IIDSS 2018 materials

Indonesia International Defense Science Seminar is a seminar that focuses on defense science, hosted by Indonesia Defense University (IDU). The year 2018 is the second year, which sees the seminar focusing on security, stability, and humanity affairs issues and related subjects to defense studies and defense technologies.

The  1st   IIDSS theme is  “Strengthening Defense­ Diplomacy to Address Common Security Challenges”, where the seminar is divided into six main parts, namely Weapon of Mass Destruction (WMD), Transnational Organized Crime (TOC), Terrorism and Separatism Challenges, Energy and Natural Resources, Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief, and Media and Information. In this event, professional and experienced speakers from Indonesia and overseas are provided opportunities to present topics according to latest defense affair of the world. Followings are the highlights of each seminar topics:

Global Diplomacy on Non Proliferation of Weapon of Mass Destruction (WMD)

  1. Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Crisis Potential in Asia Pacific
  2. The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons: Twenty Plus Years of Disarmament
  3. Preventing Chemical Weapons: Arms Control and Disarmament as the Sciences Converge
  4. Cruise Missile Evolution, Development and Future

Cracking Down Transnational Organised Crime (TOC) in the ASEAN Region

  1. Cooperation among the Navy and Other Law Enforcement Agencies to Counter Drug and Narcotic Trafficking in Indonesia
  2. Promotion of National and International Policies to Combat Money Laundering from Illicit Drugs Industry
  3. Forensic Investigation of Fraud and Financial Crime
  4. Maritime Cybersecurity: New Challenges

Promoting Sustainable Resources Development

  1. Indonesia’s Role in Upholding UNCLOS in the South China Sea
  2. Promoting Renewable Energy Development to Reach Paris Agreement Target in Indonesia Study Case: Eastern Indonesia
  3. Hybrid and Off Grid Power System Technology Transfer to Support Infrastructure in Indonesia’s National Borders Area
  4. Down-to-Earth Multilateral Diplomacy: Promoting Prosperity through Peaceful Uses of Nuclear

Terrorism and Separatism Challenges

  1. BNPT’s Technology to Prevent Cyber Terrorism
  2. Southeast Asia’s Cooperation for Rehional stability: The Case of Counter-Terrorism Initiatives
  3. Technology Utilization to Uncover Terrorist Networks in Indonesia and Regionally
  4. Urban Segregation and the Rise of civil Unrest, Separatism Movements, and Terrorism

Sharing Best Practices and Strategies in Disaster Relief

  1. Internal Displacement Crisis Management Over Rakhine State
  2. The Impact of Sea Level Rise and Climate Change on Island Nations: The IORA Perspective
  3. What We Learned from the SUAAVE Project
  4. Satellite Technology to Support Disaster Relief Management: Development of Airborne and Spaceborne Circularly Polarized Synthetic Aperture Radar (CP-SAR)

Media and Information Warfare

  1. Media and Information: Collaboration to Enhance “Our Eyes Initiatives (OEI): Intelligence Sharing Effort
  2. How ‘Good News from Indonesia’ Intervenes to Fight Fake News, Hoax, and Negative Contents in Indonesia
  3. Media Revolution 4.0: The Challenges of Preserving Information Integrity in the Era of Disruptive News Disseminations
  4. Defense Technologies – Media and Information