Prof Dr Ioan Pop
Emeritus Prof.Dr Ioan Pop obtained his PhD in Mathematics from the Univer sity of Bucharest, Romania in 1970. Currently, he is an Emeritus Professor of Mathematics at the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Babes-Bolyai. His research interests include fluid mechanics, heat transfer, boundary-layer theory, heat transfer in Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids, magneto-hydrodynamics and convective flow in fluid-saturated porous media He has published over 450 journals, papers and 6 books on heat transfer. He is a member of Editorial Board of several journals including Journal of Theoretical and Applied Fluid Mechanics, Journal of Porous Media, Journal of Pure and Applied Physics and International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer. Prof.. Pop was awarded the research prize in 1968 by the Romanian Ministry of Education and Science and the Gheorghe Lazar prize in 1983 by the Romanian Academy of Science for the book Unsteady Boundary Layer Theory.
YBhg. Dato' Sri Dr Mohd Uzir Mahidin
|Dr. Mohd Uzir Mahidin attained his PhD in Economics from the University of Sheffield, United Kingdom. Currently, he is the Chief Statistician of Department of Statistics Malaysia (DOSM). He has served the Department of Statistics Malaysia for the past 27 years since his first posting as a Statistician in 1990. Over the years, he served various divisions, namely National Accounts, External Foreign and Trade Statistics, Industrial Production & Construction, Services Division and his previous appointment was the Deputy Chief Statistician (Programme Social/Demographic). He is an active member of various global expert groups and international associations, such as the UNWTO Tourism Statistics, Expert Group on Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (ESCAP), Executive Committee (Exco) International Association for Official Statistics (IAOS), ASEAN Secretariat on SNA Statistics, ISI-South East Asia Network and Regional Programme on Economic Statistics. Recently, he had become a member of High Level Group for Partnership, Coordination and Capacity-Building for Monitoring Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and the ASEAN Community Statistical System (ACSS). He is also the Exco member of Institute Statistics Malaysia (ISM) and the Chairman of the Local Organising Committee of ISI World Statistics Congress 2019 whereby Malaysia will be the host. Till date he has presented various papers in distinguished conferences. Besides being a learned person, he is also very active in sports and social activities such as involved in Parent-School Consultation Program Sheffield, UK.|
Dr Dzaharudin Mansor
|Dr. Dzahar received a First Class Honors Degree in Computer Systems Engineering
from Monash University, Australia in 1985, and completed his PhD in Computer
Science in 1988. Dr Dzahar joined Microsoft in 2005 and has more than 32 years of
professional experience in ICT and telecommunications in senior leadership,
engineering, research as well as academic roles.
In 2010, he had the honor of leading the Business Services Economic Transformation
Program (ETP) Labs. He also presently is an Adjunct Professor at International Islamic
University Malaysia (IIUM) and member of Industrial Advisory Panels at several other
universities where he works closely with academia and research on topics such as
Software Engineering, Computer Architectures, Cyber Security, Telecommunications,
Data Science and AI. He also holds several associate positions at, PIKOM, MQA, FMM
Dr. Dzahar is passionate about technology and aspires to contribute towards the
nation’s Digital Economy initiative.
After a stint in the UK at University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST), Dr. Suhartono completed his PhD in Statistics at Gadjah Mada University in Yogyakarta, and continued Posdoctoral program at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). Now, he is a leading researcher at Department of Statistics, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) in Surabaya.
Dr. Suhartono is a Head of Department of Statistics ITS. He has taught time series analysis, multivariate analysis, data analysis, research methodology, and machine learning especially neural network for the past 20 years. He has presented numerous program and workshops to executives, educators, and research professionals in Indonesia and Malaysia, particularly about time series forecasting. Suhartono’s research has been published in many scholarly journals. As a head of department, Suhartono regularly tutors, advises, and provides consulting support to undergraduate and postgraduate students on Time Series Forecasting,Spatio-Temporal Model, Multivariate Data Analysis, and Machine Learning for data analysis. Recently, Dr. Suhartono developes Multivariate Spatio-Temporal Model based on Multivariate Generalized Space Time Autoregressive (MGSTAR) as Statistical Method and Multioutput Deep Learning Network (MDLN) as Machine Learning Method. Moreover, he also proposes the hybrid model by combining MGSTAR and MDLN for forecasting Multivariate Spatio-Temporal Data.
