International Conference on 

Green Sustainable Technology and Management 


Conference Tracks

Track 1 : Health and Life Sciences 


Sustainable initiatives are receiving increased attention, and the health and life sciences industries have been actively participating in sustainable development with the goal of ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being. This goal encompasses medical aimed at safeguarding people's health, such as combating the antimicrobial resistance crisis and reducing the risk of epidemics and pandemics. On the other hand, initiatives to combat climate change, ensure access to clean water, land, and sanitary facilities for a quality life, and promote sustainable innovation and infrastructure for a green environment are equally important.


The ICGSTM 2023 will include a track on sustainable development in the health and life sciences, and we would like to hear your perspectives on how life and health sciences can contribute to sustainable development. We believe that knowledge will contribute to a greener and better world!

Track Chair: Dr. Wong Rui Rui


Assistant Track Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Ong Ghim Hock

Keynote Speaker(s): 

Dr. Lim Yi Chieh

School of Biological Sciences, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 

Lim Yi Chieh, Ph.D., is a Principal Research Scientist at the School of Biological Sciences, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Dr. Lim's primary area of expertise is brain cancer research, particularly DNA damage formation and repair. Dr. Lim is the recipient of multiple academic honours and has held various research positions in countries including Australia, Denmark, and Singapore. Dr. Lim is also a member of the Cooperative Trials Group for Neuro-Oncology and has been journal editor, peer reviewer, grant reviewer, and scientific advisor for a numerous of institutions. 

Dr. Liu Juan

National Resource Center for Chinese Materia Medica, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences 

Liu Juan, MD, associate researcher of traditional Chinese medicine resource center, Chinese Academy of traditional Chinese medicine, graduated from the Institute of medicinal plants, Peking Union Medical College, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences. She has presided over and undertaken three projects including the National Natural Science Foundation of China, and the Excellent Youth Science Foundation of the Chinese Academy of traditional Chinese medicine. Additionally, she won the second prize of the national science and Technology Progress Award in 2019, published 37 papers in well-known magazines at home and abroad such as Nature Communications, Microbiology Spectrum, Journal of Experimental Botany, Industrial Crops & Products, Frontier in Plant Science, Plant Physics and Biochemistry as the first or corresponding author, and participated in the compilation of two planned textbooks of Molecular Pharmacognosy. 

Track 2 : Information Technology


Green technology and sustainability are becoming increasingly important considerations in the IT industry. As technology continues to advance, so too does the amount of energy required to power it, which can have a significant impact on the environment. To mitigate this impact, companies are increasingly turning to renewable energy sources and energy-efficient technologies to power their data centres and other IT infrastructure. Additionally, companies are looking at ways to improve the sustainability of their manufacturing practices, by reducing waste and adopting more efficient production processes. By embracing these green technologies and sustainable practices, the IT industry can reduce its carbon footprint and become a more responsible and environmentally friendly sector. Furthermore, such practices can also result in cost savings and improved efficiency, making them not only environmentally beneficial but also economically advantageous. In this track, we will provide valuable insights into the latest trends and innovations in green tech and sustainability for the IT industry.   

Track Chair: Associate Professor Ts. Dr. Siti Sarah Maidin 

Assistant Track Chair: Noor Ain B. Rosly 


Keynote Speaker(s): 

Ts. Dr. Nurul Aida Osman

Computer and Information Sciences, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS 

Ts. Dr. Nurul Aida Osman received her PhD in Information Science from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia in 2021. She completed her Master by research in Information Science from the same university in year 2012. Her research interests are in predictive analytics, sentiment analysis and recommender systems. Currently, she is affiliated with the Department of Computer and Information Sciences, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, serving as the Lecturer and researcher of Centre of Research in Data Science (CeRDas). She has more than 5 years experiences in National ICT research and development industry. She is one of the member of The National Tech Association of Malaysia (PIKOM). Besides, she also has joined the Editorial Board Members of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). 

Dr Nurul Izrin Md Saleh

Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka

Dr Nurul Izrin Md Saleh is an accomplished academic with a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Brunel University London and a Master's degree in Computer Science from UPM. With over a decade of experience in the industry, Dr Nurul has worked as a project manager and senior business analyst. Currently, she serves as a senior lecturer at Universiti Teknikal Malaysia, where she imparts her knowledge and expertise to her students. Dr Nurul's research interests primarily focus on Data Analytics, Software Engineering, Ontology Engineering and Simulation Modelling. 

Track 3 : Engineering and Innovation Technology


Engineering and scientific advancements have revolutionized the world and brought about numerous innovative solutions that have improved the quality of life for people everywhere. From the historic moon landing by Neil Armstrong to the introduction of cutting-edge 5G technology and most recently AI, engineers and innovators have continued to push the boundaries of what is possible. These advancements have also helped to address critical global challenges and promote sustainable development. For example, clean energy solutions, advanced concrete materials, CO2 sequestration techniques, and innovations in water treatment which have contributed to the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goal.


In this Research Track, we invite engineers, innovators, and researchers from all fields of engineering to share their cutting-edge research and innovations with the world. This is a unique opportunity for you to showcase your work and make a positive impact on society by contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals. Whether you are working on developing new technologies, improving existing solutions, or creating innovative applications, your research has the potential to change the world. Join us at and make your technological innovations a reality.

