The rapid development of technology, especially information technology, brings about change in many aspects of human life such as social and economy, trade and industry, human development, politics and other aspects of human life. This development promises a lot of conveniences and makes human life easier. As a result of the development, there is a revolutionary transformation in a human activity such as the field of trade and industry (Industry 4.0) and social life (information society).
However, although initially created to produce positive benefits, there are also negative impacts. The development of the industrial revolution and the information society has turned human being into ineffective or passive societies. The development has made mankind alienated from social life. In response to these matters, efforts have been being done by many countries.
It is worth noting that the Japanese government is the one that initiates this concept officially by issuing the policy of implementing and developing the Super smart society or Society 5.0 through the 5th Science and Technology Basic Plan by the Council for Science, Technology, and Innovation, and approved by Cabinet decision in January 2016. The concept of society 5.0 emphasizes the role of humans, so it is a human-center society concerning the use of technology. The core of the concept is that human is the subject, while technology is the object.
Relevant with the concept, in the Islamic paradigm humankind is believed as the Vicegerent of God (Khalifatullah fil ard) to govern the earth for the prosperity of all creatures on earth (Rahmatan lil alamin). How this Islamic paradigm should be conceptualized in more detail formulation to establish a better society is one of the concerns of Muslim leaders and scholars. Based on the situation, the International Conference on Islamic Studies (ICONICS) 2020 is organized under the theme:"Islam in Contemporary Context: Conceptualizing Islamic Civilization in the Era of Society 5.0"
The ICONICS 2020 will engage some important issues in Islamic civilization such as economy, education, science and technology, interreligious relation, humanity and gender, social, politics, and others relevant to the conference themes. The conference is organized to bring together academics, researchers, professionals, educators, and practitioners to exchange and share experiences and results of their research in all aspects of Islamic Studies, especially those related to the theme and topics of the conference mentioned above.
This bi-annual conference is organized by the Faculty of Islamic Studies, Universitas Muhammadiyah Jakarta, Indonesia.
Prof. Dr. Syaiful Bakhri, SH, MH (Rector of Universitas Muhammadiyah Jakarta)
|Rini Fatma Kartika, S.Ag, M.H||Patron|
|Dr. Hilaly Basya||Chairman|
|Dr. Okta Rosfiani||Deputy Chairman|
|Laely Farokhah, M.Pd||Secretary|
|Devi Fitria, S.Pd.I||Treasurer|
|Drs. Tajuddin, M.A||Internal Scientific Committe|
|Drs. Asep Supyadilah, M.Ag||Internal Scientific Committe|
|Nurhadi, S.Ag, M.A||Internal Scientific Committe|
|Dr. Lukmanul Hakim||Internal Scientific Committe|
|Dr. Rusjdy Arifin, M.Sc||Internal Scientific Committe|
|Anwar Ilmar Ramadhan, Ph.D (Cand)||Chief of Publication and Website|
|Daruki, S.Pd.I||Members of Publication|
|Firmansyah, S.Si||Members of Publication|
|Dedi Susilo, S.Kom||Members of Publication|
|M. Taufiq, S.Kom||Website|
|Setyawan Istianto, S.Kom||Website|
|Tri Andika Hijri Nasrulloh||Website|
|Drs. Fakhrurrazi, M.A||Sponsorship|
|Hamli Syaifullah, SE.Sy, M.Si||Sponsorship|
|M. Khaerul Muttaqien, SE.Sy, M.E||Sponsorship|
|Wawan Gunawan, S.Sos, M.Pd||Secretariat|
|Saomi Rizqiyanto, SE.I, M.Si||Event|
|Usman Alfarisi, SH.I., M.Ag||Exhibition|
|Adlan Fauzi Lubis, S.Pd.I, M.Pd.I||Logistic|
|Moh. Khoirul Anam, SE, M.Ak||Hospitality|
Papers should be written in English between 8 to 10 pages.
Language: English is the working language of the conference. If English is not your native language, please use English native speaker proofread services, to improve the language of your papers. Please note that your paper is subject to further review and it may be rejected if it is deemed that English of your paper is not acceptable.
Paper submission is done through the EasyChair system. If you already have an account for EasyChair just login with your existing account. If you dont have an EasyChair account you can register on the EasyChair Registration Page or during the paper submission process.
Time: August 26-27, 2020
Venue: AROSA HOTEL, Jl. R.C. Veteran, Jakarta Selatan, 12330 Indonesia
Abstract Deadline : June 5, 2020
Abstract Acceptance Notification : June 26, 2020
Full Paper Deadline :July 24, 2020
Full Paper Acceptance Notification: July 31, 2020
Camera-ready/Revised Paper Deadline :August 21, 2020
Early Bird Payment Deadline : July 20, 2020
Normal Payment Deadline : August 20, 2020
Conference Date : August 26-27, 2020
|Presenter/Participant||Early Bird (Paid By 20 July 2020)||Normal|
|International||USD 180||USD 200|
|International student (students who study outside Indonesia)||USD 140||USD 160|
|Local (Indonesian)||IDR 2.200.000||IDR 2.500.000|
|Local student (including non-Indonesian studying in Indonesia)||IDR 1.800.000||IDR 2.000.000|
Free all-day seminar package, meals, certificate are included for each conference fee. Accommodation is not included in conference fee, however we can assist to arrange the booking in conference venue hotel.
All accepted papers will be published in Proceeding (Scopus and Web of Science (WOS) Indexed) (Additional fee for publication).