|Abstract submission open
|:   25 January 2019
|Abstract submission due
|:   15 March 2019
|Abstract acceptance notification
|:   31 March 2019
|Full paper submission due
|:   20 May 2019
|Full paper acceptance
|:   20 June 2019
|Registration for selected paper
|:   21 June – 10 July 2019
|Paper presenter registration due
|:   15 July 2019
|Non presenter registration due
|:   15 July 2019
|:   6 - 7 August 2019
All conference sessions -with exception to the field trip event- will be hosted at:
Semarang City is located in the northern part of Central Java Province, Indonesia. As the provincial capital, it has become a role model for other cities and regions in building resilience capacity. It is also well-known by its multi-cultural atmosphere of urban living. Religious tourism has become attractiveness for tourist to visit Semarang. The main tourist destinations in Semarang are:
MAJT is the greatest mosque in Indonesia. Inaugurated in 2006, The Great Mousqe of Central Jawa which has an area over 7.500 square meters is able to accommodate about 16.000 worshipers. The Great Mousqe of Central Jawa is designed in an architectural style that combines elements of Java, Islam and Roman.
Vihara Buddhagaya Watugong was inaugurated in 2006 and declared by MURI as the highest vihara in Indonesia. One of the most famous icons in this vihara is the Pagoda Avalokitesvara (Metta Karuna), in which there are a large Buddha statue. Pagoda Avalokitesvara is a building with height as high as 45 meters with 7 levels, which means that a hermit will achieve sainthood in the seventh level.
Blenduk Church is a church built in 1753. It is one of the landmarks in the old town of Semarang. It has Neo-Classical style that actually appears in contrast with other historical building. The shape is more prominent. The church building is a building which is now a single symmetric with facade is vertically divided into three parts.
With regard to resilience, Semarang puts big effort to enhance its resilience. Semarang has to be tough enough in order to deal with any kind of physical, social, economic and environmental issues which may threat the sustainability in the future. To date, Semarang has been chosen as one of member of 100 resilient cities. 100 Resilient Cities (100RC) is an initiative funded by the Rockefeller Foundation which aims to help cities worldwide to be resilient against physical, social and economic challenges, in addition to challenges due to climate change). Semarang becomes one of the cities selected to participate in the initiative.
Laboratory of Regional Development and Environmental Management (LAREDEM), Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Faculty of Engineering, Diponegoro University