How To Register for INTACT 2016

There are two ways to register as participants to the 2rd International Academic Conference on Tourism 2016, the online registration and offline registration.

To do online registration process please fill registration form below.


REGISTRATION FEE

Registration Fee    
Category Early Registration Registration at
  (before July 15st, 2016) July 15th – August 15th , 2016
International    
Presenter (professional) USD 350 USD 380
Presenter (student) USD 250 USD 280
Participant (professional) USD 200 USD 250
Participant (student)* USD 180 USD 200
Indonesian Nationality    
Presenter (professional) IDR 1.200.0000 IDR 1.500.000
Presenter (student)* IDR 800.000 IDR 1.000.000
Participant IDR 600.000 IDR 750.000
PAYMENT
Bank Mandiri
Name: UGM PS PUSPAR INTACT
Account : 888-8821084110644
Swift Code : BMRIIDJA

Agenda

Time Schedule
First day: Pre Conference Tour (28 September 2016)
07.00a.m. – 08:00a.m. Registration
08.00a.m. – 10.00a.m. Go to Borobudur Temple to see marine sites and heritage.
10.00a.m. – 12.00a.m. On Borobudur Temple Tour
12.00a.m. – 01.00p.m. Lunch
01.00p.m. – 03.00p.m. Go to Yogyakarta
   
Second day : International Conference (29 September 2016)
07.00a.m. – 08.30a.m. Registration
08.30a.m. – 08.45a.m. Opening Session: Welcoming Speech
  ·      Dr. Djoko Wijono
  (The Head of Center for Tourism Studies)
08.45a.m. – 09.00a.m. Coffee /Tea Break
09.00a.m. – 09.30a.m. Keynote Speech : Prof. Ir. DwikoritaKarnawati, M.Sc., Ph.D (Rector of UGM)
09.30a.m. – 11.30a.m. Plennary Session Sesi 1 (Theoretical Discussion)
  1.       Prof. Dr. Heddy Shri Ahimsa-Putra, M.A., M.Phil
  2.       A leading expert on archipelago tourism
  3.       A leading expert on marine tourism
  Moderator: _____________
11.30a.m. – 12.30p.m. Lunch Break
12.30p.m. – 03.00p.m. Plennary Session Sesi 2 (Practical Discussion)
  1.       The Minister of Tourism
  2.       The Minister of Economy of Marine
  3.       The Minister of Marine and Fishery
  Moderator : ____________________
03.30p.m. – 04.00p.m. Coffee /Tea Break
04.00p.m. – 06.00p.m. Panel Discussion
  1. Student Panel Discussion
  2. Non-Student Panel Discussion
06.00 p.m. Closing Remarks
   
Third Day : International Student Summit (30 September 2016)
07.00a.m. – 08:00a.m. Registration
   
08.00a.m. – 09.30a.m. Invited Speaker for International Student Summit
  1. Dr. Frans Teguh, M.A.
  2. (Academician)
09.30a.m. – 09.45a.m. Coffee /Tea Break
09.45a.m. – 11.30a.m. Forum Student Summit
   
11.30a.m. – 12.00a.m. Closing
   
Fourth Day : Post Events Tour (1 Oktober 2016)
07.00a.m. – 08:00a.m. Registration
08.00a.m. – 09.30a.m. Go to Gunungkidul Beach
09.30a.m. – 12.00a.m. Going around the beach
12.00a.m. – 02.00p.m. Go to Yogyakarta

Activities

To achieve the objective of the conference, the activity that will be held is:
a. Conference: The conference will be conducted with two approaches:

  • Three Keynote Speakers. There will be three keynote speakers on the conference that will present on stadium general. The first keynote speaker is from Universitas Gadjah Mada Yogyakarta, Prof. Dr. Heddy Shri Ahimsa-Putra, M.A., M.Phil, and the second keynote speaker and third speaker are invited leading experts in archipelago and marine tourism.
  • Parallel Discussion. The panel discussion will be conducted by presenting three to four panelists that is led by a moderator. The panelists are from participant who past the selection to be presenter. There will be four sessions for panel discussion in three parallel rooms.

b. Poster Session
The researchers, practitioners, and stakeholders who are not going to present in the conference are welcome to display their work and publication or material as poster. There will be booth for the participant that is willing to participate in the poster session. The exhibition location is around the conference room.
c. Exposure
The exposure is to give a sense of participant about marine tourism issue in archipelago hemisphere. The participants are invited to visit marine historical sites in Indonesia, Borobudur Temple and Karimun Jawa, Central Java marine areas in the north.

