Invited Speakers

Dr. Aone Van Engelenhoven

Dr. Aone Van Engelenhoven

Leiden University, The Netherlands


He focuses on several linguistic and anthropological linguistic issues in Indonesia, and East Timor, and among Moluccan migrants in the Netherlands. His research can be distinguished in historical linguistics (the reconstruction of the proto languages of the Austronesian and non-Austronesian languages in Southwest Maluku and their location in their respective language trees), descriptive linguistics (grammatical description of minority languages in Indonesia and East Timor), oral traditions (semiotics and mnemonics of storytelling), language and cognition (the use of Malay and indigenous languages for the transfer of ritual knowledge, the relation between event categorization in cognition and transitivity in grammar).



Dr. Gautam Kumar Jha

Dr. Gautam Kumar Jha

Jawaharlal Nehru University, India


He focuses on Islamisation of Indonesian Polity. Sufism and Shiva Cult in Indonesia, Indonesian Folklores.

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Dr. Winny Gunarti W. W., M.Ds

Dr. Winny Gunarti W. W., M.Ds

Universitas Indraprasta PGRI, Indonesia


I specialize in research on the study of design and media, namely how objects, images, and space designed through electronic media and print media can have value in conveying messages to the public. My research studies include television design programs, commercial advertisements, public service advertisements, memes, video campaigns, animated films, visual novels, and other forms of audio-visual creativity. I am also concerned about efforts to build public awareness about the problems of visual culture that increasingly fills the visual spaces of society as consumers, which are conditioned to find meaning and perception in the era of visual communication technology.

Harry B Santoso, Ph.D

Harry B Santoso, Ph.D

Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia


He received a BS and MS from Universitas Indonesia (UI) in Computer Science and PhD from Utah State University in Engineering Education. Currently he is teaching human-computer interaction and computer-assisted instruction. He has been an administrator of e-Learning system for several years in his department and university. Harry is a head of Digital Library and Distance Learning lab at Faculty of Computer Science, Universitas Indonesia. He is also a member of E-School for Indonesia (Esfindo) research group that has main objective to promote wide access Internet-based e-Infrastructure for K-12 education. His research interest includes learning personalization, cognition and metacognition in learning, multimedia content, e-Learning standardization, and distance learning.