Mr Wuryatmo Sidik

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Postal address: GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Biography

Wuryatmo is currently pursuing a PhD degree on Mathematical epidemiology of infectious disease at the School of Computer Science Engineering and Mathematics, Flinders University. Wuryatmo is also a casual teching staff at the school.

Honours, awards and grants

IDP (International Development Program) scholarship (1989-1992), WB (World Bank) fellowship, 1994, ADB (Asia Development Bank) fellowship, 1999, DGHE RI scholarship (2008-2011)

Key responsibilities

Researcher and Tutor for IM1A, IM1B, Stat 1412-1512, Stat2032/4/6

Teaching

Teaching interests

Tutor for IM1A, IM1B, Stat 1412-1512, Stat2032/4/6

Research and supervision

Research interests

Mathematical modeling and computational studies of complex biological systems and resource managements. Past projects: Mathematical studies of turbulent blood through an arterial bifurcation, Telecommunication bandwidth management by devising private virtual networks. Current project: Mathematical models for analyzing the disease spread and control of avian influenza in developing countries. 

Publications

Conference publications
  • Sidik, W.A., Bottema, M. and Bajger, M. (2011). A Cross-Species Avian Human Influenza Epidemic Model: Effects of some control strategies. In Proceedings of ANZIAM Conference. ANZIAM Conference 2011. Adelaide. Jan 2011.
  • Sidik, W.A., Bottema, M. and Bajger, M. (2011). A Cross-Species Avian-Human Influenza Epidemic Model: Economic trade off on the disease spread and controls. In Proceedings of AICST Conference. ACIKITA International Conference of Science and Technology. Jakarta, Indonesia. Jul 2011.
  • Sidik, W.A., Bottema, M. and Bajger, M. (2011). A Cross-Species Avian-Human Influenza Epidemic Model: Effects of human behaviours on the disease spread and control. In Proceedings of the 6th SEAMS-GMU International Conference on Mathematics and Applications. 6th SEAMS-GMU Conference. Jogjakarta. Jul 2011.
  • Sidik, W.A., Bottema, M. and Bajger, M. (2011). A Cross-Species Avian-Human Influenza Epidemic Model: Transport related co-infection. In Proceedings of 7th ICIAM Conference. Canada7th ICIAM Conference 2011. Vancouver, Canada. Jul 2011.
  • Sidik, W.A., Bottema, M. and Bajger, M. (2010). A Cross-Species Avian Human Influenza Epidemic Model: Disease Spread. In Proceedings of 54th Australian Mathematical Society Conference. Brisbane, Australia54th AustMS Conference. Brisbane. Sep 2010.

Professional and community engagement

Member of AustMS, SIAM, IndoMS



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