Abstract Submission



The International Conference on Indonesian Development (ICID) is a multidisciplinary academic conference focusing on Indonesian Development. The 2nd edition of ICID will be held in Rotterdam, The Netherland on 19 – 21 September 2019. We are looking for original research papers and posters to be presented during the conference.

Call For Paper

We invite all interested authors to contribute to the International Conference on Indonesian Development. The conference will take place in Rotterdam, The Netherlands from 19 September to 21 September, 2019.

ICID is a multidisciplinary conference focused on understanding Indonesian Development through multiple lenses. We encourage submissions that improve our understanding of Indonesian Development and its relation to inclusive development and this year theme. 

We are looking for original works that re-conceptualize Indonesian understanding of inclusive development and contributes to our larger understanding of development. We accept submission from numerous different fields focusing on Indonesian development. The specific topics of interest are highlighted in the 7 fields listed below.

The proceedings of The International Conference on Indonesian Development are published online and published under an ISBN reference.

Submission guidelines could be found more below.

Poster Presentation

The International Conference on Indonesian Development invites you to submit an academic poster to be presented during the conference. The poster must abide to the following guideline:

Poster must be vertically oriented and adhere to the following dimensions: 84 cm wide and 120 cm high.

  • Include the title of your presentation, the sub-title, the list of authors, contact information (website, email, social media and phone number) and a photo of the lead presenter in the top right corner of the poster.

Main body of the poster:

  • Organize the content of your poster much like the outline of a journal article. But make sure the content is presented in a clear, coherent format. Conference attendees have a lot on the go and many different presentations competing for their attention.

  • Start off with a succinct introduction and a brief description of the methodology used for your research followed by results and discussion section.

  • Make sure the results and discussion section clearly identifies the problem, result and conclusion for each of your key findings. But keep it brief. Too much detail.

Bottom of the poster:

  • Include a conclusion that either summarizes your work or informs attendees about your future research.

Conference Themes and Topics

The International Conference on Indonesian Development is an academic conference on Indonesian Development. Any submission must relate in some way to Indonesian Development and its issue. Furthermore, this year theme is ”Inclusive Development in Facing Industry 4.0: Opportunities and Challenges in Indonesia.” Submitter must keep in mind of the theme and field of the conference while making their submission. Submission that do not relate to the theme or topic may be rejected.

We open our submission on the following field:

  • Law, Human Rights and Public Administration
  • Economy and Management
  • Food and Agriculture
  • Engineering, Technology, and Infrastructure
  • Environment, Climate Change, and Resilience
  • Health and Medical
  • Social, Cultural, and Education
  • Urban, Rural and Regional Planning


The proceedings of The International Conference on Indonesian Development are published online through the conference website without a fee. All accepted papers will also be published in the conference proceedings under an ISBN reference. The best 3 papers will be submitted to an international peer-reviewed journal with the support from the scientific conference editors.

Upon the acceptance of a paper, no further revision or author change is allowed. 

The International Conference on Indonesian Development on behalf of the Indonesian Student Association in The Netherlands (PPI Belanda) shall hold copyright in the proceedings and in the individual articles published in the proceedings and shall grant the public permission to use the licensed material contained in the individual articles of the proceedings under the terms and conditions defined in the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 international license (CC-BY 4.0).

All authors of accepted papers will be asked to sign a copyright transfer agreement as a prerequisite of including their paper on the conference proceeding. 


Submissions must adhere to the format published in the guidelines available here.

Participants should first submit the extended abstract of the paper before the deadline. The acceptance will be notified accordingly. The submission of the extended abstract should follow this guideline. It should be no longer than 2 pages (A4), single space line, with maximum file size: 1 MB

Submissions must be in PDF format. Submissions must be self-contained and in English. Submissions that do not follow these guidelines, or are not able to be viewed or printed properly, may be rejected without review. Authors are responsible for ensuring that submissions adhere strictly to the required format.

PDF files must be double-blind. The submitted document should not include author information and should not include acknowledgements, citations or discussion of related work that would make the authorship apparent. Submissions containing author identifying information may be rejected without review.

Originality and Concurrent Submission

Submissions must present original unpublished work. Concurrent submissions to other conference or other academic journal are not allowed. Authors could submit multiple papers, keeping in mind that they are able to finish and present both papers on the conference. 

Papers that have been published in or accepted to any peer-reviewed journal or conference/workshop with published proceedings may not be submitted. Papers that are currently under review, or will be submitted to other meetings or publications may not be submitted. 

Additionally, ICID has a strict policy against plagiarism and self-plagiarism. All prior work must be appropriately cited.

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