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SAVE THE DATE_ The 24th Asian Pacific Weed Science Society

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									SAVE THE DATE!                   Dear all APWSS members,

The 24th Asian Pacific Weed      Please do not forget to submit your abstracts for oral and poster presentations
Science Society (APWSS)          at the 24th Asian Pacific Weed Science Society (APWSS) Conference.
Conference
22-25 October 2013               Abstract submission will be closed on 22 June 2013, instant.

Padjadjaran University           For information on how to submit your abstract please visit the conference
Convention Hall, Bandung         website: www.apwss2013.com.
Indonesia
                                 Please see below for the latest important information on the conference.
Conference Theme:                The theme of the symposium is The role of weed science in supporting
" The role of weed science in    food security by 2020. A number of sub-themes have been selected
supporting food security by      reflecting the overall theme and as a guide for potential oral and poster
2020"                            presentations, viz.

                                   1. Sustainable weed management in the Asian-Pacific region
IMPORTANT DATES                       Weed biology and ecology in agro ecosystem, forestry, pastures and
                                        aquatic ecosystem
Call for Presentations Closes:        Integrated weed management
22 June 2013
                                      Weed management in organic farming
Confirmation of Speakers:
                                      Weed management in transplanted and direct seeded rice
5 July 2013
Registration Opens:                   Competitive crop development
August 2013
                                   2. Weed solutions for the Asian-Pacific region
                                      Weed management in range of ecosystems
Proudly brought to you by:            Conservation tillage and practice of zero tillage
                                      New herbicide development and their applications
                                      Prevention and Management of herbicide Resistant Weeds
                                      Molecular biology and biotechnology in weed science
                                      Utilization of weeds as bio-resources and as a management tool
                                      Regulatory and national policy issues
                                      Community Empowerment for IWM of Weeds
                                      Education, training and extension in weed science
                                      Management of aquatic weeds
CONFERENCE MANAGERS                   Invasive plant species and the invasion process, pathways and spread
Weed Science Society of
Indonesia (WSSI)                 3.    Threats and risks in the Asian-Pacific region
Department of Agronomy                 Identification of sleeper weeds and their management
Faculty of Agriculture                 Strategic management of invasive plant species
Padjadjaran University                 Important new weeds in the region
Jl. Raya Jatinangor Km 21              Weed risk assessment
Bandung 45363                          Impact of weed control on the environmental
T: +62 22 7796320                      Training and education in weed science
denny.kurniadie@gmail.com
www.apwss2013.com
                                          4. Economics of weed control in the Asian-Pacific region
Steering Committee                           Chemical management costs
1.Bahadar Khan Marwat Khan                   Weed management and GM crops
  (Pakistan)
2.Steve Adkins (Australia)                   Economic in weed management
3.Soekisman Tjoitrosoedirdjo                 Competitive crop development
  (Indonesia)
                                       ORAL PRESENTATION
Executive Committee                    Until now we have already received the abstract for oral presentations 20 and
1. Ministry of Agriculture             we are still waiting more abstract before 22 June 2013.
2. Ministry of Forestry
3. Ministry of Environmental
                                       POSTER PRESENTATION
International Advisory                 We have received the abstract for poster presentation 7 and we hope we can
Committee:                             receive more abstracts submission before 22 June 2013.
1. Steve Adkins (Australia)
2. Anis Rahman (New Zealand)           All information are available at our website: www.apwss2013.com
3.Aurora Baltazar (Phillipines)                                                                              Read More
4. Buddhi Marambe (Sri Lanka)          ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
5. Nimal Chandrasena (Australia)
6. NT Yaduraju (India)
7. Khan Bahadar Marwat (Pakistan)      Who should attend?
8. Gul Hasan (Pakistan)                If you are any one of the followings, you can benefit from participating in the
9. Chaoxian Zhang (China)              Conference, and assist others by contributing:
10. Yoshiharu Fujii (Japan)                   Government weeds officers, managers and Councilors
11. Baki bin Bakar (Malaysia)
12. Chanya Maneechote (Thailand)
                                              Researchers in weed management
13. Trevor James (New Zealand)                Contractors and community project officers
                                              Weed managers
Publication Committee                         People in the agricultural industry with an interest in weed and their
1. Baki bin Bakar (Chairman,                   management.
   Malaysia)
                                              Quarantine officers and policy makers
2. Samunder Singh (India)
3. NT Yaduraju (India)                        Researchers, educators and students involved in weed management.
4. Buddhi Marambe (Sri Lanka)                 International manufacturers in weed management products, those in
5. Nimal Chandrasena (Australia)               the agricultural industry with an interest in weeds and their
6. Asad Shabir (Pakistan)                      management.
7. Soekisman (Indonesia)                      Land owners and managers throughout the Asia-Pacific region
8. Edison Purba (Indonesia)
9. Nanik Sriyani (Indonesia)
                                              Agribusiness and utility providers, in power, rail, roads and water.
10. Do Soon Kim (Korea)                       Government agencies staff
                                              Land care and Agforce member from Asian-Pacific countries
Program Committee                             Representatives of chemical and equipment manufacturers, wholesalers
1. Steve Adkins (Chairman,                     and retailers
   Australia)
2. Aurora Baltazar (Phillipines)
3. Buddhi Marambe (Sri Lanka)          In addition to the formal program, there will be ample time for networking and
4. Soekisman (Indonesia)               discussions during breaks and through a social program incorporating a
5. Khan Bahadar Marwat (Pakistan)      conference dinner and field trips.

