Event: 23rd Regional Congress of Dermatology (RCD) Asian-Australian
Incorporating the 16th Annual Scientific Meeting of Indonesian Society Dermatology and Venereology (PERDOSKI)
Dates: 8 – 11 August 2018
Venue: Grand City Convex, Surabaya – Indonesia
Organized by: Indonesian Society Dermatology & Venereology


Regional Conference of Dermatology (RCD) is the biennial official congress of the League of ASEAN Dermatological Societies (LADS). LADS was established in 1974. LADS comprises the national dermatological societies of Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, and Vietnam. RCD is hosted in rotation by the national dermatological societies, supported by all the other member societies (speakers, delegates, publicity). LADS Council Meeting is also held every 2 years in conjunction with RCD – all Presidents and Honorary Secretaries of national dermatological societies are expected to attend.

RCD 2018 aims at exploring the main theme “International Conference of New Frontiers in Dermatology, Science & Technology”, and the sub theme include are:

  1. Dermatology
  2. Tropical Desease
  3. Molecular Biology
  4. Medical Microbiology
  5. Biotechnology
  6. Epidemiology
  7. Pharmacological aspect and treatment
  8. Public Health
  9. Health Environment
  10. Medical Sociology

RCD 2018 is supported by ASEAN Regional organization (LADS), the national society of Indonesian Dermatologist (Indonesian Society Dermatology and Venereology / PERDOSKI), and a leading university in Indonesia (Universitas Airlangga). The scientific committee strongly supports this conference consist of international and national members. The previous conference (2016) was attended by 1215 participants from 39 countries, not only from the South East Asian region but from all corners of the world including our partners and friends from dermatologists Anchorage office.

Through our various exciting and comprehensive plenary symposia, focus sessions, meet the expert sessions, workshops and resident sessions, the scientific program covered the spectrum of dermatology and aesthetic subspecialties. With world-renown speakers providing up-to-date lectures and interactive sessions, the conference was well received by all participants. This robust tradition will be maintained and continued in RCD 2018.

Greetings from Surabaya,


Honorable colleagues,

On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we are cordially welcoming you to participate in the 23rd Regional Conference of Dermatology (Asian-Australasian)  Incorporating with 16th Annual Scientific Meeting of Indonesian Society  Dermatology & Venereology
8 – 11 August 2018, Grand City Convex, Surabaya – Indonesia

Through our theme: International Conference of New Frontiers in Dermatology, Science & Technology, we would like to deliver the latest update on research, guideline, best clinical practice, and breakthrough in dermatology and venereology to all dermatologist.

Our vision is to improve patient care using evidence based medicine , and also advancing our knowledge and skill in prevention, diagnosis and treatment of dermatology and venereology disease.

The workshop and scientific program  offer not only a comprehensive, but also more indepth about skin disease with case interactive and clinical study  from the experts,  to ensure all the participants can implement the presented lecture in their daily practice. The exhibition, cultural and social program will also be interesting and enjoyable.

We look forward to welcome you in Surabaya on August, 8 – 11th, 2018. We hope that you will have enjoyable time with our programme and may this congress be beneficial and create pleasant memories for everyone participating. Thank you for being a part of our Congress.


Warm regards,

The aims of RCD 2018 are:

  1. Increasing awareness and knowledge in the field of Dermatology and Venereology in terms of diagnostic methods, therapies, prognosis, and evidence-based interventional dermatology.
  2. Working up research in the field of evidence based-Dermatology and Venereology, which applicative and prioritize patient safety.
  3. Improving the skills and expertise in the field of Dermatology helpful intervention as an effort to improve health services on Dermatology and Venereology.
  4. Upgrading cooperation and collaboration of education, research, and training also culture between institutions and individuals from various countries in Asia and Australasia.
  5. Introducing Surabaya as one of the eldest centers of Dermatology and Venereology education in Indonesia, as well as one of the cultural icons and tourist attractions in Indonesia.
 1 August 2017
Abstract Submission Starts
17 February 2018
Abstract Submission Deadline
17 February 2018
Early Bird Registration Deadline




  • CHAIRMAN     
    Dr. Syarief Hidayat, Sp.KK,FINSDV,FAADV
    Dr. Srie Prihianti, PhD, Sp.KK, FINSDV,FAADV


