The 6th ICCC 2021: "Environmental Perspective in understanding the Effects of Climate Change on Immune System Modulation in Organisms"

The United Graduate School of Agricultural Science (UGSAS) and Sebelas Maret University (Indonesia) jointly hosted the 6th International Conference on Climate Change 2021(ICCC) on Tuesday, May 25, 2021 through Zoom video conferencing platform. The theme of the conference was; "Environmental Perspective in understanding the Effects of Climate Change on Immune System Modulation in Organisms."

From the UGSAS, Professor Ken Hiramatsu, (UGSAS Dean) and Professor Masato Yayota attended. After an opening speech by Professor Hiramatsu, Professor Yayota gave his keynote speech titled, "Climate Change and Cattle: Heat stress, Immune system and Production." It was followed by six presentations by invited guests. They included Professor A.H.M. Nurun Nabi from the University of Dhaka (Bangladesh) who is a UGSAS graduate, and Professor Mohammad Nasir Uddin from Texas A&M Health Science Center (USA), etc. A total of 117 people made presentations as keynote speakers or lecturers for multiple sessions. In total, 223 people attended the conference.

Professor Hiramatsu making an opening speech
Presentation by Professor Yayota

From its founding, ICCC members keep on monitoring the impacts of climate change on human life and the environment, pursuing ways to reduce and mitigate these impacts. In the 6th ICCC conference, participants discussed climate change issues from various viewpoints such as the environment, agriculture, laws, society, economy and culture. The 6th ICCC was also conducted as part of commemorative events to celebrate the 45th anniversary of Sebelas Maret University.

The details of the 6th ICCC will be compiled into the form of research papers and registered by Scopus*. It is our hope that ICCC successful achievements can further accelerate the advancement of climate change research by scholars and engineers in the future.

Scopus*: Elsevier's abstract and citation database launched in 2004


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