Today we are in the era of Industry 4.0, characterized by the increase of connectivity, interaction and boundaries among humans, machines and other resources which becomes convergent through information and communication technology known as the disruptive innovation phenomenon. The phenomenon fundamentally changes the way of life, the way of work and the way of collaboration both domestically and globally. The young generation, especially students must be at the forefront in the era of Industry 4.0. To build the innovation capabilities, the role of universities and research institutions becomes a major support of the formation of innovation ecosystems that produce qualified researches which bring benefit to the nation competencies. Collaboration of all stakeholders is required, starting from the government, the private sector, academics, and the wider community to improve the mastery of technology. As a stakeholder, Universitas Negeri Jakarta (UNJ) is also responsible in producing qualified human resources that can compete at the national and global levels. One of the efforts to make this intention, Study Program of Physics and Physics Education FMIPA UNJ in collaboration with the Physical Society of Indonesia (PSI) Chapter Jakarta and Banten held The 8th National Physics Seminar with theme “The Role of Physics and Physics Education in Technology Innovation for Nation Competencies in the Industry 4.0.


Prof. Dr. Ing. Eko Supriyanto

Prof. Dr. Ing. Eko Supriyanto

Direktur IJN-UTM Cardiovascular Engineering Center
Dr. rer. nat. Bambang Heru Iswanto, M.Si

Dr. rer. nat. Bambang Heru Iswanto, M.Si

Dosen Fisika UNJ
Dr. Heru Kuswanto, M.Si

Dr. Heru Kuswanto, M.Si

Kaprodi S2 Pendidikan Fisika UNY


The seminar welcomes papers that explore but not limited to these topics:

  • Physics Education
  • Material Physics
  • Instrumentation and Computational Physics
  • Medical Physics & Biophysics
  • Earth and Space Physics
  • Theory, Nuclear, and Particle Physics
  • Energy and Environmental Physics


  1. Deadline of Abstract Submission            : April 20, 2019
  2. Announcement of Abstract Acceptance : April 27, 2019
  3. Deadline of Early Bird Payment              : April 27, 2019
  4. Deadline of Participant Registration      : May 20, 2019
  5. Deadline of Full Article Submission       : June 22, 2019
  6. Seminar Day                                                : June 29, 2019


Registration Early Bird
(until April 27, 2019
Normal (after April 27, 2019)
Student Presenter Rp 400.000,- Rp 450.000,-
Teacher/ Lecturer/ Researcher/ Practitioners Presenter Rp 700.000,- Rp 800.000,-
Non-Presenter Participant Rp 300.000,- Rp 350.000,-
Workshop* (Topic Option):
1. LKPD for HOTS based experiment
2. HOTS evaluation instrument
Rp 800.000,-(Disc 30% Guru)
Rp 500.000,-(Mahasiswa)
Rp 800.000,-
Rp 500.000,- (Mahasiswa)

Transfer to:
Account : Fauzi Bakri, M.Si
Account Number : 00600-1026-8989
Add Abstract code in nominal transfer and upload payment proof in ABSTRACT menu.

Abstract ID : 152. Transfer should be : Rp. 700.152,-


Manuscript Template for SNF2019


Abstract submissions using online system.
Abstract Submissions


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Terindeks Google Scholar, Crossref
Articles that have completed the review process will be published in PROSIDING SNF.


Jurnal Penelitian & Pengembangan Pendidikan Fisika
Selected articles in the Education fields will be published in JPPPF.


SPEKTRA: Jurnal Fisika dan Aplikasinya
Selected articles in physics will be published in SPEKTRA.