This international conference will discuss various scopes as follow:
– Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
– Agribusiness and Agricultural Resource Economics
– Fishery and Marine Sciences
– Forestry / Silviculture
– Food Sciences and Agricultural Product Technology

Scientific Committees

  • Elena Nikitina, Ph.D; Kazan Federal University, Rusia
  • Dr. Willy Bayu ardi Suwarno, IPB University, Indonesia
  • Dr. SaedGorgin, Iran, Gorgan University of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, IRAN)
  • Dr. Asmah Awal, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia)
  • Dr. Fitria Riany Eris, S.P., M.Si.,  Faculty of Agriculture,
    University of Sultan Ageng Titayasa, Indonesia)

Organizing Committee:

Chairperson  : Dr. nat. techn. Weksi Budiaji, S.Si., M.Sc.
Secretary : Nur Iman Muztahidin, S.P., M.Sc
Abstract, Paper Selections  : Rifqi Ahmad Riyanto, S.Si.,M.Sc
Live event   : Tatang Sutisna, S.P.,M.Sc.


In order to face “The Challenges of Sustainable Agriculture in the New Normal Era” after the Pandemic of Covid-19, we are pleased to invite the colleagues to share the work on the virtual presentation in The 2nd International Conference on Agriculture and Rural Development (ICARD).
We also invite the authors to submit the manuscript on the proceeding of The 2nd ICARD.
Selected manuscripts from presented oral presentations will be published in IOP Publishing as IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science (Scopus-indexed).

Important Dates
Deadline for Abstract Full Paper :

Abstract submission : September 11th 2020
Full Paper submission  : October 30th 2020

Deadline for Registration and Payment :

Early bird : September 11th 2020
Regular : October 30th 2020


1. Early Bird

Presenter : IDR 2,000,000/USD 140
Student Presenter   : IDR 1,500,000/USD 100
Non-Presenter : IDR 150,000/ USD 10
Student Non-Presenter : IDR 50,000/USD 3

2. Regular

Presenter : IDR 2,500,000/ USD 170
Student Presenter : IDR 2,000,000/ USD 140
Non-Presenter : IDR 200,000/ USD 15
Student Non-Presenter : IDR 75,000/USD 5



University of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa is a state university as a transformation from a private university established on October 1, 1981 and was officially declared on March 9, 2001 based on Presidential Decree No. 32 of 2001. Untirta is the highest institution of formal education in Banten Province which is not only assigned to deliver its students becoming a graduate masters science, technology and art with character but will also be a place to maintain and develop, disseminate and utilize the knowledge, technology and art needed by the wider community as a form of professional, social and moral responsibility.

University of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa aspires to become an innovative, advanced, quality and characterized institution of higher education and continues to adapt to global change. Our vision is establishing University of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa as an advanced, excellent, characterized, and competitive university in togetherness. The excellent means the achievement of the quality of service which provides satisfaction to the students who are expert in science and technology and are able to collaborate and build networks and communicate towards the progress of Nation, civilization, and human welfare. The competitive means the realization of motivation of university member (lecturers, education staffs, and students) to have comparative excellence and competitive excellence, to survive any situation and challenge, and are able to adapt to the environment. The characterized means the achievement of university member who are expert in science and technology by upholding Honesty, Fair, Prestige, Trustworthy, Religious, and Accountable (JAWARA).


Banten province is gateway of Indonesia where Soekarno-Hatta International airport, which is the largest and busiest airport in Indonesia, is located in this province. Banten is situated in westhern of Java island and adjacent to Jakarta. Futhermore, recognising the geographical position, trade, and labor, Banten province is a buffer zone for Jakarta as the capital of Indonesia.

The establishment of Banten Province was inextricably linked to the influence of historical background, especially the heyday of the kingdom of Banten and the struggle against the colonialism. The Sultanate of Banten experienced a peak of glory during the reign of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa (1631-1692). At this time, Banten became the center of the spread of Islam and the port of Banten was recognized as the center of international trade. The proof of the triumph of the Banten Sultanate can be witnessed, namely the remnants of the past, such as the site of the Surosowan Palace of the Sultanate of Banten, relics stored in the Archaeological Museum of Banten, and the Great Mosque of Banten.

The total area of Banten is 9.663 Km2, consisting of 4 Regencies and 4 Cities, with the capital city is Serang City. Based on population projections for 2018, Banten population were 12,7 million people. Geografically, the region is surrounded by Java Sea in the North, Sunda Straits in the West, and facing the India Ocean in the South. These make Banten as a region with very great of beach tourism and sea product resources. Beside beach tourism, the province has many other fascinating tourism that is almost infinite such as nature tourism, historical tourism, industrial tourism, and agro tourism.

The Province has a great number of nature and culture attractions. The most famous of them are the wildlife reserve of Ujung Kulon National Park on the southwestern tip of Java, the isolated communities of the mysterious Baduy, the Anyer and Tanjung Lesung unspoiled beaches, the son of Krakatau volcano which rises impressively from the Java sea, and historical place Great Mosque of Banten Kingdom.

Rifqi Ahmad Riyanto, S.Si., M.Sc.,
Faculty of Agriculture, University of Sultan Ageng Titayasa
Jl. Raya Jakarta km.04, Serang City, Banten Province-Indonesia

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