The Best Presenter MICoMS 3rd 2022

UNIMALNEWS | Lhokseumawe – After the implementation of the 3rd International Conference on Multidisciplinary Studies (MICoMS) 2022 by Malikussaleh University through the Institute for Research and Community Service (LPPM)  and Advanced Knowledge and Skills for Sustainable Growth Project - Asian Development Bank (AKSI-ADB), the organizing committee has determined 14 speakers as the best presenters in a parallel session at the conference which was held hybrid on Wednesday and Thursday (30/11-1/12/2022).

To Unimalnews, the Chief Executive of the 3rd MICoMS 2022, Deassy Siska stated that in this international conference, the organizing committee received 60 incoming papers to be presented in parallel sessions which were held online and divided into four Zoom Meeting rooms.

"For the implementation of this third MICoMS, there are dozens of papers coming from authors from Indonesia, Japan, Germany, and the Netherlands. From the papers that have been presented, we selected the 14  best presenters," he explained.

Furthermore, Dessy explained that the best presenter award is given to speakers based on assessments of presentation content, presentation display, and presentation delivery.

The 14 speakers who were awarded as best presenters at the 3rd MICoMS 2022 were as follows:

  1. Khairul Anshar (Malikussaleh University), Pyrolyzed Bio Charcoal Briquettes of Solid Waste from Lhokseumawe Patchouli Oil Refinery.
  2. Ahmad Nayan (Malikussaleh University), Effects of Fiber Orientation Variation on Tensile Strength of Bamboo Fiber Reinforced Composite Using Polyester Resin.
  3. Marina (Malikussaleh University), Vision and Leadership: The Nature, Role, and Development.
  4. Cut Yusra (Syiah Kuala University), Affecting Factors in Space Changing of Tsunami Assisted House in Gampong Bitai, Banda Aceh.
  5. Lensoni (Abulyatama University), Description of Mercury Poison Clinical Symptoms in Workers and Communities Around the Small Scale Gold Processing Area.
  6. Latifah Widya Ningrum (University of Lampung), The Roles of Living Place Environment and Comorbidities Status on The Incidence of COVID-19: a study at health care facility of Lampung University.
  7. Paian Tamba (Medan State University), The Management of Subject Teacher Forum (MGMP) at the Junior High School Level in Seri Amal Foundation.
  8. Muhammad Ihsan (Malikussaleh University), The Application of the Traditional Aceh Architecture Concept to the BSI Façade of Lhokseumawe City.
  9. Muhammad Fikry (Kyushu Institute of Technology), Optimizing Multi-Time Notifications Using Q-Learning.
  10. Defry Hamdhana (Kyushu Institute of Technology), Obtaining Elderly Patients' Lifestyle Information from Unstructured Text Sources.
  11. Muhammad Iqbal (Kyushu University), Indoor Thermal Comfort Improvement of the Naturally Ventilated House in Tropical Climate, Indonesia.
  12. Nurasih Shamadiah (Leuphana University of Lüneburg), Food Security, Women, and Higher Education in Aceh.
  13. Rozanna Dewi (Malikussaleh University), The Effect of Radiation Technology on Surface Morphology of Sago-Based Eco-friendly Plastic.
  14. Safrida (Teuku Umar University), Changes of Nutritional Value of Steamed Lumi-Lumi Fish (Harpodon nehereus) Flour.[ kur]