Prof Dr Mohammad Isa Irawan
|Prof. Dr. Mohammad Isa Irawan obtained his PhD in Computer Science from Vienna University of Technology - Austria in 1998. Currenly, he is a profesor of Mathematics at the Faculty of Mathematics Computing and Data Science (FMKSD), Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) Surabaya, Indonesia. His research interest and his publications from the laboratory of computer science Dept of Mathematics ITS include: business intelligence, decision support system, data mining, machine learning and computational biology (bioinformatics).|
Prof Kal'menov Tynysbek Sharipovich
Tynysbek Sharipovich is a graduate of Novosibirsk State University (1969) and a representative of the school of A.V. Bitsadze, the outstanding scientist, the member-correspondent
of the Academy of sciences of the USSR . From 1972 till 1985 T.Sh. Kal'menov worked in the Institute of mathematics of the Academy of sciences of the KazSSR, where he made a career from a junior researcher to the head of laboratory. From 1985 till 1991 T.Sh. Kal'menov worked as the dean of mathematical faculty of Kazakh State University, from 1991 till 1997 he was the rector of Kazakh chemical-technology-University, South-Kazakhstan technical University. In the period from 1998 till 2003 he was the head of department of South-Kazakhstan State University. In 2004 T.Sh. Kal'menov returned to Almaty, where he became the General director of the Center of physical-mathematical researches of the Ministry of education of the Republic of Kazakhstan, reformed into the Institute of mathematics, informatics and mechanics, then into the Institute of mathematics and mathematical modeling in 2012. A characteristic feature of the mathematical creation of T.Sh. Kal'menov is the plenty of original methods and non-standard approaches to solving mathematical problems. T.Sh. Kal'menov belongs to one of the few scientists managed to leave a mark almost in all fields of mathematics that he has studied. He is the worthy successor to his teacher Andrei Vasil'evich Bitsadze, the member-correspondent of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR and the bright continuator of traditions of the Soviet mathematical school. More than 50 master's theses and 11 doctoral theses have been defended under supervision of T.Sh. Kal'menov. He has more than 150 published scientific works, a great amount of which have been published in international mathematical journals. Among them 14 works have been published in the journal "Proceedings of the USSR Academy of Sciences / Doklady Mathematics". He has published 30 works in highly rated international journals for last 5 years. T.Sh. Kal'menov constructed the general theory of regular boundary value problems for equations of hyperbolic and mixed types. T.Sh. Kal'menov described all the well-posed boundary value problems: for a wave equation in a characteristic triangle; for a multidimensional wave equation in a characteristic cone; for a Lavrent'ev-Bitsadze equation and for a Tricomi equation; for a multidimensional equation of mixed type. And for the first time a multidimensional correct analogue of the Darboux problem was constructed, and its solution in the explicit form was given. A large series of papers of T.Sh. Kal'menov is devoted to the spectral theory of equations of hyperbolic and mixed types. In contrast to the theory of solvability, spectral problems for the equations of hyperbolic and mixed types are poorly understood. On the basis of this new principle of extremum, which is named maximum principle of Kal'menov, he solved the problem of the existence of an eigenvalue of the Tricomi problem (this problem is not Volterra), and this fact laid the basis of a new perspective scientific direction, that is, the spectral theory of equations of mixed type. The existence of eigenvalues of the Tricomi problem was proved both for a Lavrent'ev_Bitsadze problem and for a general Gellerstedt problem.
T.Sh. Kal'menov has been honored by a number of high awards and titles for his long-standing scientific, pedagogical and social- organizational activity. In 1978 he was honored with the premium of Lenin Komsomol of Kazakhstan, in 1996 he became the Honored Worker of Science and Technology of the Republic of Kazakhstan. In 1989 he was elected as a member-correspondent of the Academy of sciences of Kazakh SSR, and in 2003 he became an academician of the National Academy of sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan. T.Sh. Kal'menov was honored with orders and medals of the Republic of Kazakhstan, and in 2013 he was awarded the State premium in the field of science and technology for the series of papers "To the theory of initial-boundary value problems for differential equations".