Track Chair: Associate Professor Ts. Dr.  Lee Hoong Pin

Assistant Track Chair: Ts. Dr. Ang Kiang Long 

Keynote Speaker(s): 

Assoc. Prof. Ir. Dr. Chee Pei Song 

Associate Professor, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR)  

Pei Song CHEE received his B.Eng. degree and Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), Malaysia, in 2010 and 2014, respectively. He was a visiting scholar at National Chiao Tung University (NCTU), Taiwan, in 2014. From 2015–2020, he served as an Assistant Professor at Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), Malaysia, and was then promoted to Associate Professor in 2021. His research interests are micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS), micropump, wireless power transfer, self-powered sensors, soft micromachines, and ionic polymer-metal composite (IPMC). He was honored with UTAR Teaching Excellence Award 2020, Outstanding Reviewer Award for Smart material and Structure journal 2019, UTAR Research Excellence Award 2019, and Outstanding Reviewer Award for Material Research Express journal 2018. To date, he has secured over RM 1.3 million as the Principal Investigator in grant funding, including Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS), Collaborative Research in Engineering, Science and Technology Centre (CREST), etc. 

Dr. Chiew Yeong Shiong 

Senior Lecturer, School of Engineering, Monash University, Malaysia 

Dr. Chiew graduated from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, with a Bachelor of Engineering Mechanical-Automotive and a Masters of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering. He obtained his PhD at the University of Canterbury (UC), New Zealand investigating into model-based mechanical ventilation for patients with respiratory failure. After graduation, he works as a postdoctoral fellow at Centre for Bioengineering at UC, in a range of research including leadership of a large randomized controlled trial. He is currently a lecturer in Monash University Malaysia, pioneering model-based clinical mechanical ventilation trial in a local hospital as well as hospital in Singapore. His work spans from the development of physiological models, model development, algorithm and system identification methods, and the creation of unique clinical decision metrics, to conducting clinical and animal trials. 

Prof. Dr. Eriki Ananda Kumar 

Dean of Research and Development, School of Engineering and Management, VEMU Institute of Technology, India 

Prof. Dr. Eriki Ananda Kumar is currently working as Dean of Research and Development, School of Engineering and Management at Vemu Institute of Technology, Tirupati, India. His experience includes research and innovations to develop the promotions of startups with international standards. He is a committed, focused and career oriented Engineering faculty with over 17 years of experience in teaching and research that includes creation of new knowledge of enrichment for life with good opportunities of future engineers. By and large, in this era, the Green Technology and other advancements in sustainable technologies have become the most indispensable parts of one's life.

Track 4 : Education, Business and Management


Green sustainable technology and management refers to the development and implementation of technologies, policies, and practises aimed at reducing the negative impact that human activities have on the environment while simultaneously promoting economic growth and social well-being. Green sustainable technology and management are also known as eco-friendly technology and management. This strategy prioritises the conservation of natural resources, the mitigation of waste and pollution, and the development of renewable and environmentally friendly energy sources. Collaboration between the government, industry, and communities is required for effective green sustainable management. This is done in order to discover sustainable solutions for the future of our planet. It also involves engaging in sustainable practises on a day-to-day basis, such as recycling, cutting down on energy consumption, and making use of products that are kind to the environment. We can make strides toward a more sustainable future for the planet and the generations that will come after us if we implement environmentally friendly technologies and management practises. 

Track Chair: Professor Dr. Sam Toong Hai

Assistant Track Chair: Associate Professor Dr.  Asokan Vasudevan

Keynote Speaker(s): 

Dr. S. Sri Umeswara 

Executive Director, DIALOG ESECO Sdn Bhd. 

Dr. S. Sri Umeshwara is a circular economy, waste & environmental management expert consultant. He is the Malaysian Delegate and Subject Matter Expert at UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme) Expert Group on Marine Litter and Microplastics. A panel member in various government agencies on environmental sustainability sectors. He was appointed as the Subject Matter Expert for the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) & the Coordinating Body on the Seas of the East Asia (COBSEA) baseline study, to develop Plastics Material Flow Analysis (MFA) & implement the Reducing Marine Litter Project by addressing the management of the Plastic Value Chain in South East Asia (SEA Circular). He holds a Master of Science in Waste Management & Environmental Management, and a PhD in Energy and Environment at the Malaysia University of Science and Technology (MUST). He has successfully completed the Japan Initiative for Marine Environment (JaIME) project of Human Resource Development for Improvement of Plastics Waste Management in Asia. He had received various awards for his efforts in cultivating 3Rs communities and promoting 'Circular Economy' via a close-loop digital transformation and waste tracking for the waste and resources sector. He is the recipient of the ‘Special Award for Environmental Sustainability in conjunction with the Malaysia Environment Week at the National Level Celebration 2013’ from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. It is a special appreciation by the ministry for his contribution towards sustainable environment.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hsiao-Yun Huang 

Department of Statistics and Information Science, School of Management, Fu-Jen Catholic University. 

Hsiao-Yun Huang, Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Fu-Jen Catholic University, graduated from the Department of Statistics, University of Pittsburgh, USA. In the past 5 years, he continuously presided projects from National Science and Technology Council of Taiwan. He also in charge of a Taiwan’s national remote learning data analysis project for Taiwan's Ministry of Education. Besides, he also served as a consultant for several Taiwan companies. He has published many papers in different journals, including Journal of the American Statistical Association, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, etc.