researcher at the CJ CheilJedang Feed, Feed and Livestock Research Institute, Incheon, Korea. His expertise covers fish feed and nutrition. He worked mainly on the fish requirement of dietary essential amino acid and effect of various dietary supplementation for fish growth, blood profile, feed utilization, body composition and protein digestibility. Also, he studied the dietary macroalgae and microalgae as an antibiotic replacer or enhancer for fish innate immune and disease resistance.

Prof. Donghwa Chung

Prof. Donghwa Chung

Seoul National University, Republic of Korea

Donghwa Chung is a Professor at the Laboratory of Food Biopolymers and Colloids of the Graduate School of International Agricultural Technology, Seoul National University. He is also the Head of the Office of Business and Academic Cooperation of the Institutes of Green Bio Science and Technology, Seoul National University. His research interest is to control and engineer biopolymer-stabilized food colloid structures, such as emulsions, foams, gels, and particles, in order to develop smart food processing principles and technologies enabling effective delivery of bio- and structure-functionalities to food systems. Many interesting marine biopolymers, including fish gelatin, alginate, agar, k-carrageenan, and hyaluronic acid, have been studied for their colloidal natures and food applications in his group.

 

Assoc. Prof. Noranizan Mohd. Adzahan

Assoc. Prof. Noranizan Mohd. Adzahan

Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

Dr. Noranizan Mohd. Adzahan is a food technologist by training. She was a Deputy Dean at the Faculty of Food Science and Technology and is a member of various national committees for food standards and regulations. Her research is mainly on food processing focusing on non-thermal processing technologies. Her work on ultraviolet light, food irradiation and pulsed light technology generally has the objective of educating and training food technopreneurs. She has published over 80 scientific papers, 2 patents and several book chapters. She has coached many students, researchers and industry players in product development techniques.Her recent project is on application of non-thermal processing for heritage foods. With the booming Halal industry, she also works on innovating food based on the principles in Halal Science.

Prof. Mark Tamplin

Prof. Mark Tamplin

University of Tasmania, Australia

Mark Tamplin is a Professor of Microbiology, in the Food Safety Centre (FSC) of the University of Tasmania, Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture. The FSC conducts research and training programs in predictive microbiology, supply chain management, risk assessment, and systems biology of food-borne pathogens and spoilage microorganisms. The FSC translates this information into tools used by industry and government to manage safety and quality.

Prior to joining the University of Tasmania, Mark led the USDA-ARS Predictive Microbiology program from 2000-2006. He was also an Associate Professor at the University of Florida from 1990-1999, and researcher with the US FDA from 1987-1990. Mark has held Adjunct appointments at Purdue University, Rutgers University, and the University of Maryland.

He holds a PhD in Medical Sciences, with a speciality in Medical Microbiology & Immunology, from the University of South Florida. His service on committees and panels includes the World Health Organization, Food & Agricultural Organization, US Centers for Disease Control, and three terms on the US National Advisory Committee on Microbiological Criteria for Foods. He is currently serving a 4th term as Fellow with Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ).

Mark is co-founder of the on-line food microbiology database, ComBase (www.combase.cc). Over his career, he has published 120 journal articles, 2 books, 14 book chapters, and his work has been cited 3,500 times.

Call for Papers

Participants are kindly encouraged to contribute to the 2nd ISMFR 2017 through attendance or submission of abstract or full paper describing their original and unpublished research results. A maximum 400 words of abstract should contain the following information: title, authors and affiliation, objectives, materials and methods, results and discussion, and conclusion.

Scientific Topics

Aquaculture
Fish Disease
Fish Genetics
Biotechnology
Oceanography
Seafood Safety
Fisheries Biology
Climate Sciences
Marine Ecotoxicology
Fisheries Management
Marine Natural Products
Fisheries Socio-economics
Seafood Processing Technology
Other related topics are welcomed

All the registered abstracts will be published in a conference book. The full papers will be subjected to peer review by scientific committee and the selected papers will be published in the IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Sciences, an open access proceeding that is indexed in Scopus, ISI Web of Science (Conference Proceedings Citation Index), El Compendex. The authors of selected papers should pay additional cost for publication fee (Rp. 1.000.000 / US $ 100). Please visit https://www.conftool.net/ismfr2017 for online registration, abstract, and full paper submissions.


