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All honorable authors are kindly encouraged to contribute to the conference through submission of their research abstracts, papers and e-posters. Also, high quality research contributions describing original and unpublished results of conceptual, constructive, empirical, experimental, or theoretical work in all areas of Informatics Engineering, Information Science, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, and Visual Communication Design are cordially invited for taking part in the conference. The conference solicits contributions of abstracts, papers and e-posters that address themes and topics of the conference, including figures, tables and references of novel research materials.





Smart Embedded Computing
Computer System & Networking
Data Science/Analytics
E-Commece & E-Business
Educational Computing
Green Computing
Intelligent systems & Robotics
IS Project Management
IT and social change
Smart Technology
Internet of things
Data analytics for Big Data
Business Information Systems
Intelligent system for organizations
Health Information Systems
Information security
Software Engineering



Bioprocess Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Electronic Engineering
Energy Engineering
Environmental Engineering
Food Engineering
Geotechnical Engineering
Genetic Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Manufacturing Engineering
Materials Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Nano Engineering



Visual Communication Design
Digital art
Graphics, Art and Design
Visual literacy
Visual representation
Advertising design
Communication Technologies
Theory of Perception
Human Computer Interaction
User Experience
User based Design


Activities Dates
Paper Submission 17 October 2017
Decision Notification 24 October 2017
Camera Ready 4 November 2017
Poster 2 November 2017
Early Registration 4 November 2017
Final Registration and Payment 9 November 2017
Conference Day 23 – 25 November 2017


Dr. Gerard Borg

Dr. Gerard Borg

Australian National University

Gerard Borg is a research scientist and lecturer in wireless and radiofrequency engineering at the Australian National University. Early in his career he worked in plasma physics. For his doctorate, he studied guided Alfven wave propagation in fusion relevant plasmas and later the fundamental physics of wave motion in laboratory plasmas. He later discovered and investigated various kinds of plasma antenna for stealthy wireless communications. More recently, he has championed the cause of regional / remote broadband wireless Internet and how to connect the billions of people living in regions of the planet that are well beyond the spatial reach and economic means of current technologies. Gerard is also a strong advocate for the democratisation of the Internet and believes that it is now time to deliver low cost usable mobile broadband to everyone on the planet.

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ANU-MIMO: Wireless Broadband for Everybody

In cellular networks, both the mobile wireless spectrum and the connection from the base station to the back-haul are shared among a large number of mobile clients in a cell. Such an approach to wireless networking can never be scalable or spectrally efficient. Cellular roll-outs to remote areas will usually be uneconomical: especially in developing countries. If our aim is to bring broadband to the unconnected, then an entirely different approach to wireless networking is required. At the Australian National University, we have been developing a novel wireless access network based on multi-user MIMO. This network can be deployed cost-effectively by successively connecting base stations to a broadband IP point-of-interconnect as remote clients are added to the network. Given the increasing numbers of urban and regional townships connected to fibre, such an approach could empower local communities to wirelessly extend their networks to isolated populations. In this talk, I present simulations of the performance of such a network in the context of Indonesia by using well established path-loss models.


Prof. Mohamed Ridza Wahiddin, PhD, DSc

International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)

Upon completion of his PhD (UMIST, UK) Mohamed Ridza returned to Malaysia in August 1989 and took up a lecturer position at the University of Malaya. He is the MOSTE 1994 National Young Scientist Award winner in recognition of his research in Quantum Optics. He then joined the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) on 1 June 2001 to help establish the Kulliyyah of Science. For his outstanding contributions to Quantum Optics he is awarded the higher doctoral degree, Doctor of Science (DSc) by UMIST, UK in December 2004. In 2005 MIMOS Berhad requested IIUM for Prof Ridza to spearhead the National R&D Cyber Security agenda. He successfully completed his six year secondment at MIMOS. He is MIMOS Best Innovator for 2007 and recipient of MIMOS Innovator Award (2011) in conjunction with MIMOS 25th Anniversary. He is an Honoree of the 2009 Asia Pacific Information Security Leadership Achievement from (ISC)2 – Senior IT Security Professional Category. He is also the recipient of the 2010 Cyber Security Malaysia Award for Information Security Visionary of the Year (CXO of the Year) and 2011 ASEAN Chief Security Officer. Prof Ridza is recognized as one of the 2017 Top Research Scientists Malaysia. Presently, he is a Professor at the Department of Computer Science, IIUM and was the IIUM Deputy Rector (Research and Innovation) for the period 1 July 2013 – 30 June 2017.

Quantum Information and Industry 4.0

The ICT Revolution through Moore’s Law, Hardware Architecture and Algorithms are responsible for the disruptive technologies driving Industry 4.0. Quantum computers and quantum cryptography are now considered serious candidates to further enhance the performance of the manufacturing sector. Central to both is a new way of defining information namely quantum information. I will discuss the importance of the vacuum as a resource of quantum information for quantum computing. The discussion will end by putting Industry 4.0 within the framework of humanity.


