Introduction of New Student Campus Life (PK2) University of Jember Academic Year 2015/2016 took place starting on August 10, 2015 beginning with the opening ceremony by the Rector of the University of Jember in Jember University Stadium. Furthermore, the reception at FMIPA in the afternoon, at Parking Lot, FMIPA University of Jember. Dean and all leaders in FMIPA to welcome new students at the reception ceremony was held.
The 4th Yudisium Academic Year 2014/2015 held in the Building Department of Mathematics University of Jember on August 14, 2015. Followed by 45 candidates with details of 43 Bachelor and 2 Master. Department of Mathematics graduated 11 people, Department of Physics, graduated 6 people, 3 Department of Chemistry, and 25 Department of Chemistry.
The explosive development of the sciences and its expansion into other disciplines such as the Life Sciences field is yielding groundbreaking discoveries from novel genes and bio-products to cutting-edge nanotechnology, resulting in a transformed science landscape with profound global applications in understanding life, eradicating diseases, securing a more equitable food and water supply distribution as well as creating novel bio-industries and products.
Based on these phenomena above, the ICOLIB 2015 with theme “Exploration and Conservation of Biodiversity”, will provide an interdisciplinary platform of life sciences for researchers, academics, students, professionals, industries, andpolicy makers. This meeting also proposed to among scientists and professionalsto stay at the leading edge of recent advances in life sciences and sustainability, act as a catalyst for further research, improve international collaboration while bridging the scientific and technological differences among scientists, and foster global health security.
Indonesia has a wealth of natural resources and non-living is very abundant. Unfortunately many of these commodities are exported as raw materials with low economic value. The chemistry has an important role in the processing of local commodities to increase added value. Chemistry National Seminar 2015 is expected to be a medium of communication to promote the role of chemistry in increasing the added value of local commodities.
Chemistry National Seminar 2015 aims to :
Collating information from various parties so that members of HKI can exchange insights on the development of research and technology related to the role of chemistry in increasing the added value of local commodities.
The perception of the development of chemistry and its application in value added to local commodity that is always evolving in Indonesia and the International community to be a benchmark to contribute ideas to the government and society.