ICOSI 2020 Ends with a Total of 1,112 Presenters

After being held for 2 days, the 2020 International Conference on Sustainable Innovation (ICOSI) was officially closed. The closing ceremony was held virtually on Wednesday afternoon (14/10) through the Microsoft Team platform and Youtube streaming broadcast live from the Meeting Room, Floor Floor. 5, AR Fachruddin B Building, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta (UMY).

Ari Kusuma Paksi, Ph.D, vice chairman of the ICOSI 2020 executive through his remarks expressed his gratitude to the participants who participated in this conference. “We are honored that you have trusted us, ICOSI, as a platform to share your research results,” he said. Ari added that even though we are in the middle of a pandemic, this conference was successfully held virtually.

With a total of 1,112 presentations on various topics and participants from various backgrounds, ICOSI 2020 succeeded in gathering various innovations and thoughts. The achievement of ICOSI 2020 was also successfully noted by the Indonesian Record Museum (MURI) as the virtual international conference with the most disciplines. This achievement, according to the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Dr. Ir. Sukamta, S.T., M.T., IPM who was present to officially close ICOSI 2020, is an opportunity to be even more productive.

When giving his closing remarks, Sukamta thanked the co-hosts of ICOSI 2020 who had agreed to participate in the implementation of this conference. “Even though it was only held for 2 days, we hope that the results of the discussion and sharing at this conference will provide many benefits in the future,” he said. He also added that the success of this conference was inseparable from the hard work of the committee, who even after the event still had the responsibility to take notes and distribute all papers at this conference until they are published and indexed by Scopus. “Hopefully we can all meet next year, at the fifth ICOSI 2021 event,” he concluded. (ays)

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