High Dimensional Data Analysis
Social Media Analytics for Society and Crisis Communication
Mathematics and Statistics
Mathematics Education

Scientific Programme

The programme of ICW-HDDA-X 2020 consists of Plenary talks, Invited talks, Contributed talks (expected 200 talks), Poster (expected 50 posters), and Workshop on HDDA. There will be 4 Tracks in ICW-HDDA-X 2020 as follows:

Track A: High Dimensional Data Analysis
  1. Variable Selection
  2. Incomplete Data
  3. Dependence Measure
  4. Dimension Reduction
  5. Linear Models
  6. Microbiome Data and Application
Track B: Social Media Analytics for Society and Crisis Communication
  1. Social Media Analytics including fake news, social bots, disinformation, filter bubbles, virality, and related topics on misinformation in online media
  2. Data Mining
  3. Network Analysis
  4. Society in Crisis
  5. Data Sources and Management
  6. Sensemaking and Communication Roles in Social Media Crisis Communication
  7. Data Extraction and Analysis Prototype for Crisis Response Management
  8. Assessment of Communication and Data Dissemination Measures Resulting in Social Media Communication
  9. Automated Communication/(Social) Bots
  10. Ethno-informatics for Society using Social Media
Track C: Mathematics and Statistics
  1. Algebra Theory and Its Generalizations, Number Theory
  2. Algebraic and Complex Geometry, Geometry
  3. Topology, Analysis and its Applications
  4. Dynamical Systems and Ordinary Differential Equations
  5. Partial Differential Equations
  6. Probability and Statistics
  7. Combinatorics and Graph Theory
  8. Mathematical Aspects of Computer Science, Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing
  9. Mathematics in Science, Technology, Social and Economic Sciences, Finance and Actuarial Science.
  10. Control Theory and Optimization
Track D: Mathematics Education
  1. Ethnomathematics
  2. Realistic Mathematics
  3. Mathematics Learning using Technology
  4. Innovation and Application of Instructional Methods in Mathematics
  5. Curriculum Development in Mathematics Education
  6. Mathematics Education for Students with Disability
  7. Mathematics Literacy
  8. Lesson Study for Learning Community on Mathematics
  9. EducationTechnological, Pedagogical, Content, Knowledge (TPACK) in the Mathematics Education
  10. Current Trends in Mathematics Educational Assessment and Evaluation
  11. High Order Thinking (HOT) in Mathematics Education
  12. ICT – Based Instructional Design in Mathematics Education

Plenary, Invited, Contributed talks and Poster.

The plenary, invited, contributed and poster speakers in ICW-HDDA-X 2020 are prominent and leading statisticians, mathematicians, and data scientists from South-East Asia, Asia, Europe, the USA and from other continents. Each plenary talk will have time allocation of 40 minutes (including questions), the invited talk will be in 30 minutes and contributed talk in 20 minutes (including questions) by the online meeting. Furthermore, the poster session will be presented using a virtual room on the conference ‘s website.

POSTER: Abstracts can be submitted for oral presentations and poster. All abstracts will be reviewed by the scientific committee and accepted abstracts will be notified by the deadline, 24 August 2020.

The list of plenary speakers is:
In each session, there are 1-6 invited speakers. These invited speakers represent all countries in Southeast Asia, Asia, Europe, the USA, as well as other countries and continents. In total, there will be at least 17-20 invited speakers in 4 tracks/sessions.

Track Topic Invited Speaker
A High Dimensional Data Analysis
  1. Chang Yu (Vanderbilt University Medical Center, USA)
  2. Hong Gu (Dalhousie University, Canada)
  3. Ali Shojaie (University of Washington, USA)
  4. Hongyuan Cao (Florida Stae University, USA)
  5. Liqun Wang (University of Manitoba, Canada)
  6. Andrey Feuerverger (University of Toronto, Canada)
B Social Media Analytics for Society and Crisis Communication
  1. Suzan Verberne (Leiden University, the Netherlands)
  2. Bjorn Ross (University of Edinburgh, Scotland)
  3. Frank Takes (Leiden University, the Netherlands)
  4. Tim A. Majchrzak/Jaziar Radianti (University of Agder, Norway)
  5. Budi Nurani Ruchjana/Atje Setiawan Abdullah (Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia)
C Mathematics and Statistics
  1. Ch. Rini Indrati (Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia)
  2. Nursanti Anggriani (Universitas Padjadjaran, Indonesia)
  3. Sarini Abdullah (Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia)
  4. Komang Darmawan (Universitas Udayana, Indonesia)
D Mathematics Education
  1. Yaya S. Kusumah (Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Indonesia)
  2. Zulkardi (Universitas Sriwijaya, Indonesia)
  3. Euis Eti Rohaeti (IKIP Siliwangi, Indonesia)
  4. Rully Charitas Indra Prahmana (Universitas Ahmad Dahlan, Indonesia)