    DR. Dr. M. Yulianto Listiawan, Sp.KK(K), FINSDV, FAADV
    DR.Dr. Cita R. S.Prakoeswa, Sp.KK(K), FINSDV,FAADV
    Dr. Ni Putu Susari Widianingsih, Sp.KK, FINSDV,FAADV

      Dr. Hanny Nilasari, Sp.KK, FINSDV,FAADV
      Dr. Ary Widhyasti, M.Kes, Sp.KK,FINSDV
  • TREASURER        
    Dr. Trisniartami Setyaningrum, Sp.KK,FINSDV

      Dr. Inge Ade Kristanti, SpKK, FINSDV FAADV
    • VICE –TREASURER II      
      Dr. Kurniati, Sp.KK


    Dr. Linda Astari, Sp.KK
  • SECRETARIAT                     
    • Dr. Astindari, Sp.KK
    • Dr. Dinar Witasari, Sp.KK
    • Bambang Agustono
  • REGISTRATION                 
    • Dr. Septiana Widyantari, Sp.KK
    • Dr. Yuri Widia, Sp.KK
    • Dra. Eka Marta Diana



    Dr. Andreas Widiansyah,Sp.KK, FINSDV,FAADV
  • MEMBERS       
    • Dr. Sri Ellyani, Sp.KK, FINSDV, FAADV
    •  Dr. Abraham Arimuko, Sp.KK, FINSDV,FAADV
    •  Dr. Herliani M Purba, Sp.KK, FINSDV
    •  Dr. Jasmin Thalib, Sp.KK
    •  Dr. Firdausi Nurharini,Sp.KK



    Dr. Trisiswati Indranarum, Sp.KK,FINSDV
  • MEMBERS                          :
    • Dr. Noormaini, Sp.KK
    • Dr. Desy Hinda Pramita, Sp.KK
    • Dr. Renata Mayangsari, Sp.KK



    Dr. Dian Ardiana, Sp.KK,FINSDV
  • MEMBERS      
    • Prof. DR. Dr. Indropo Agusni, SpKK(K), FINSDV, FAADV
    • Prof. DR. Dr. Jusuf Barakbah, SpKK(K), FINSDV, FAADV
    • Prof. DR. Dr. Saut Sahat Pohan, SpKK(K), FINSDV, FAADV
    • Dr. Agnes Sri Siswati, SpKK(K), FINSDV, FAADV
    • Dr. Danang Triwahyudi, Sp.KK, FINSDV, FAADV
    • Dr. Adri Dwi Prasetyo, Sp.KK
    • Dr. Irmadita Citrashanty, Sp.KK
    • Dr. Menul Ayu Umborowati, Sp.KK
    • Dr. Renata Prameswari, Sp.KK



    Dr. Sawitri, Sp.KK(K), FINSDV, FAADV
  • MEMBERS        
    • Prof. Dr. Hari Sukanto, SpKK(K), FINSDV, FAADV
    • Dr. Evy Ervianti, Sp.KK(K), FINSDV, FAADV
    • Dr. David Sudarto Oeiria, Sp.KK, FINSDV, FAADV
    • Dr. Novianty Riski Reza, Sp.KK
    • Dr. Medhi Denisa A, Sp.KK
    • Dr. Sylvia Anggraini, Sp.KK



    Dr. Maylita Sari, Sp.KK
  • MEMBERS         
    • Prof. Dr. SunarkoMartodiharjo, Sp.KK(K), FINSDV, FAADV
    • Dr. Fitri Abdullah Jawas, Sp.KK
    • Dr. Diana Tri Ratnasari, Sp.KK
    • Dr. Dhita Karina, Sp.KK
    • Dr. Lunni Gayatri, Sp.KK




  • COORDINATOR Dr. Hasnikmah Mappamasing, Sp.KK
  • MEMBERS                        
    • Dr. Damayanti, Sp.KK
    • Dr. Marina Rimadhani, Sp.KK



    Dr. Fadjar Waskito, M. Kes, Sp.KK, FINSDV FAADV
  • MEMBER  
    • DR.Dr.Afif Nurul Hidayati, Sp.KK, FINSDV
    • Dr. Ary Widhyasti,M.Kes, Sp.KK, FINSDV



    Dr. Bagus Haryo Kusumo ,Sp.KK
  • MEMBERS                    :
    • Dr. Lukman Ariwibowo, Sp.KK
    • Dr. Riski Haris , Sp.KK