Local organizing Committee:            CONFERENCE LOCATION & VENUE
Denny Kurniadie (Chairman)
Santi Rosniawaty (Secretary)
Nanik Sriyani (Oral presentation)      Location
Edison Purba (Oral presentation)       The Conference will be held in Padjadjaran University Convention Hall Bandung
Sri S. Soekisman (Oral presentation)
Prayitno Sapari (Poster                Indonesia. Bandung, also known as “City of Flowers” is the provincial capital of
presentation)                          West Java and Indonesia’s third largest city. It was known in colonial times as
Nur Istifadah (Poster presentation)
                                       the Paris of Java because of its European ambiance and sophistication.
Jody Moenandir (Poster
presentation)
Dedi Widayat (Registration)
Uum Umiyati (Registration)
Erni Suminar (Secretariat)
Aep Wawan (Secretariat)               Bandung       is
Susi Munigar (Secretariat)
Sumadi (Photographing)                situated on a
Cucu Suherman (Promotion &            plateau in the
Accommodation)
                                      beautiful
Dad Sembodo (Promotion)
Noladhi (Exhibition & Field trip)     Tangkuban
Dani Riswandi                         Perahu
Agus Wahyudin
Jajang Sauman
                                      volcanic
Nana Bana (Exhibition & Field trip)   mountain,
Anne Nuraeni (Post and pre            Bandung's
conference)
John Riry (Post and pre conference)   pleasant
Denny Sobardini (logistic)            climate     and
Yayan Sumekar (Local
                                      lush
transportation & hotel)
Kasirin (Fund rasing)                 surroundings
Nandang Holil (Fund raising)          have offered an escape from the heat of the lowlands since the mid 19th
Iskandar Zulkarnain (Fund rasing)
Fardedi (Fund raising)                century when it was the heart of the region's most prosperous plantation area.
                                      Host to the historic Asia-Africa Conference in 1955, Bandung is now a center of
                                      higher education, commerce and aircraft industry, which despite its modern
                                      amenities still retains much of its colonial-era charms. Bandung is also
                                      renowned for its shopping opportunities, particularly for shoes, textiles,
                                      clothing, food and denims. Bandung is easily accessable from Jakarta by train,
                                      road or air. The distance from Jakarta is about 180 km. It takes 3 hours by
                                      train or car through toll road. There are direct flights from Singapore and
                                      Malaysia to Bandung International airport (Air Asia and Singapore airlines).


                                      KEYNOTE AND INVITED SPEAKERS

                                      1. Steve Adkins (Univ. of of Queensland, Brisbane Australia, Keynote)

                                      2. Albert Fischer (Univ. of California Davis, USA, Invited)

                                      3. Yoshiharu Fujii (Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Technology, Japan,
                                         Invited)

                                      4. Kwang Ho Park (Korean National College of Agriculture, Invited)

                                      5. Trevor James (Univ. of New Zealand, Invited)

                                      6. Aurora Baltazar (Univ. of the Phillippines Los Banos, Invited)

                                      7. A.R. Sharma (Weed Science Research India, Invited)

                                      8. Soekisman Tjitrosemito (SEAMEO BIOTROP Indonesia, Invited)
   ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS

1. 1. Amaroosa Hotel




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   in love, however, is a different matter. You have to go the extra mile or your
   chances of having a lasting relationship with your partner are small. Why not
   increase the odds with a romantic getaway in Bandung, the “Paris of Java”?
   Here you’ll find The Amaroossa Hotel, where you can relish luscious meals and
   fall into each other’s arms in enchanting accommodations. Such moments could
   be the start of the love that lasts a lifetime.