Please prepare your full-text paper according to the IOP’s Author Guidelines (max. 8 pages/paper). DO NOT SUBMIT DIRECTLY TO IOP Publishing.

Schedule

We offer a special experience during your stay in Yogyakarta in a full-day activities in one-day trip. We will depart from eastparc hotel at 07.00 to the world’s largest Buddhist temple, Borobudur Temple, and you will be amazed by the large ancient worship place built in the year of 824. Surrounded by the mountain, Borobudur Temple offers you a devoted atmosphere with a beautiful scenery. You will find an inspiring story behind the masterpiece of the ancient Mataram Kingdom in Indonesia. Please visit borobudurpark.com for detailed information.

At the lunchtime, we will take you to a unique vegetarian restaurant called JEJAMURAN. This restaurant offers a variation of Indonesian traditional meal that made of Mushroom. Using their own cultivated Mushroom or from the local mushroom farmer in surrounding area, JEJAMURAN provides you an exotic taste of Indonesian cuisine with the healthy benefits from mushroom.

In the afternoon, you will be experiencing a volcano tour (lava tour). The adventure activities in the hillside of Mount Merapi, an active volcano located at the north part of Yogyakarta city. Touring using jeep, we will take you to the former village that was affected by the 2010 Merapi large eruption. Kinahrejo village is one of the area that was severely affected by the pyroclastic flow of 2010 Merapi eruption. Now, Kinahrejo is buried and left us some remnants of car, motorbike, utensils, house and bunker that were affected by the lava flow. We advise you to bring a spare clothes, jackets, hats, umbrellas and raincoats as the weather at the peak of Merapi is unpredictable and some parts of the track going across the river.

 

07.30 – 08.00 Registration and Welcome Drink

08.00 – 08.15 Symposium Opening

08.15 – 10.15 Invited Speaker: Marine Sciences Session

    1. Bioprospecting of microbial symbionts of marine invertebrates for sustainable use of coral reef
      Prof. Ocky Karna Radjasa, Ministry of Research Technology and Higher Education, Indonesia
    2. Symbiotic biology and fisheries of jellyfish in southeastern Asia
      Prof. Susumu Ohtsuka, Hiroshima University, Japan
    3. TBA
      Prof. Chris Carter, University of Tasmania, Australia

10.15 – 10.30 Coffee Break

10.30 – 13.00 Invited Speaker: Fisheries Management Session

    1. Management approaches to increase the community benefit from commercial fisheries
      Prof. Caleb Gardner, IMAS, University of Tasmania, Australia
    2. Australian recreational fisheries and Indonesia small scale fisheries: challenges and similarities
      Dr. Paul McShane, Monash University, Australia
    3. Equipping coastal communities to deal with change in the marine environment
      Dr. Ingrid van Putten, CSIRO, Australia

12.30 – 13.15 Lunch

13.15 – 14.15 Poster Session

14.15 – 15.30 Oral Presentation Session I

15.30 – 15.45 Coffee Break

15.45 – 17.00 Oral Presentation Session II

18.30 – 20.00 Welcome Dinner

07.30 – 08.00 Registration

08.00 – 09.30 Invited Speakers: Aquaculture Session

    1. Emerging Fish Diseases in Indonesia
      Dr. Murwantoko, Department of Fisheries, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia
    2. Anisakid nematodes of marine fishes in Korea: prevalence and their pathogenic potentials
      Prof. Jeong-Ho Kim, Gangneung-Wonju National University, Korea

09.30 – 09.45 Coffee Break

09.45 – 11.45 Invited Speakers: Fish Processing Session

    1. Loving the underloved species through product innovation
      Assoc. Prof. Noranizan Mohd. Adzahan, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
    2. The use of predictive models and sensors for evaluating the safety and quality seafood
      Prof. Mark Lewis Tamplin, University of Tasmania, Australia
    3. Molecular Interactions of Fish Gelatin with Polysaccharides
      Prof. Donghwa Chung, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea

11.45 – 12.30 Lunch

12.30 – 13.45 Oral Presentation Session III

13.45 – 15.00 Oral Presentation IV

15.00 – 15.15 Symposium Closing

15.15 – 16.00 Coffee Break and Certificate Distribution

1. Eastparc Hotel Yogyakarta (Conference Venue)
Jl. Laksda Adisucipto Km 6.5 Seturan, Yogyakarta 55281.
Phone: +62 274 4932000, Fax: +62 274 4932222.
Special room rate for the 2nd ISMFR participant at Eastparc Hotel Yogyakarta:

Room Category Rate/night (nett.)
Deluxe Room Rp. 900.000,-
Premier Room Rp. 1.250.000,-
Junior Suite Rp. 1.700.000,-
Additional Extra bed Rp. 375.000,-
Additional Breakfast Rp. 150.000,-

For special room rate please contact Evilis (cellphone: +62 877 3818 6299 or email: asm@eastparchotel.com)

2. Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta
JI. Laksda Adisucipto No.81 Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 55281
Phone: +62 274 488 488, Fax: +62 274 488 789
3. New Saphire Hotel
Jl. Laksda Adisucipto No.38, 55221 Yogyakarta
Phone: +62 274 566 222/ +62 822 1622 6232, Fax: +62 274 566 220
4. Grand Mercure Yogyakarta
Jl. Laksda Adi Sucipto No. 80, Sleman, 55281  Yogyakarta
Tel : +62 274 2924000, Fax : +62 274 2924400
5. The Victoria Hotel
Jl. Laksda Adisutjipto Km. 5, Sleman, Yogyakarta
Phone: +62 274 4533838, +62 87 88500 3838, +62 888 21002 3838 , +62 8587 8682 888
Fax: +62 274 4533888
6. Yellow Star Hotel-Ambarukmo
Jl. Laksda Adisucipto No.23, Catur Tunggal, 55283 Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Dates and Registration

Abstract Submission : 1 February – 5 May 2017 11 May 2017 11:59:59 PM Western Indonesian Time
Symposium Registration : 1 February – 14 July 2017
Acceptance Notification : 26 May 2017
Full Paper Submission : 27 May – 15 July 2017

Registration Fee

Local
Student
Early Bird
Until 10 June 2017
First Paper
IDR 1.750.000
Additional Paper
IDR 1.250.000
Participant only
IDR 1.750.000
Normal Price
11 June - 14 July 2017
First Paper
IDR 2.250.000
Additional Paper
IDR 1.250.000
Participant only
IDR 2.250.000
Local
Participant
Early Bird
Until 10 June 2017
First Paper
IDR 2.000.000
Additional Paper
IDR 1.500.000
Participant only
IDR 2.000.000
Normal Price
11 June - 14 July 2017
First Paper
IDR 2.500.000
Additional Paper
IDR 1.500.000
Participant only
IDR 2.500.000
International
Student
Early Bird
Until 10 June 2017
First Paper
IDR 2.250.000
Additional Paper
IDR 2.000.000
Participant only
IDR 2.250.000
Normal Price
11 June - 14 July 2017
First Paper
IDR 3.000.000
Additional Paper
IDR 2.000.000
Participant only
IDR 3.000.000
International
Participant
Early Bird
Until 10 June 2017
First Paper
IDR 2.750.000
Additional Paper
IDR 2.000.000
Participant only
IDR 2.750.000
Normal Price
11 June - 14 July 2017
First Paper
IDR 3.500.000
Additional Paper
IDR 2.000.000
Participant only
IDR 3.500.000

* Please send a copy of the bank transfer to ismfr@ugm.ac.id
* We do not accept on-site registration

Venue

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 2nd ISMFR will be held at the Eastparc Hotel

Jalan Laksda Adisucipto KM. 6.5, Caturtunggal, Depok, Yogyakarta 55281, Indonesia
Phone: +62 274 493 2000
Fax: +62 274 493 2222

Map

Contact Us

For more information about the ISMFR 217 please contact the ISMFR Secretariat:

Department of Fisheries
Faculty of Agriculture
Universitas Gadjah Mada
Jalan Flora Gd. A4 Bulaksumur
Yogyakarta 55281
Indonesia

Phone : +62 274 551218
Fax : +62 274 551218
e-mail: ismfr@ugm.ac.id

 

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