    Dr. Evy Ervianti, Sp.KK(K),FINSDV,FAADV
    • Dr. Abraham Arimuko, Sp.KK, FINSDV,FAADV
    • Dr. Linda Astari, Sp.KK



    Dr. Maria Ulfa, Sp.KK



    Dr. Rahmadewi, Sp.KK



    Dr. Myrna Safrida, Sp.KK
    • Dr. Raphael Gratiano, Sp.KK,FINSDV



    Dr. Ita Puspita Dewi, Sp.KK,FINSDV
  • MEMBERS    
    • Dr. Ika Soelistina, Sp.KK
    • Dr. Hasrulliana Ningsih W, Sp.KK
    • Dr. Pramita Ariyanti, Sp.KK



    Dr. Diah Mira Indramaya, Sp.KK, FINSDV
    • Dr. Rully Setia Agus Dimawan, Sp.KK, FINSDV
    • Dr. Agustina Tri P, Sp.KK



    Dr. Eko Riyanto, Sp.KK
    Dr. Prasti Adhi, Sp.KK



    Dr. Nurfithria Ika Putri, Sp.KK
    • Dr. Kinanti Prabawaningrum, Sp.KK
    • Dr. Diah Nugrahaeni, Sp.KK

22nd Regional Conference of Dermatology (Asian-Australasian) Incorporating trhe 29th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Dermatological Society of Singapore.
21-24 April 2016
Organized by League of ASEAN Dermatological Societies (LADS) and Dermatological Society of Singapore

Entry Points


All travelers to Indonesia must be in possession of a Passport that is valid for at least six (6) months from the date of arrival, and have proof (tickets) of onward or return passage.

Free Tourist Visa

By Presidential Decree of 21 of 2016 dated on 2 March 2016 on Visa Free, replacing Presidential Regulation Number 104/2015 on Amendments to Presidential Regulation Number 69/2015 on Visa Free, Indonesia now provides special Short Stay Visa Free facilities for tourists who are nationals of a total 169 countries who wish to travel to Indonesia.

Tourist Visa Free Facilities are valid for 30 days, are non-extendable and cannot be transferred into any other type of of stay permit.

The visa exemption facility can be used for tourism, family visit, social visit, art and cultural, government duty, to deliver a speech or attend a seminar, international exhibition,meetings with head office or representative office in Indonesia, or transit.

Nationals of the 169 countries can enter and exit Indonesian Territory through 124 Immigration Checkpoints in airports, seaports and land borders.

For details and enquiries please contact the Indonesian Embassy in your home country.

If the 30 days of Visit Visa Exemption facility feels insufficient, visitor still can apply for Visa on Arrival (given for 30 days and extendable for another 30 days) or Visit Visa.


The Indonesian Government extends Visa on Arrival (VoA) to nationals of 61 countries which can be obtained at designated entry airports and sea ports. Visa-on-Arrival are valid for 30 days and are extendable with another 30 days to be applied at Immigration offices in Indonesia. Visas cost US$35

Please note that starting 26January 2010, the 7-day Visa-on-Arrival has been discontinued.

Exception to this is the Special Economic Zone in the Riau Islands province, where the 7-day Visa on Arrival (VoA) can still be obtained at the seaports on the islands of Batam, Bintan -including Tanjung Pinang and Bandar Bentan Telani –  and Karimun. The7-Day VoA Visa fee is US$ 15.

Countries extended Visa-on-Arrival facility are:

  1. Algeria, 2. Australia, 3.Argentina, 4.Austria, 5. Bahrain, 6. Belgium, 7. Brazil, 8. Bulgaria, 19. Canada, 10.Cyprus, 11. Denmark, 12. Egypt, 13. Estonia, 14.Fiji, 15. Finland, 16.France,17. Germany, 18.Greece 19.Hungary, 20.Iceland, 21.India, 22.Iran, 23. Ireland,24.Italy, 25. Japan, 26.Kuwait, 27. Lao PDR, 28.Latvia, 29.Libya, 30.Lithuania, 31.Liechtenstein, 32. Luxemburg, 33. Malta, 34. Maldives, 35.Monaco,36. Mexico, 37. New Zealand, 38. the Netherlands, 39. Norway, 40. Oman, 41.Panama, 42. The People’s Republic of China, 43.Poland, 44. Portugal, 45. Qatar, 46. Rumania, 47.Russia, 48.South Africa, 49.South Korea, 50.Switzerland, 51.Saudi Arabia, 52.Spain, 53.Suriname, 54.Sweden, 55.Slovakia, 56.Slovenia,57.Taiwan, 58. Tunisia. 59. the United Arab Emirates, 60. the United Kingdom,61. The United States of America.

