International Conference on Energy, Environment, Epidemiology and Information System (ICENIS) is annual conference organized by School of Postgraduate Studies Diponegoro University, one of the leading universities in Indonesia. This conference has been succesfully conducted since 2016 with the name of International Conference on Energy, Environment and Information System and therefore becoming an annual event. All accepted articles of the 1st - 3rd ICENIS have been published in Advanced Science Letters Vol 23 Number 3 March 2017 pp 2197-2635, E3S Web of Conferences Vol 31 (2018) and E3S Web of Conferences Vol 73 (2018), respectively.

This year, the committee strengthens the tradition of conference excellence by adding Epidemiology field in the topic of conference. Thus, the name of the conference become International Conference on Energy, Environment, Epidemiology and Information System (ICENIS).

After Successful in the previous event with more than 300 selected paper have been published in conference proceeding indexed by Scopus, we invite for 4th 2019 ICENIS on August 7th - 8th, 2019 at Santika Hotel Premier Semarang with the theme "Strengthening Planning & Implementation of Energy, Environment, Epidemiology & Information System as a Response to IR4". This conference will cover all research and development in the fields of energy, environment, epidemiology and information system. All accepted paper will be published in conference proceeding indexed by Scopus and selected paper will be published in Hayati Journal of Biosciences (Q3 Scopus indexed journal).

The goal of ICENIS 2019 are:

  • to create an international forum for the researchers, students, industries and governments to communicate their results on the fundamentals and application of energy, environment and information systems
  • to share and exchange ideas, thoughts and discussions on all aspects of energy, environment and information systems
  • to facilitate the formation of networks among participants to enhance the quality and benefits of research and development