   Price starts from US $ 87/pax
   For Further Information & Reservation
   Jl. Aceh No. 71 A Bandung Indonesia
   Phone : +62 22 4222221
   Fax : +62 22 4222223
   Website : www.amaroosahotel-bandung.com
   Rooms
   Let intimacy reign as our exquisitely styled rooms and suites bring out the
   Casanova in you. Our deluxe amenities will add more delight to a passionate
   night.

          Air-conditioning
          Private toilet and bath
          37-inch LCD TV with cable
          Mini-bar
          Wi-Fi access IDD phone
          Coffee/ tea maker
          Hair dryer
          Iron with board

   Facilities
   Our facilities and services help you celebrate life with those that make it
   meaningful.

          Drink and dine – Roosse Cake & Bakery, Gardenia, Scarlet Pool Bar,
           The Roses Coffee Shop & Vlinder Bar
          Ballroom and conference room
          Fitness room/gym
          Swimming pool
          Spa and massage service Room service
          High-speed Internet access
          Business center
          Shuttle service to the airport and train station (upon request)
          Kids corner




   Palais Dago Hotel

   The best and most beautiful boutique hotel in Bandung, with luxuriously and
   elegantly appointed Rooms, Bar, Cafe & Resto, Meeting Room & Business
   Centre, The Palais Dago Hotel is conveniently located in Dago Bandung, making
   The Palais Dago Hotel become the choice of many domestic and international
   visitors who are in business, transit, or family rip. The Palais Dago is furnished
   in themed, stylish and inspirational designs.

   With building architecture that captured made you feel the other atmosphere
   that more than only a hotel, the interior that was drafted with beautiful
   architecture and captured will make you felt you feel at home and felt
   comfortable every time.

   The price starts from US$65/pax
   For Further Information & Reservation
   E-mail : marketing@thepalaisdago.com
   Website : www.thepalaisdago.com
   The distance to the conference venue is around 1200 m

2. 3. The Jayakarta Hotel

   A magnificently located hotel and resort, The Jayakarta Bandung Hotel is
   perched above the highland city of Bandung, providing sweeping views of the
   entire city and surrounding mountains. Offering well-appointed rooms and
   suites for your accommodation in Bandung, with all the usual modern facilities
   of a four-stars hotel, guests of The Jayakarta Bandung Hotel, will enjoy
   exemplary service and outstanding amenities. The distance to the conference
   venue is around 3000 m
    Price starts from US $68/pax

    Further Information
    e-mail: bandung@jayakartahotelsresorts.com
    Website : http://bandung.jayakartahotelsresorts.com/



    4. Geulis Boutique Hotel

     “Geulis” means beautiful, the essence of who we are. Our warm hospitality and
    elegant facilities invite you to feel the comfort and beauty. The distance to the
    conference venue is around 1000 m.




    Price starts from US $ 125/pax
    For Further Information & Reservation
    e-mail : geulishotel@geulis-hotel.com
    Website : http://www.hotelgeulis.com/

3. 5. De Qur
4.
   De'Qur Hotel is a 2 stars hotel located in Jalan Dipatiukur, Bandung. This hotel's
   location is very strategic, also very close to the University of Padjadjaran
   Convention Hall (20 m). The hotel is also close to the Gedung Sate Building &
   Dago as the place of entertainment. To be able to book this hotel you can
   contact directly via phone, or contact the conference committee. Because until
   now De'Qur Hotel does not have a website. No need to reach the pockets are
   too deep to stay in this hotel.

    Price starts from US$25/pax
    For Further Information & Reservation
    Phone : +62 22 250 3536
    Fax      : +62 22 250 6229


    CONTACT US
    If you have any questions or require any further information about the
    Conference, please contact :
     Denny Kurniadie: +62 8122037323
     Email: denny.kurniadie@gmail.com




     SPONSORSHIP:




The Weed Science Society of Indonesia




      www.higi.or.id or www.apwss2013.com

								
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