More Information on imigration available at: http://www.imigrasi.go.id 

VISA Application at Indonesia Embassies or Consulates

Visitors from other countries must apply for visa at Indonesia Embassies or Consulates in their home country. In addition,  visas cannot be replaced with any other immigration letters.The visa shall then be administered by  the Visa Officer in the presence of the applicant concerned.

You may find information on Indonesia embassies and consulates contact details at the Ministry of Foreign Affair website on the following direct link: http://www.kemlu.go.id/

For further information on applying for visa to Indonesia, you may browse  http://www.indonesia.travel

Free entry visa is also provided to delegates registered in a conference that is officially convened. In addition, tourist visa can be obtained from every Indonesian Embassy or Consulate. You can visit Indonesia through certain means and gates, by air via Jakarta, Bali, Medan, Manado, Biak, Ambon, Surabaya and Batam; by sea via Semarang, Jakarta, Bali, Pontianak, Balikpapan, Tanjung Pinang and Kupang. Maximum stay in Indonesia is two months.


You will need to complete a Passenger Arrival Card before passing through Customs Passport Control. A passenger arrival card will be given to you during your flight; if not, cards are available in the arrival area. Customs prohibited and restricted goods, Bio security risk goods. After you’ve cleared passport control, you should collect your baggage and proceed through customs and bio security checks. In order to protect Indonesia and it’s environment, certain items are not allowed to be brought into the country, have restrictions for entry or must be declared if they are deemed to present a bio security risk. These include food, plants, animal products and outdoor recreational equipment.

Airport Tax

An airport tax of Rp150,000 isle vied by airports on departing passengers on international flights and Rp. 40,000 for those on domestic routes. Most airlines today incorporate airport tax into their total tickets cost on purchase. Do make sure that this is already included.   


Most hotels add a 10% service charge to the bill on top of the 10% tax. In restaurants where service charge is not added, a tip of 5 to 10% on the bill will be appropriate depending on the service and type of establishment.


Maximum items allowed by customs when you visit Indonesia:

  • 1 liter of alcoholic beverages
  • 200 cigarettes OR 50 cigars OR 100 grams of tobacco
  • Reasonable amount of perfume per adult, meaning if you arrive drenched in perfume the customs probably will not mind you carrying loads of bottles.
  • Cameras, video cameras, portable radios, cassette recorders, binoculars and sport equipments are admitted provided they are taken out on departure. They must be declared to Customs.
  • You are prohibited to carry:
  • Firearms
  • Narcotics drugs
  • Pornography materials
  • Chinese printing and medicines
  • Transceivers and cordless telephone
  • Films, pre-recorded video tapes, laser discs, VCDs, DVDs must be screened by Censor Board.
  • Import or export of foreign currencies and travelers’ checks are allowed. However, the import and export of Indonesia currency, exceeding 100 million Rupiah is prohibited.

Further information on customs and taxes in Indonesia, log into www.beacukai.go.id


Grand City Convex

Address : Jl. Walikota Mustajab No.1, Ketabang, Genteng, Kota SBY, Jawa Timur 60272, Indonesia

Website : www.grandcitysurabaya.com

Elegance meets functionality at The Grand City Ballroom. The 1,800m2 ballroom facility and 3,000m2 column-free multifunction convention center are elegant, multi-purpose venues suitable for hosting functions ranging from corporate events to luxurious gala affairs to traditiional wedding dinners. It is by far the largest function hall of its scale and class in the city.
Supported by spacious, convenient parking, Grand City Ballroom’s strategic location makes the obvious choice for grand functions. F & B provider located in next door Grand City shopping center stand to benefit enormously from catering opportunities created by Ballroom and Convention functions. Connecting passageways between the shopping center and Convention and Exhibition Center ensure easy access. Welcome to the Grand City Ballroom, marrying form and function to create the perfect event venue.


English is the official language of the conference.



