Welcome to ICTVT 2022


The Sustainable and Development Goals (SDGs) provide various perspectives on the Covid-19 pandemic era. The pandemic can positively and negatively impact the 17 SDGs targets. The positive value of a pandemic is that the earth breathes without air pollution and global warming caused by restrictions on people's activities. However, on the other hand, poverty, health, quality of education, unemployment, and many other targets have been affected by the Covid-19 disaster. Various research and innovations in the SDGs have begun to update the ways and methods of solving problems in guiding Indonesia out of the crisis period of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In 2022, the international community will begin to prepare for the post-pandemic period to move to an endemic status. The Indonesian people have been able to pass Covid-19 while still paying attention to health protocols and mass vaccinations. This readiness is evidenced by implementing the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to bring about world change. Various SDGs innovations from academics, practitioners, communities, and government have contributed a lot to accelerate the endemic status in Indonesia. Many kinds of research and innovations in green technology and engineering have been streamlined by world researchers and published regularly to show the existence of new adaptation changes to the SDGs in the post-pandemic period.
The 8th International Conference on Technology and Vocational Teachers 2022 forum for world researchers to contribute research results on SDGs to Indonesia's readiness to face the post-pandemic transition period. This international conference does not only produce publications that can be read by the international community but also becomes a means of communication and interaction in the implementation of SDGs problem solving, which has a more significant impact on the progress of science and technology




Green Technology and Engineering and its applications:

  1. Mechanical Engineering
  2. Electrical Engineering
  3. Electronics Engineering
  4. Civil and Planning Engineering
  5. Information Technology
  6. Automotive Technology
  7. Vocational Technology
  8. Industrial Engineering
  9. Mechatronics Engineering
  10. Chemical Engineering
  11. Information Engineering
  12. Nuclear and Physics Engineering
  13. Manufacturing Engineering


October 6th, 2022

at online platform


Prof. Dr. Muhadjir Effendy, M.A.P.
Menteri Koordinator Bidang Pembangunan Manusia dan Kebudayaan Indonesia

Prof. Jenq-Shiou Leu, Ph.D.
Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

Prof. Dr. Ing. Oliver Michler
Institut für 
Verkehrstelematik, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

Prof. Dr. Ing. Lee Seonha
President of the Korean Transportation Association Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Kongju National University, Republic of Korea

Assoc. Prof. Ferry Jie, Ph.D, FCILT., FCES.
Edith Cowan University, Australia

Prof. Dr. Eng. Ir. Didik Nurhadiyanto, M.T., IPU
Department of Mechanical Engineering Education, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia


  Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

About Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

Founded in 1964, Yogyakarta State University (YSU), formerly known as Yogyakarta Institute of Teacher Education and Educational Sciences, is a public university located in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The main campus of YSU, occupied in Karangmalang campus, covers 514.562 m2 of land and becomes one of the leading universities in educational fields. It also has three other campuses in Yogyakarta, including UPP 1 (Mandala campus), UPP 2 (Bantul campus), UPP 3 (Wates campus) and UPP 4 (Gunungkidul campus).  This university has over 32,625 students organized by seven faculties and school, including Faculty of Education, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Faculty of Languages and Arts, Faculty of Social Sciences and Economics, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Sport Sciences, and graduated school. In 2019, there are 67 undergraduate, 30 Master’s, and 6 doctoral programs.  As one of the respectable universities in Indonesia, YSU has ranked 11th over more than 4000 universities in Indonesia. UNY always leads to focus and improves learning, teaching, and research activities by offering outstanding facilities and services, including digital library, sport centre, counseling centre, the health care centre, convention hall and performance stages, post office, physical therapy clinic, and banking services.

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