About the Journal

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) consisting of 17 goals
is a universal call to ensure that by 2030 all people enjoy peace and prosperity. However, the SDGs are a new paradigm for humans on earth that criticizes human problems in dealing with the impact of technology on the natural environment such as air, water and plastic waste pollution.
Likewise, the Industrial Revolution 4.0 is a new paradigm in technology, namely a rapid change in technology, industry, and societal patterns and processes in the 21st century. IR 4.0 can impact humans', particularly the presence of computer technology and automation in dominant industries. In addition, IR 4.0 has increased machine productivity while increasing natural resource exploration. In fact, the two paradigms are paradoxes that have different characters and targets. The purpose of The Third International Conference on Innovations in Social Sciences Education and Engineering (ICoISSEE-3) is to discuss and share experiences in achieving the 17 SDGs goals. As well as implementing the IR 4.0 transformation in various multidisciplinary perspectives by Indonesian and foreign academics and researchers.