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International Conference on Biospheric Harmony (ICOBAR) is opening the Phase 2 Call for Papers and invites submission from researchers, academics, and graduate students to present their research which aligns with the promotion of “biospheric harmony” as a concept to capture our efforts for living in harmony with the environment in our human-dominated epoch, the anthropocene.

ICOBAR welcomes papers on the following subject areas (but not limited to):

1. The assumption and conception of biospheric harmony

2. Industry 4.0's technologies contributing to biospheric harmony-based corporate

3. Organizational culture and biospheric harmony management

4. Automation-human symbiosis work systems

5. Impact of Industry 4.0 on energy and resources consumption

6. Biospheric model of harmony-driven business

7. Social impact of Industry 4.0 systems and activities

8. Biospheric harmony maintenance policies/methodologies

9. Employee empowerment affecting companies' green performance

10. Augmented reality and safety improvement

11. Big data and analytics in forecasting biospheric harmony

12. Biospheric harmony-decision support systems

13. Peaceful project management and financing in sustaining the biosphere

14. International politics and fair trade preserving the biosphere in Industry 4.0 era

15. Biospheric harmony promotion in literature, story-telling, and creative design.

 

Phase 2 Call for Papers' deadline for submission is 7 May 2019. Should you need any further information, please visit http://research.binus.ac.id/icobar/ or kindly direct your inquiries to icobar@binus.edu

 

CALL FOR PAPERS (Phase 2) International Conference on Biospheric Harmony

 

ICOBAR is opening the Phase 2 Call for Papers and invites submission from academics, researchers, and graduate students to present their research empirical findings and exchange ideas.

We welcome research papers on the following subject areas (but not limited to):

  1. The assumption and conception of biospheric harmony
  2. Industry 4.0's technologies contributing to biospheric harmony-based corporate
  3. Organizational culture and biospheric harmony management
  4. Automation-human symbiosis work systems
  5. Impact of Industry 4.0 on energy and resources consumption
  6. Biospheric model of harmony-driven business
  7. Social impact of Industry 4.0 systems and activities
  8. Biospheric harmony maintenance policies/methodologies
  9. Employee empowerment affecting companies' green performance
  10. Augmented reality and safety improvement
  11. Big data and analytics in forecasting biospheric harmony
  12. Biospheric harmony-decision support systems
  13. Peaceful project management and financing in sustaining the biosphere
  14. International politics and fair trade preserving the biosphere in Industry 4.0 era
  15. Biospheric harmony promotion in literature, story-telling, and creative design.

Deadline for submission is 7 May 2019.

Please visit http://research.binus.ac.id/icobar/ for further information, or kindly direct your queries to icobar@binus.edu

 
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