The 1st International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Service Science (IESS 2011)
at Solo, 20-22 September, 2011
The 1st International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Service Science (IESS 2011) will be held in September 2011, Surakarta, Indonesia. The conference aims to provide a forum for academics, researchers, and practitioners to exchange ideas and recent developments in the field of Industrial Engineering and Service Science. The conference is also expected to foster networking, collaboration and joint effort among the conference participants to advance the theory and practice as well as to identify major trends in Industrial Engineering and Service Science.
To register to the conference, please fill out the form and send it back to iessconference or fax it to +62-31-5939362. The form can be downloaded in http://www.iess2011.com/Upload/Registration%20Form.doc
Registration fee includes : Flash disk proceeding, program book, souvenir, coffee breaks and lunch, dinner, a day tour (on the 3rd day)
Each author is allowed to submit three papers at maximum.
Additional fee for second and third paper is 75 USD each for international participants, and Rp. 500.000,- for domestic participants.
At the conference, four invited speakers will deliver keynote speeches of different topics as follow:
- Shuo-yan Chou, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
- Topic: Technology – Enabled Services
- Addressing issues on services, IT infrastructure, and services enabled by technology
Purnendu Mandal, Lamar University, Texas – USA
- ERP Implementations in Service Sector: an Industrial Engineering Perspective
Voratas Kachitvichyanukul, Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand
- Topic: Achieving Sustainable Development through the Balance of Manufacturing and Service Industries
- Abstract: Recent popular trend from developed countries is the promotion of service sciences. This is based on the assumption that manufacturing industry is declining and service industry is on the rise and it will be more important in the new millennium and everyone seems to be trying to jump on the band wagon. The talk will review the rises and falls of the manufacturing and service industries in the United States, Japan, and to highlight some lessons that might be useful for the policy makers in this region.
Ruhul Amin Sarker, University of New South Wales, Australia
- Climate Change Science, Belief and Politics: The Role of Industrial Engineering
For more information, go to: http://www.iess2011.com/