iSemantic 2024

Smart and emerging technology for a better life

Universitas Dian Nuswantoro Semarang

September 21, 2024 - September 22, 2024


Detail Attending Parallel Session

Keynote Speaker

Celia Shahnaz

IEEE WIE Committee Chair-Elect

Celia Shahnaz, SMIEEE, Fellow IEB, received Ph.D. degree from Concordia University, Canada and is currently a Professor, Department of EEE, BUET, Bangladesh since 2015 ( http://www.celiashahnaz.com). She has published more than 150 international journal/conference papers. She is a recipient of the Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship/Fellowship and Bangladesh Academy of Science Gold Medal for her contribution in Science and Technology. Recently, her papers have received best paper awards in Biomedical Engineering tracks at TENCON 2017 and at IEEE WIECON-ECE 2016, in Humanitarian Challenge track at R10 HTC 2017. She has around 20 years of experience (more than 18 years as an IEEE volunteer) of leading impactful Technical, Professional, Educational, Industrial, Women Empowerment and Humanitarian Technology and PES related Projects at national/international levels.

Dr. Muljono, S.Si, M.Kom

Distinguished Doctor in Dian Nuswantoro University

Dr. Muljono is a distinguished figure within Universitas Dian Nuswantoro (UDINUS), renowned for his expertise, leadership, and dedication to academic excellence. With a background deeply rooted in academia and research, he has made significant contributions to the institution and beyond. Graduating with distinction, Dr. Muljono earned his doctoral degree titled natural Indonesian audio-visual speech synthesis system from Institut Teknologi Sepuluh November, marking the beginning of his illustrious career. Dr. Muljono's leadership extends beyond academia, as he actively engages in community outreach and service initiatives. His commitment to social responsibility and ethical leadership exemplifies the values upheld by Universitas Dian Nuswantoro, serving as a beacon of inspiration for students and colleagues alike. He has been honored with several awards, notably for his exceptional presentation at a seminar on applied research results (Competitive Grants and Higher Education Excellence in 2016). Additionally, he achieved distinction as the inaugural recipient of the Outstanding Lecturer Award from the Central Java Regional Education Services Agency (LLDIKTI Region VI) in 2019.

Prof. Sarjiya, S.T., MT., Ph.D.,IPU

Professor at Universitas Gajah Mada, Indonesia

Professor Ir. Sarjiya is a distinguished figure in the fields of engineering and academia, celebrated for his expertise, leadership, and dedication to advancing technological innovation. His journey in Electrical Engineering commenced with a robust educational foundation. He obtained his Bachelor's degree in Technical Engineering from Universitas Gadjah Mada in 1998, followed by a Master's degree in Electronic Engineering from the same institution in 2001, where he demonstrated exceptional aptitude and a profound interest in his field. Driven by a thirst for knowledge and a desire to deepen his understanding of his chosen discipline, he pursued further studies, culminating in a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, in 2008. His doctoral research focused on Short-term Operating Strategy with Consideration of Bilateral Contracts and System Uncertainty. Prof. Sarjiya's expertise encompasses various domains within engineering, particularly Integration of Renewable Energy, Power System Operation, Power System Planning and Reliability, Power Systems Optimization, and Variable Renewable Energy in Power System. His illustrious career includes significant roles in academia, industry, and public service. As an Associate Professor at Universitas Gadjah Mada, one of Indonesia's esteemed universities, he has spearheaded groundbreaking research initiatives. Notably, he was awarded a research grant titled AUN/SEED-Net Research Grant for Alumni, focusing on the Determination of Short-term Operating Strategy with Consideration of System Uncertainty and Environmental Effects from 2008 to 2009.