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Honorary Co-chairs:

  • Abdul Wahab Abdul Rahman, International Islamic University Malaysia
  • Kurniawan, STT Nusa Putra, Indonesia

General Chair:

  • Teddy Mantoro, APTIKOM, Indonesia

Program Co-Chairs:

  • Media A. Ayu, Sampoerna University
  • Murni Mahmud, International Islamic University Malaysia

Publication Chair:

  • Teddy Surya Gunawan, International Islamic University Malaysia

Publicity Co-Chairs:

  • Normaziah Aziz, International Islamic University Malaysia
  • Rangga Firdaus, University of Lampung, Indonesia

Organizing Committee Co-Chairs:

  • Siti Asma, International Islamic University Malaysia
  • Dudih Gustian, STT Nusa Putra, Indonesia

Technical Program Committee Co-Chairs:

  • Mira kartiwi, International Islamic University Malaysia
  • Anggy Pradiftha, STT Nusa Putra, Indonesia

TPC members:

  • Alhareth Mohammed Tawfiq Zyoud, International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Sheroz Khan, International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Achmad Benny Mutiara, Universitas Gunadarma, Indonesia
  • Asep Juarna, Universitas Gunadarma, Indonesia
  • Norshidah Mohammed, Prince Sultan University, Saudi Arabia
  • Adamu A. Ibrahim, International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Mohamed Jalaldeen Mohamed Razi, International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Ali A. Alwan, International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Akram M.Z. Khedher, International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Hazwani Mohd Mohandis, International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Maznah Ahmad, International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Barroon Ismaeel Ahmad, Nigeria
  • Mansur Aliyu, Nigeria
  • Jonathan Mantikayan, Philippine
  • Imad Fakhri Taha Alshaikhli, International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Anton Satria Prabuwono, King AbdulAziz University, Saudi Arabia
  • Abdullah Alkalbani University of Buraimi, Sultanate of Oman
  • Youssef Zaz, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Morocco
  • Ahmad Zeki, Bahrain University, Bahrain
  • Zbigniew H. Stachurski, Australian National University, Australia
  • Ismail Khalil, Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria


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November 23th, 2017
07:45-08:45 Registration
08:45-09:40 Opening session of the ICCED 2017
08:45-08:55 Welcoming Remark from KICT (Prof. Dr. Abdul Wahab)
08:55-09:05 Remark from the General Chair (Prof. Dr. Teddy Mantoro)
09.05-0.920 Traditional Dance 1
09:20-09:30 Opening Remark from STT Nusa Putra (Dr. Kurniawan)
09.30-09.40 Opening Remark from APTIKOM ( Prof. Zainal A. Hasibuan)
09.40-09.50 Opening Remark from IIUM  and Official Opening ICCED2017
09.50-09.55 Photo Session
09:55-10:10 Coffee Break (Poster will start to be prepared for display)
10:15-11:15 Keynote Speech 1
11:15-13:10 Technical Session 1 – TS1 (Parallel: 3 Tracks)
13:10-14:10 Lunch Break
14:10-16:05 Technical Session 2 – TS2 (Parallel: 3 Tracks)
16:05-16:20 Coffee Break
16:20-17:55 Technical Session 3- TS3 (Parallel: 3 Tracks)
November 24th, 2017
08:00-08:45 Breakfast and Coffee Break
08:45-09:45 Keynote Speech 2
09:50-11:10 Technical Session 4 – TS4 (Parallel: 3 Tracks)
11:10-12:30 Grand Lunch and Closing
     11:10-11:15     Closing Remark from KICT (Prof. Abdul Wahab)
     11.15-11:20     Closing Remark from General Chair (Prof. Teddy Mantoro)
     11.20-11:35     Traditional Dance 2
     11.35-11.45     Best Paper Award
     11:45-12:30     Grand Lunch
November 25th, 2017
Social Network Tour


Technical Sessions  in Details
Day 1 (23 November 2017)

Session Chair: Dr. Adamu

22 Strain Gage for Mass Sensor Using Cantilever Beam
43 Optimizing the Winglet Model in Getting the Maximum Power Pressure Using Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD)
57 Developing Potential Agriculture Land Detector for Determine Suitable Plant Using Raspberry-Pi
5 Measurement and Modelling the Drainage Coefficient for Hydraulic Design Criteria on Residential Area

Session Chair: Dr. Teddy Gunawan

18 Marketing Strategy with Linier Regression to the Interest of New Students
98 Depicting E-business Application Adoption for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs): The E-business Triangle Model
44 People Counting for Indoor Monitoring
7 E-learning in Iraqi Universities : A Review

