International Conference on 

Green Sustainable Technology and Management 


Conference Tracks

Track 1 : Health and Life Sciences 


The health and life sciences sectors continue to play a pivotal role in fostering sustainable development. The symbiotic relationship between human well-being and environmental health underscores the importance of integrating sustainability into all facets of healthcare and life sciences. These aims include medical efforts focused on protecting individuals' well-being, such as addressing the antimicrobial resistance challenge and mitigating the likelihood of outbreaks and global health crises. Conversely, endeavors to tackle climate change, guaranteed access to clean water and land, enhanced sanitation facilities to improve the quality of life, and foster sustainable innovation and infrastructure for environmental preservation hold equal significance. This year, ICGSTM 2024 is once again proud to feature this dedicated track focusing on sustainable development within the health and life sciences domain. Together, we can harness the power of knowledge and collaboration to forge pathways towards sustainable healthcare, environmental stewardship, and collective well-being.

Track Chair: Ms. Lalita Ambigai Sivasamugham


Assistant Track Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Douglas Law

Mr Rajkumar Krishnan Vasanthi

Track 2 : Information Technology


The conference track "Information Technology" is aiming to exploring the pivotal role of Information Technology (IT) in advancing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the UN. The track will cover a wide range of subjects such as AI and big data to combat climate change, improve access to high-quality education via online learning environments, and use telemedicine and digital health services to promote health and well-being. This conference track provides an exceptional opportunity to explore interdisciplinary approaches and collaborative efforts across the technology industry, government, academia, and non-profit organisations. It seeks to inspire action, create collaboration, and demonstrate how IT can serve as a catalyst for attaining the SDGs, ultimately contributing to a more sustainable, resilient, and equitable future for all.

Track Chair: Professor Ts. Dr. Siti Sarah Maidin 

Assistant Track Chair: Dr. Nur Fatin Liyana Mohd Rosely


Track 3 : Engineering and Innovation Technology


The Engineering and Innovation Technology track at our conference provides an exciting platform for exploring groundbreaking advancements and novel approaches in engineering practices. This track covers various disciplines within engineering and focuses on the latest technological innovations, methodologies, and strategies that shape the future of the field. From cutting-edge developments in renewable energy and sustainable infrastructure to transformative applications of artificial intelligence and machine learning, participants will gain insights into how technology is revolutionizing engineering solutions. Through keynote presentations, panel discussions, and interactive sessions, attendees will have the opportunity to engage with leading experts, researchers, and industry practitioners, fostering collaboration and knowledge exchange. Whether you're an academic researcher, industry professional or technology enthusiast, the Engineering and Innovation Technology track offers a stimulating environment to explore emerging trends, share best practices, and inspire future innovations in engineering.

Track Chair: Associate Professor Ts. Dr.  Lee Hoong Pin

Assistant Track Chair: Associate Professor Dr. Low Wen Pei 

Track 4 : Business and Management


The business and management track welcomes academicians, practitioners, and students to share their research, case studies, and theoretical explorations on several influential trends that are shaping the future of work. This year, we are exploring different approaches businesses are taking to manage both concrete and abstract work costs by offering innovative benefits such as housing subsidies and caregiver support, indicating a notable shift towards comprehensive employment structures. The emergence of generative AI demands a thorough reassessment of job functions, emphasizing the incorporation of AI-enhanced processes to enhance human work rather than replace it. The efficacy and ramifications of implementing a four-day workweek on employee well-being and productivity, as well as the growing significance of conflict resolution abilities in the current tense work environment, will be subjects of discussion. Researchers critically evaluate GenAI's challenges and opportunities, advocating for a differing deployment strategy. The transition from focusing on degrees to emphasizing skills in hiring criteria signifies a shift towards inclusivity, expanding the pool of talented individuals. We also investigate how organizations are incorporating climate change response strategies and disaster preparedness into their employee benefits, demonstrating a strong dedication to sustainability and safety. The track aims to show how diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives are becoming more integrated into business operations and how career paths are changing in response to evolving workforce expectations. We welcome submissions that provide creative viewpoints on navigating these trends to improve organizational competitiveness and promote a sustainable, fair business environment.

Track Chair: Professor Dr. Walton Wider

Assistant Track Chair: Associate Professor Dr.  Anantha Raj A. Arokiasamy

Track 5 : Education and Liberal Arts


Quality education, essential for global progress, finds its sustainable essence in the Educational Sustainability Track of the International Conference on Green Sustainable Technology and Management 2024. Here, the spotlight focuses on strategies that intertwine sustainability with educational excellence worldwide. This track illuminates the transformative role of education, showcasing innovative curricula, pedagogical methods, and institutional frameworks that nurture both academic rigour and environmental consciousness. Experts, educators, and policymakers converge to exchange insights on cultivating eco-literacy, fostering sustainable mindsets, and building a generation ready to confront pressing global challenges. From successful green school models to discussions on infusing sustainability across disciplines, this track ignites collaborative efforts toward an environmentally responsible educational ecosystem. Join us as we shape a future where quality education not only thrives but also sustains our planet for generations to come.

Track Chair: Associate Professor Phawani A. Vijayaratnam

Assistant Track Chair:  Dr. Subashini K Rajanthran

  Professor Dr. Abd Majid Mohd Isa