Recovery of Sustainable Life Quality on a Green Planet”
About The 3rd AEMT
The prolonged pandemic has scratched some bitter memories of losing families and relatives, but of course always give spirits for a much better life in the future. Among these hopes are progressive achievements in geomagnetic sciences which are closely related to the existence of living creatures on the Earth and geothermal technology which is closely related to the provision of green energy. Both are expected to be the main supports for a post-pandemic recovery of sustainable life quality to achieve human welfare on this planet. Furthermore, they should be also a real solution for life through a concept of research applications for community development and welfares in responding to actual needs at regional and global level.
In the previous AEMT conferences we have focused on disaster mitigation, while this year we will focus more on how to explore natural potentials, especially geothermal energy. Lombok has experienced several major earthquakes in 2018, which affected quality of life especially in the northern- and eastern parts of the island. Gratefully, this area is blessed with geothermal potential, as indicated in the geomagnetic anomalies map of the Lombok Island. The 3rd AEMT will push more real efforts for exploration and utilization of geothermal potentials in the Sembalun area.
The 3rd AEMT will be held in Lombok Island, which is located on the highest intensity of geomagnetic anomalies within Indonesian regions. All participants should feel a real atmosphere of holding a seminar in Lombok Island and a workshop as well as an exhibition and tour in Sembalun Village. We will package a high-quality seminar by presenting the most competent keynote speakers in the field of geomagnetism and geothermal technology. An exhibition will be conveyed by presenting upstream- and downstream-industries related to geothermal productions and utilizations, while a scientific tour will be held to directly visit geothermal manifestations on the slopes of Mount Rinjani and several local community industries that will utilize geothermal potentials.