Session Chair: Prof. Dr. Zainal A. Hasibuan

39 Combining BSP Tree with Hunt-and-Kill Algorithm for Dungeon Generation of Roguelike Games
33 Deviation Analysis of Direct Measurement KWH Meter in PLN (Persero) P2TL Rayon Sukaraja Kab Sukabumi
73 Remote Patient Monitoring System Architecture for Diabetes Management
36 OCW in Implementation of CMA with Private Cloud Computing-Based to Help Informatics Students to Obtain Professional Certification in Indonesia

Session Chair: Dr. Maznah

19 Development of Automated Antenna Radiation Pattern Measurement Using Rotator Application Model to Increase Accuracy
6 The Potential Implementation of ‘DEGALANTIL’ using Fuzzy Logic Analysis
70 Alarm System to Detect the Location of IOT-based Public Vehicle Accidents
72 Participatory Consensual Assessment Technique End-Users Assessing Outcomes of Participatory Design

Session Chair: Dr. Murni

51 Design of Smart Mobility Application to Realize Sukabumi Smart Cities
4 Speaker Identification Based on Curvlet Transform Technique
89 The Performance of Text File Compression Using Shanon-Fano and Huffman on Small Mobile Devices
90 Development of Offline Handwritten Signature Authentication Using Artificial Neural Network

Session Chair: Dr. Media Ayu

87 Visual Study of Media Images in The Process of Learning at Deaf Learners School
96 Factors Influencing customers intention to use internet banking MAYBANK2U in Indonesia
13 Combination of AHP Method with C45 In The Level Classification Level Out Students
76 Factors Influencing the User Acceptance of Integrated Service Management Information System on Local Government in Indonesia
30 Efforts landslide on Roads Cijangkar Nyalindung District of Sukabumi

Session Chair: Dr. Mira

14 Measurement of Pyrolysis Gases on Palm Oil Shell and Empty Fruit Bunch
3 Design and Performance of Combine Corn Transplanter Powered by Hand Tractor
20 Conceptual Design Hot Press Machine Motif Embossing Continue Pneumatic for Syntetic Material
60 Design of 2,4 GHz Helix Antena for Increasing Wifi Signal Strenth Using Mmanagal and Wirelesmon Application

Session Chair: Dr. Teddy Mantoro

23 The Need of Rhetorical Design on Global Brands’ Websites
42 Analysis of Ability to Pay And Willingness To Pay For Jakarta Light Rail Transit In Jakarta, Indonesia
97 Online Information Seeking Behavior for Cancer Related Disease: A Developed and Developing Country Comparison
9 Towards an Integrated Framework of E-Learning Through an International Innovative Collaboration: Iraqi Perspective

Session Chair: Dr. Hayani

78 Theoretical Investigation of Multiple Tuned Mass Damper Configurations Subjected to Step And Periodic Excitation
74 Roughness Level Analysis of the Surface of Plastic Material from Turning Machinery Proces
12 The Effect of Fiber Orientations on The Mechanical Properties of Ramie-Sea Sengon Wood Composites for Wind Turbin Blades
43 Optimizing the Winglet Model in Getting the Maximum Power pressure Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD)
Day 2 (24 November 2017)

Session Chair: Dr. Normaziah

95 E-Purchasing Indirect Material Model Using the Open Group Architecture Framework Architecture Development Method
26 Design of Composite Material of Rice Straw Fiber Reinforced Epoxy for Automotive Bumper
8 Estimated Budget Construction Housing Using Linear Regression Model Easy and Fast Solutions Accurate
38 Application of C4.5 Method Based Optimization Algorithm to Determine Eligibility of Beneficiaries Direct Community Assistance (Case Study : Kelurahan Cicurug)

Session Chair: Dr. Asma

94 Improving Energy Efficiency of 5G Wireless Mobile Network with ULTRA-LEAN Design
91 SMS Based Home Appliance Security Approach Using ROT 13, RC4 and RSA Algorithm
47 Characterization of Aluminum Surface Using Image Processing Methods and Artificial Neural Network Methods
93 Improving Naïve Bayes Performance in Single Image Pap Smear Using Weighted Principal Component Analysis (WPCA)

Session Chair: Dr. Ali

88 Comparison Method of DCT, DWT and FFT Techniques Approach on Lossy Image Compression
75 Text Mining for Indonesian Translation of the Quran : A Review
2 Enhancement Bandwidth of Triangular Microstrip Antenna Using Slit Technique Fed by Coplanar Waveguide for Mobile Communication
56 Analysis of Design Combine Transplanter Power by Hand Tractor: Transmission System and Furrow Opener




International Islamic University Malaysia.

