Aswi

AswiQualifications:

  • Master of Science in Statistics, Sepuluh November Institute of Technology, Indonesia. (Thesis: Diagnostics Check of Residuals in Nonparametric Regression)
  • Bachelor of Education in Mathematics Education, State University of Makassar, Indonesia. (Final Project: The effect of Attitude towards Test Type against Mathematics Mastering for Students of SMA Negeri 3 Makassar)

Research Interests:

  •  Bayesian
  • Spatial and Spatio-temporal
  • Survival Analysis
  • Time Series Analysis

Project:

Title: Bayesian Spatio-temporal modeling of small areas: Dengue fever in Makassar Indonesia

The overall aim of my research is to develop Bayesian models that reveal spatial and spatio-temporal trends in disease for regions with a small number of areas, with a focus on understanding dengue fever in Makassar Indonesia.

About me:

I am a full time PhD student in Statistical Science, School of Mathematical Sciences, Science and Engineering Faculty, QUT. I am currently a permanent lecturer at Department of Mathematics and Statistics, State University of Makassar, Indonesia (2003-date); secretary at Data Analysis Unit of Mathematics Department State University of Makassar (2011-2013), consultant at data analysis unit of Mathematics Department State University of Makassar (2009-2013). I achieved recognition as a professional lecture in August 2011 in Indonesia and as an Associate Fellow of The Higher Education Academy (AFHEA), UK in August 2019. During this time, I have published 6  Statistics text books (Indonesian version).

Publication:

Peer-reviewed journal article

Conferences:

  • A.Aswi, Mengersen Kl, Cramb SM, Moraga P.  Spatio-temporal modelling of dengue fever in Makassar using Bayesian methods. ACEMS Retreat 2016. 2-4 November 2016, University of Technology Sydney, SW. (Oral presentation: Three Minutes talk). URL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Etk_D41T–o.
  • Aswi, A; Cramb, S; Duncan, E; Mengersen, K. Evaluating the impact of small number of areas on spatial estimation. The Young Statistician Conference (YSC). 26 September 2017 – 27 September 2017. Twin Towns, Coolangatta, Queensland, Australia. (Oral presentation). URL http://ysc2017.com.au/program.html#wednesday
  • Aswi, A; Cramb, S;  Mengersen, K. Bayesian spatio-temporal estimation of dengue fever: when areas are few. Bayes on the Beach 2017”. 13th– 15th November 2017. Mantra Legends Hotel, Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia (poster presentation). poster for BOB_2017.
  • ACEMS Retreat 2017. 30 October 2017 – 3 November 2017. Mantra Legends Hotel, Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia (participant).
  • Aswi, A; Cramb, S; Duncan, E; Mengersen, K. Bayesian spatial estimation when areas are few. The international Biometric Society Australasian Region conference, 26-30th November 2017. Mantra on Salt Beach, Kingscliff, New South Wales, Australia. (Oral presentation). Biometrics-By-The-Border-International-Biometrics-Society-Australas
  • Aswi, A; Mengersen, K; Cramb, S; Hu, W; White, G. Comparison of different Bayesian spatio-temporal models using R packages. UseR! Conference. 10-13 July 2018.  Brisbane, Australia. (Lightening poster presentation). poster for useR_ASWI.
  • Aswi, A; Mengersen, K; Cramb, S; Hu, W; White, G. Comparing spatio-temporal models using CARBayes: An Application to dengue fever in Makassar, Indonesia. The joint international society for clinical Biostatistics and Australian Statistical Conference 2018. 26-30 August 2018. Melbourne, Australia. (oral presentation). ISCB_Presentation Certificate
  • Aswi, A; Mengersen, K; Cramb, S; Hu, W; White, G. Temporal modelling of dengue fever: A comprehensive literature review. 3rd International Conference on Mathematics, Sciences, Technology, Education and their application (ICSMTEA) in Conjunction with 1st International Symposium on Green Materials & Technology (ISGMT). Universitas Negeri Makassar (UNM). 29-30 September 2018. Makassar, Indonesia. (Oral presentation). ICMSTEA_presentation certificate .
  • Aswi, A; Mengersen, K; Cramb, S; Hu, W; White, G. Bayesian spatio-temporal models using R-INLA. “VARIANSI” conference 2018. Statistics Study Program. Universitas Negeri Makassar (UNM). 10 October 2018. Makassar, Indonesia. (Oral presentation).Abstract_ASWI
  • Aswi, A; Mengersen, K; Cramb, S; Hu, W; White, G. Bayesian spatio-temporal models using R-INLA. ACEMS Retreat 2018. 28 October 2018-2 November 2018, Torquay, Melbourne, Victoria (Oral presentation). URL https://acems.org.au/events/acems-2018-retreat
  • Aswi, A; Mengersen, K; Cramb, S; Hu, W; White, G. The impact of covariates on the grouping structure of a Bayesian spatio-temporal localised model. Australasian Applied Statistics Conference 2018. 3-7 December 2018, New Zealand. (oral presentation). AASC_Presentation Certificates.
  • Student Leadership Conference: Momentum. 30 March 2019. QUT Gardens Point Campus. Brisbane, Australia. (Participant).
  • Aswi, A;  Cramb, S; Hu, W; White, G; Mengersen, K. Evaluating the interplay between clusters, climatic covariates and spatial priors in spatio-temporal modelling of dengue in Makassar. Ecosystem Change and Population Health (ECAPH) symposium. 3-4 June 2019, Brisbane, Australia. (poster presentation).
  • Aswi, A;  Cramb, S; Hu, W; White, G; Mengersen, K. Bayesian spatio-temporal Conditional Autoregressive Localised model. ACEMS Retreat 2019. 28 October 2019 -1 November 2019, Stamford Grand Adelaide,  Glenelg, South Australia (Oral presentation).
  • Aswi, A;  Cramb, S; Hu, W; White, G; Mengersen, K. Evaluating the interplay between clusters, climatic covariates and spatial priors in spatio-temporal modelling of dengue in Makassar. Bayes on the Beach 2019”. 25th– 27th November 2019. Mantra Legends Hotel, Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia (poster presentation).ASWI_ poster_BOB2019.
  • Data Science and Social Good Symposium. 29 November 2019. QUT Gardens Point Campus. Brisbane, Australia. (Participant).

BRAG Presentations:

EHID (Environmental Health under Infectious Disease ) presentations:

  • 24 July 2017: Bayesian Spatio-Temporal Modelling of Small Areas: Dengue Fever in Makassar Indonesia.
  • 5 March 2018: Comparing Spatio-temporal models using CARBayes: An application to dengue fever in Makassar, Indonesia.
  • 11 March 2019: The impact of covariates on the grouping structure of a Bayesian spatio-temporal localised model.
  • 10 June 2019: Forecasting Dengue Fever cases in Makassar, Indonesia using a SARIMA model.

Prizes

  • Winner of one of four student places at UseR2018! competition, SSA(Statistical Society of Australia) Qld branch for the essay, “Why I would like to represent the Society at the conference”.
  • Winner of the SSA-QLD student travel funding to present at the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics and Australian Statistical Conference. 2018.https://statsoc.org.au/page-1075319

Awards and achievements

  •  Award as the best student presentation at Australasian Applied Statistics Conference (AASC). 3-7 December 2018, Rotorua, New Zealand. an award_AASC_NZ

Recognition

Professional Membership

  • Statistical Society of Australia (SSA)
  • International Society for Clinical Biostatistics (ISCB)
  • The International Statistical Institute (ISI)

Contact Details:

  • aswi@hdr.qut.edu.au
  • aswikarne@yahoo.com

Links:

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