Venue

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Gedung Pascasarjana UGM Lantai 5 (5th Floor)

Jl. Teknika Utara, Pogung, Sleman Yogyakarta, 55281 INDONESIA
Location : lat/lng: -7.763839,110.375401

Background

1. Tourism and the Idea of “Archipelago Tourism”
Recently, tourism has become the world’s largest industries and contributes on the development of many aspects in social life. Being integrated with development, tourism should be developed in order to obtain excellent contributions to regional and society life. However for many decades, the development had been obtained in continental hemisphere so the idea in developing archipelago tourism industry is not much considered. Besides, archipelago areas are considered unfamiliar in society since not all countries are in archipelago areas. Archipelago tourism is considered well as the arena to develop tourism industry in archipelagic islands. Thus, an idea of archipelago tourism can be great study to be discussed in the future world. In archipelago tourism, there will be many aspects integrated, and it is not only marine study exposed. Forestry, husbandry, plantation, culture, social, environment, biology, tourism, geology, and the other studies are welcome. The new born of archipelago tourism discussion is intended to strengthen both practice and academic studies to develop new paradigm and direction of study which can be potentially developed in the future.

2. The Specific Issue of Marine Tourism in Archipelago Tourism
Marine tourism issue becomes the specific theme of the discussion within. Marine potencies in archipelago tourism are considered as potential domain in tourism industries. To develop these potencies is not easy since it is challenged from many aspects. To answer the challenges in archipelago tourism, practitioner and academician need to be able to deal with the very issue, The development of marine tourism in archipelago hemisphere will succeed by integrating all aspects.

3. Why need to set up series on INTACT?
Tourism flows are subject to some problems by a range of issues as it is in archipelago tourism. The problem and difficulties may occur in social or natural issues, in developing destinations, managing destinations, or may be remote from either. The consequences may be either mild or relatively short term or have long term impacts on existing or future industry systems. These would be seriously challenged to secure and maintain tourism development and it clearly does matter in terms of island visitation and awareness levels of archipelago areas. It becomes difficult with which to deal. Individual island sensitivities, archipelago politics and policies, economic actualities, transportation or accessibility, development of tourist facilities and policies, government management, concepts of regional regulation, social and cultural sensitiveness, geographical policies, and practices of intermediaries, including travel agents, tour operators, airlines and cruise lines are all involved. Thus it raises important issues to study. The data and empirical analyses about archipelago tourism remain limited, it need to be empirically understood. Currently, tourism academics have not become frequently active in researching and publishing in the area of archipelago tourism. It is, therefore, one need to have a forum to share the knowledge and expertise to welcome the new discussion. The forum that is proposed to deal with the issues is International Academic Conference on Tourism (INTACT 2016).
This conference is expected to explore issues concerned with achieving environmental, social and economic sustainability of tourism alongside the governance mechanisms needed to support sustainable tourism of archipelago tourism. Specifically, INTACT 2016 will focus on marine tourism in archipelago hemisphere. This conference aims to add to this debate by stimulating discussion and exchange of ideas between tourism experts, tourism industry practioners, researchers, lecturers, and students from all tourism-related fields. It could also discuss how new resources ought to be employed to avoid the errors committed in the past and propose remedial actions when required. The meeting will also focus on empirical work and case studies from around the world, which can offer new insights and best practice guidance.

4. Why CTS-UGM should be the first to manage?
Center for Tourism Studies (CTS) is one of the institutions under Universitas Gadjah Mada – UGM (one of the biggest university in Indonesia). Founded on July 23, 1994, Center for Tourism Studies focus on developing research competence in the field of tourism. CTS is also has a lot of experiences in international events, such as international seminar and/or international conferences and research activities in collaborate with other intitutions abroad.
CTS-UGM, nonprofit organization built in Indonesia, the biggest archipelagic hemisphere in the world need to bring up the issue of archipelago tourism worldwide. It will develop research and development of tourism aspect related to the development of human and humanity. Besides, CTS-UGM also develops a research methodology which is able to present both a new concept and policy base in tourism development either in the local, national or international scope.

Dear Participants, The Organizing Committee has announced the notification of acceptance abstract for those who submit the abstract before 30 July 2016. Please kindly check your email. Thank you