Welcome to ICTVT 2021


Research and technology supports are required in various aspects of life. The results, outcomes, and impacts of research and innovation in technology should be addressed to the real needs of the society. This offers future opportunities and challenges for researchers and academics in providing solutions to problems in the field. Research oriented towards developing technology as a solution to problems in various fields is eagerly awaited by the society and stakeholders.
In 2020, Indonesia and the international community have been hit by the global COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has paralyzed all aspects of life, resulting in conditions that accelerate innovations to help people respond to the crisis and survive the pandemic era. Furthermore, these innovations require collaboration from researchers and academics. Technological innovations to make society more resilient in the face of the pandemic have been carried out by researchers. However, research and innovation to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic should be further explored. 
The 7th International Conference on Technology and Vocational Teachers is dedicated to a unified communication platform for professional practitioners in engineering fields, researchers, and vocational teachers from industry, academia and government. This conference also welcomes the researchers who have interdisciplinary collaboration of science and technology.




Technology and its applications

1.   Electrical Engineering
2.   Mechanical Engineering
3.   Electronics
4.   Civil and Planning Engineering
5.   Information Technology
6.   Automotive Technology
7.   Vocational Technology
8.   Industrial Engineering
9.   Mechatronics Engineering
10. Chemical Engineering
11. Marine Engineering
12. Information Engineering
13. Nuclear and Physic Engineering
14. Geology Engineering
15. Geodesy Engineering
16. Mining Engineering
17. Naval Engineering



October 5th, 2021

at online platform


Prof. Bambang Permadi Soemantri Brodjonegoro, Ph.D.
President Commissioner of PT. Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Persero)

Hyungwook Choi
National Agency for Administration City Construction, Republic of Korea (R.O.K)

Prof. Yu-Ren Wu, Ph.D.
National Central University, Taiwan

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nirmal Nair
University of Auckland, New Zealand



  Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

About Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

Founded in 1964, Yogyakarta State University (YSU), formerly known as Yogyakarta Institute of Teacher Education and Educational Sciences, is a public university located in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The main campus of YSU, occupied in Karangmalang campus, covers 514.562 m2 of land and becomes one of the leading universities in educational fields. It also has three other campuses in Yogyakarta, including UPP 1 (Mandala campus), UPP 2 (Bantul campus), UPP 3 (Wates campus) and UPP 4 (Gunungkidul campus).  This university has over 32,625 students organized by seven faculties and school, including Faculty of Education, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Faculty of Languages and Arts, Faculty of Social Sciences and Economics, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Sport Sciences, and graduated school. In 2019, there are 67 undergraduate, 30 Master’s, and 6 doctoral programs.  As one of the respectable universities in Indonesia, YSU has ranked 11th over more than 4000 universities in Indonesia. UNY always leads to focus and improves learning, teaching, and research activities by offering outstanding facilities and services, including digital library, sport centre, counseling centre, the health care centre, convention hall and performance stages, post office, physical therapy clinic, and banking services.

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