The main IIUM Campus is nestled in a valley in the rustic district of Gombak, a suburb of the capital city of Kuala Lumpur. This Garden of Knowledge and Virtue covers 700 acres, with elegant Islamic-style buildings surrounded by green-forested limestone hills, attracts avid photographers from among both locals and tourists.

This campus houses all the facilities that a modern community needs, including a mosque that can accommodate thousands, state-of-the-art sports complexes with Olympic-size swimming pools, a fully equipped library, a 24-hour medical clinic, a child-minding centre, banks, post offices, restaurants, bookshops and grocery stores. A fibre-optic backbone runs through the entire campus, facilitating instant communication from one corner of the campus to another.

Accessibility to Kuala Lumpur from the campus is made easy not only by efficient bus and taxi services, but also by a light rail station close to the campus.

Address: Jalan Gombak, 53100 Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Malaysia

Phone: +60 3-6196 5601


IIUM Venue

Address: Gombak, 53100 Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Malaysia
Phone: +60 3-6196 5601

Flaminggo hotel
Address: Tasik Ampang, Hulu Kelang, 68000 Ampang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia Phone: +60 3-4256 3288

De Palma hotel

Address: Selaman 1/2, Palm Square, Ampang Point Jalan Ampang, 68000 Ampang Jaya, Malaysia Phone: +60 3-4270 7070

Grand Pacific Hotel

Address : Tun Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, 50400 Jalan Ipoh,, Malaysia
Phone: +60 3-4042 2177

Grand Seasons Hotel

Address : Grand Seasons Avenue 50564, 72, Pahang, Titiwangsa Sentral, 53000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Phone : +60 3-2697 8888

Hotel Cosmopolitan
Address :No. 73 & 75, Haji Hussein, Off Jln Raja Muda Abd Aziz, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 50300
Phone : +60 12-268-9305

Leo Palace Hotel

Address: 18, Jalan Rahmat, Chow Kit, 50350 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Phone : +60 3-4043 5555

Dynasty Hotel Kuala Lumpur

Address : 218 Jalan Ipoh, 51200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Phone : +60 3-4043 7777



                 Option 1 : Batu Caves & Genting Highland (Preferred)
                 Option 2 : Batu Caves & Bukit Tinggi
                 Option 3 : Petrosains & Aquaria
                 Option 4 : Putra Jaya and Science Park

Batu Caves

Batu Caves in Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur Attractions 185 Batu Caves, one of Kuala Lumpur’s most frequented tourist attractions, is a limestone hill comprising three major caves and a number of smaller ones. Located approximately 11 kilometres to the north of Kuala Lumpur, this 100-year-old temple features idols and statues erected inside the main caves and around it. Incorporated with interior limestone formations said to be around 400 million years old, the temple is considered an important religious landmark by Hindus.

Genting Highlands

Genting Highlands is an integrated resort development comprising hotels, casinos and a theme park in Pahang, perched on the peak of Gunung Ulu Kali at 1,800 meters high. Nestled near the border of Selangor within an hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur (about 35km), Genting Resort presents a popular weekend getaway from the city heat, conveniently connected by Karak Highway and major trunk roads, along with a cable car service from the satellite town of Gohtong Jaya. On a clear day, the peak overlooks lush valleys of rainforest stretching towards KL, a breathtaking view for visitors as they enjoy the cooling weather and serene mountain environment.

Bukit Tinggi

Bukit Tinggi is just over an hour’s drive from Kuala lumpur City centre and lies some 2,500 feet above sea level. Colmar Tropicale, located in Bukit Tinggi, Pahang, is a replica of a collection of buildings from a north-eastern village in France dating back to the 16th Century. It’s just like a picture postcard. The French themed resort was opened in July 2000. It’s surrounded by lush tropical forest land.


Petrosains is a Science Discovery Centre that uses a fun and interactive approach to tell the story of the science and technology of the petroleum industry.


Another must-visit in KLCC is the 465 sq. m Aquaria KLCC, which houses over 5,000 freshwater and marine creatures under its roof. Situated on the concourse level of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, one of its main attractions is massive glass tank with a 90m walk-through tunnel with a moving travelator in its centre. You can even get up close and personal with tiger sharks and stingrays by plunging into the tank within the confines of a submerged cage.

Technology Park Malaysia

The Technology Park Malaysia (TPM) is a science park located in Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for research and development of knowledge-based industries.Its total land area of 750 acres (3.0 km2), comprises 12 state-of-the-art buildings each with specific functions. It is in phase 1 of implementation.


Putrajaya is Malaysia’s third and latest Federal Territory. Built on an expansive marshland and former oil palm estate in Selangor, the city spans an area of almost 5,000 hectares and lies 25 km from Kuala Lumpur. Putrajaya takes over the administrative functions of the capital city Kuala Lumpur and is part of the Multimedia Super Corridor project of the Malaysian government.