Being a tropical country, Indonesia is blessed with two seasons, namely dry and rainy. Dry usually occurs from June to September and the rest is rainy season. Sunshine is abundant except in rainy season when the sky tends to be cloudy. It is advisable to visit Indonesia during dry season.

Make sure that your visit does not coincide with holiday festivities such as Muslim holiday Eid (or Lebaran, like Indonesians are fond to say), because the traffic tends to be heavy especially in Java island. Unless you are interested in seeing the festivals up close and experiencing them, of course.

Indonesia’s climate can be hot and humid, so bringing along sunblocks and moisturizers during dry season is recommended. No need to bring umbrellas during rainy season because they are abundant and can easily be bought even in small shops. You might need extra clothing though, and you can purchase them almost anywhere.



Surabaya major hub by Juanda International Airport, but this city can be reach localy by train, bus and ship. For more information about transportation in Surabaya pelase visit https://sparkling.surabaya.go.id/



The Indonesia Rupiah is also called IDR. Information of daily exchange rate can be found in newspapers or from the net. Some Indonesia banks provide this on their websites. IDR and US$ are the most acceptable currencies. Most tourism resorts have money changer facilities. When you are traveling to remote areas it is advisable to exchange your money and clear your check. Credit cards are only acceptable in big hotels, restaurants, shops and traveling agencies.



Electric power supply is 220 volts in all regions. So be careful with your 110-volt electronic equipment. The sockets will only fit with with two pins rounded-tip plugs (technically known as Type C, E, and F) or use adaptors. Most hotels and many restaurants in large cities provide internet connections or free WiFi.



Participants requiring an official letter of invitation to enable them to make their arrangements to participate in the Conference, may contact info@rcd20168.com to request for one.

Kindly note requests for invitation letters are generally processed within 5 to 7 business days.

It must be understood that such letters do not represent a commitment on the part of the Organising Committee or Conference Organiser to provide any form of financial assistance.   The letter will be sent to you via email.

If you require an original print out letter, it is recommended that you send your request 3 months in advance to allow for delivery by post and administrative time.



The Congress Secretariat and Organisers cannot accept liability for personal accidents or loss of or damage to private property of participants and accompanying persons. Participants are advised to take out their own personal travel and health insurance for their trip.



Please do not hesitate to contact the Conference Secretariat if you require any additional information or assistance. Please address all correspondence to:
Ruko Ngagel Jaya Indah A71
Jl. Ngagel Jaya Indah II
Surabaya 60284
Phone +62822-301-555-23 (Dinar) or +62822-2810-8261 (Yuri)
Email info@rcd2018.com
Website: www.rcd2018.com


The 23 rd Regional Conference of Dermatology (Asian-Australasian) in corporating with 16th Annual Scientific Meeting of Indonesian Society Dermatology & Venereology is being held in Surabaya and being supported by Airlangga University, which is one of the oldest university in Indonesia. Suitable with the vision of Airlangga University that is to become an independent, innovative, and leading university at a national and international level as well as the pioneer of the development of science, technology, and humanities based on religious morality.

Before Airlangga University was established, the origin of universities in Indonesia was ‘Dokter Djawa School’ in Batavia, 1851. Later on, the institution was being reorganized to School Tot Opleiding van Indische Artsen (STOVIA) in 1902. In May 8, 1913, Nederlands Indische Artsen School (NIAS) was founded as a medical education center in Surabaya. It was located located at Jl. Kedungdoro 38 Surabaya, but then was moved to its present location on Jl. Major General Prof. Dr. Moestopo Surabaya in 1923. In 1928, School Tot Opleiding van Indische Tandartsen (STOVIT) established as dental medicine school. After the Japanese reign ended in 1945, the Indonesian Government renamed the institution to be Perguruan Tinggi Kedokteran RI. Post-Independence conflicts had stalled its progress, yet in 1948, the government re-opened and renamed NIAS as Faculteit der Geneeskunde as a branch of Universiteit von Indonesie, Jakarta. Then in November 1 st , 1954, the institution was being separated from Universiteit Indonesia. In November 10th , 1954, Indonesian government officially established Airlangga University as the first higher education institution in East Indonesia and as the third state university in Indonesia after Indonesia University and Gajah Mada University. The inauguration ceremony was done by the first President of Indonesia, Dr. Ir. Soekarno.

The faculty medicine of Airlangga University is affiliated with Dr. Soetomo general hospital, the biggest hospital in eastern Indonesia and one of the central referral hospital in Indonesia.

