ASEAN Journal on Science and Technology for Development

Current Issue

Vol. 37 No. 2 (2020)
Published August 25, 2020
The Perennial Quest

With the subtitle, "Discovering our place in the world," this issue offers insight into how we exist and subsist in, adapt to, and sometimes harm our planet—from the retrofitting of buildings to improve their resilience and the design of housing to minimize the effects of harsh urban conditions, to the development of alternative fuels, and ultimately to the mining and subsequent abandonment of natural landscapes. Articles are currently in press.

Review

Hanny Meirinawati, Hanif Budi Prayitno, Lisa Fajar Indriana, Muhammad Firdaus, A'an Johan Wahyudi
Water Quality Assessment and Monitoring of Closed Rearing System of the Sea Cucumber Holothuria scabra
https://doi.org/10.29037/ajstd.624

Technical Note

Jessie Samaniego, Cris Reven Gibaga, Alexandria Tanciongco, Rasty Rastrullo, Norman Mendoza, Charles Darwin Racadio
Comprehensive Assessment on the Environmental Conditions of Abandoned and Inactive Mines in the Philippines
https://doi.org/10.29037/ajstd.623
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About the ASEAN Journal on Science & Technology for Development

The ASEAN Journal on Science & Technology for Development (AJSTD) is a peer-reviewed open access journal focusing on the publication of articles that make positive, tangible contributions to science and technology in the ASEAN region. Its main aim is to promote and accelerate the discovery and ultimate ASEAN-wide application of scientific and technological innovations, the consequence of which should be greater prosperity for the people of Southeast Asia.

AJSTD covers a wide range of technology-related subjects in the context of ASEAN, including biotechnology, non-conventional energy research, materials science and technology, marine sciences, meteorology and geophysics, food science and technology, microelectronics and information technology, space applications, science and technology policy, and infrastructure and resources development.

AJSTD is jointly published by the ASEAN Committee on Science and Technology and the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia, under the management of Universitas Gadjah Mada.

About The ASEAN Committee on Science and Technology

The ASEAN Committee on Science and Technology was established to strengthen and enhance the capability of ASEAN in science and technology so that it can promote economic development and help achieve a high quality of life for its people. Its terms and reference are:

  • To generate and promote development of scientific and technological expertise and manpower in the ASEAN region;
  • To facilite and accelerate the transfer of scientific and technological development among ASEAN countries and from more advanced regions of the world to the ASEAN region;
  • To provide support and assistance in the development and application of research discoveries and technological practices of endogenous origin for the common good, and in the more effective use of natural resources available in the ASEAN region and in general; and
  • To provide scientific and technological support towards the implementation of existing and future ASEAN projects.

Further information about the activities of ASEAN COST can be found on its website.