7th-floor Auditorium, Undergraduate Building of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Sekip Utara, Bulaksumur Yogyakarta, Indonesia.


To get to Yogyakarta, you have several transportation options at your disposal, including bus, train, or plane, or a combination thereof.


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Yogyakarta and Central Java are two of the most popular tourist destinations in Indonesia, attracting millions of visitors each year with their rich cultural heritage, beautiful landscapes, and fascinating history.

Yogyakarta, located on the island of Java, is often referred to as the cultural heart of Indonesia. The city is known for its vibrant arts scene, traditional Javanese cuisine, and stunning historical landmarks. Central Java is also home to some of Indonesia’s most famous tourist destinations. These destinations are sure to leave a lasting impression on anyone who visits.

COVID 19 in Indonesia

The government of Indonesia consistently provides updates on the progress of COVID-19 within the country. Naturally, these updates have an impact on the decisions made by the government in terms of policies. Consequently, it is advisable for conference attendees to keep up-to-date with the most recent developments concerning the COVID-19 situation in Indonesia.

Immigration Policies

Indonesia is a vast and diverse country that is home to over 270 million people. As a nation that has a rich history of trade and cultural exchange, the Indonesian government has historically been very open to immigration.

Overall, as the country continues to grow and evolve, it is likely that its immigration policies will also change to reflect new economic and social realities.


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The Algebra Mini Symposium is a gathering of mathematicians and researchers who share an interest in algebraic structures and their applications in various fields of science and engineering. This symposium provides a platform for speakers and participants to discuss recent developments in algebraic theory, as well as to exchange ideas and collaborate on new research projects. The topics covered in the symposium range from pure algebraic theory, such as group theory and ring theory, to applied algebraic structures, such as coding theory and cryptography. The Algebra Mini Symposium is an excellent opportunity for students and researchers to engage with leaders in the field and to gain insight into the latest developments in algebraic research.


The Summer School 2023 on Number Theory and Cryptography is a satellite event of The 9th SEAMS-UGM 2023 International Conference on Mathematics and Its Applications. The school will be held from 10-24 July 2023 and will be offered in both online and offline participations. The curriculum will cover key concepts in Algorithmic Number Theory, Partition Theory, and Cryptography which will be delivered by 17 speakers around the globe. These courses are designed to equip students and young researchers with the foundational knowledge necessary for further exploration and research in the fields of number theory and cryptography.


In line with the 9th SEAMS-UGM International Conference on Mathematics and Its Applications, the Third Southeast Asian Women Mathematicians Meeting 2023 (SEAWM 2023) will be held in Yogyakarta-Indonesia. The SEAWM 2023 is a continuation of Asian Women Mathematicians Forum (AWMF) 2016 in Bali-Indonesia 29 July 2016. This activity also intended for Celebrating Women in Mathematics on May 12 as a tribute of the Birthday of Maryam Mirzakhani, the first woman who achieved the Fields Medal. In SEAWM 2023 meeting we will more focus discussion to get the result of the participation of women mathematicians in developing mathematics and applications in various fields as well as the role of mathematics in human development in South East Asia.


The Workshop on Earthquake Catastrophe Modeling is an integral part of The 2023 International Actuarial Research Conference, providing a focused platform for experts, researchers, and practitioners to delve into the intricacies of earthquake catastrophe risk modeling. The workshop will take place on 22 July, one day prior to the main IARC event. The workshop will be conducted by a team led by Dumaria Rulina Tampubolon, M.Sc., Ph.D.. For further information, please visit the workshop web page at


The International Actuarial Research Conference (IARC) is a platform for academics, insurance professionals, and regulators to network, learn, and share knowledge, research activities, and experiences in finding solutions to current issues and future challenges in actuarial science. The IARC will take place on July 23-24 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. For more information, please visit the conference web page at 

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