More info about Airlangga University please visit http://www.unair.ac.id

About Surabaya

Surabaya is the biggest and the oldest city in Indonesia, with total area of 330.45 km2 and total population of more than 3 million people at night and more than 5 million people at work hours. Surabaya is located on the northeast of Java Island. People from different ethnicities coming from the eastern part of Indonesia (such as Maduranese, Balinese, etc.) have been visiting and living in Surabaya as the result. In addition to the two ethnic groups mentioned above, people of Chinese, Arabians, and Indians descendants also inhabit the city along with the native Surabayans (Javanese), making Surabaya to be a multi-ethnic and multi-religion city. The name Surabaya appeared in Nagarakretagama, a eulogy to King HayamWuruk of the great Majapahit Kingdom written on lontar leaves in 1365. Historian also believed that the armada of Kublai Khan was beaten around the harbour area of Surabaya in 1293.


Hero’s Museum

The tragedy on 10th November 1945 and another historical episode, made Surabaya well known as the Heroes City. It is one of the reason it was built. Although there are many military statues in and around Surabaya, this one is certainly the imposing. The heroes monument stands like a rocket pointed towards the moon, in Taman Kebonrojo at the opposite of the East Java Governor’s Office, Pahlawan street Central Surabaya. It’s not omate or even decorative, not particulary large, but its simplicity may have been the delibrate plan of its architect to convey humble, rather than bellicose pride. The monument becomes a centre of major attention every November 10th, the day in 1945 when Surabaya com-memorates those heroes who died during the independence war.


Majapahit Hotel

Mojopahit Hotel located at Tunjungan street (Central Surabaya), once it called LMS, Orange Hotel, Yamato hotel, Hoteru hotel and it became Europe and Nederland Center to give back authority Nederland in Surabaya. On 19th September 1945 there was a flag incident, that was the Surabaya troop tore the blue flag of the Nederland become white and red. The incident made the Nederland angry until one of them Mr. Pluegman died.


Remo Dance

Usually performed as a welcome ceremony, represents the dynamic character of the Surabaya community, it pictures the spontaneity of courageous knight. The accompanying gamelan musical intruments include gending, bonang, saron, gambang, gender, slenthem, zitter, flute, ketuk kenong, kempul and gong.The tunes are Jula-Juli Surabaya, Tropongan, sometimes continued by Walang Kekek, Gedog Rancak, Krucilan or new creations. The Remo dance has two styles, boyish or girlish. Accordingly the dancers are boys or girls, it may be performed singly or in a group to welcome as a honor of guest and visitors. It may also and serve as an opening dance of the Ludruk performance.The dancers wear three kinds costumes, the Sawunggaling or Surabaya style. The upper part is black, representing an 18th century noble dress. The trousers are black velvet with the golden ornament and batik.The Remo dance was particularly promoted around 1900,it was utilized by the Indonesian nationalist to communicate with the community.


House of Sampoerna

Undoubtedly the city’s best-presented attraction, the House of Sampoerna is the home of one of Indonesia’s most famous kretek cigarette manufacturers (now owned by US-giant Altria, formerly Philip Morris). Whatever you think about the tobacco industry, this factory and museum make a fascinating place to visit. The building itself is a wonderful 19th-century Dutch structure, originally an orphanage but later converted into a theatre (indeed, Charlie Chaplin once dropped by)


Bromo Sunrise

The magnificence of Mount Bromo is that few underestimate; the sheer size of this volcano with its almost alien surrounding landscape only can be properly experienced when climbing up to the top and just stare towards the east as the sun slowly rises. Visitors to Mount Bromo will see something truly spectacular, made by Mother Nature. Surrounding Mount Bromo offer a plethora of picture-perfect sights and moments, so better bring your camera, charge your battery and have sufficient space available on your memory card.


More info about Surabaya please visit http://sparkling.surabaya.go.id/


Please do not hesitate to contact the Conference Secretariat if you require any additional information or assistance. Please address all correspondence to:

Ruko Ngagel Jaya Indah A71
Jl. Ngagel Jaya Indah II
Surabaya 60284
Phone +62822-301-555-23 (Dinar) or +62822-2810-8261 (Yuri)
Email info@rcd2018.com, abstract@rcd2018.com or registration@rcd2018.com
Website: www.rcd2018.com