3rd International Symposium on Insects (ISoI 2018)

Theme: "Insect: Beyond Expectations”


i)   To provide a medium of exchange of professional thought.
ii)  To explore and understand the function of insect life from various aspects of insect studies.
iii) To foster global networking among entomologists at the international level.

Date: 19-21 March 2018

Venue: Bayview Hotel, Langkawi, Kedah, MALAYSIA.


The scopes of this symposium includes all areas of insect and entomology fields such as (but not limited to)

•  Insects Systematics and Evolution
•  Entotourism and Education
•  Molecular Entomology and Biotechnology
•  Behavioral and Chemical Ecology
•  Insect Physiology and Biochemistry
•  Pesticide Resistance and Toxicology
•  Biodiversity and Conservation
•  Integrated Pest Management
•  Medical and Urban Entomology
•  Invasive Alien Species
•  Acaralogy and topics related to insects

Importance deadlines: Updated on 19 Dec. 2017

Abstract Submission – 31/01/2018
Letter of Acceptance – 10/02/2018
Payment – 15/02/2018

Selected papers will be considered to be published in cited journal -
Serangga or e-proceeding (ISoI 2014).

Registration fee:

Local participant RM 900.00
Local student RM 650.00
International participant USD 450.00
International student USD 300.00

Online registration: Closed. To participate, please email.

Organizer: Entomological Society of Malaysia (ENTOMA).

Co-organizer: Center for Insect Systematics,
                          Faculty of Science and Technology,
                          Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.

Find us on:

ENTOMA - Entomological Society of Malaysia
School of Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences
Faculty of Science and Technology, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
43600 Bangi, Selangor, MALAYSIA
Tel: +603-89215219; Fax: +603-89213357, Email: entomologymalaysia@gmail.com
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Integrated mosquito management (IMM) using digital mosquito system (DMS) with practices in Korea and Thailand

Prof. Dr. Yeon Jae Bae
Laboratory of Biodiversity and Ecology
Division of Environmental Science and Ecological Engineering
College of Life Sciences and Biotechnology
Korea University, Seoul, Korea.

Plenary 1:

Insects – Biodiversity and diversity of opportunities in research and utility

Prof. Dr. Kong Luen Heong
Qiushi Professor
Zhejiang University, China and Adjunct Professor, Universiti Putra Malaysia

Plenary 2:

Man and mosquitoes: challenges to vector control

Prof. Dr. Abu Hassan Ahmad
School of Biological Sciences
Universiti Sains Malaysia

Mail/Email/Fax to:

Dr. Izfa Riza Hazmi
School of Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences
Faculty of Science and Technology
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
43600 Bangi, Selangor
Email: entomologymalaysia@gmail.com
Tel: +603-89215698 / +603-89215695
Fax:: +603-89253357
Updated 10 March 2018             Updated 10 March 2018