DAY 5 - Friday, 23 August 2019

ESRI01-01: Mapping the territory of organized criminal groups
Jessie Bullock, Harvard University, USA
ESRI02-02: Modelling crime clustering around street segments in informal settlements a spatial analysis with R and Python in ArcGIS
Renate Thiede, Jacob Modiba, University of Pretoria, South Africa
ESRI03-03: Vancouver Green Bus Atlas
Agatha Czekajlo, University of British Columbia, Canada
ESRI04-04: Analysis of the socioeconomic and urban features that support the practice of physical activity in Mexico City, 2018
Eugen Resendiz Bontud, Alana Marie Zelays Flores, Universidad Iberoamericana de la Ciudad de México
ESRI05-05: Healthy America: A spatial modeling of diabetes cases hotspots in the United States of America (USA)
Mohammad Abdul Qadir Khan, Meghavi Prashnani
ESRI06-06: Urban Environmental Noise Pollution in Paris Using Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI): Spatial Regression Models
Juan Nathaniel, Chris Wei Ziyi, National University Of Singapore
ESRI07-07: Better preparing for natural disasters and changing climates: striving to minimize the damage caused by California Wildfires
Ajnadeen Al-Shawa, Jana Elkhatib
ESRI08-08: Analytical model risk. Vulcano of San Salvador and El Picacho, El Salvador
Colegio de Michoacán A.C. (COLMICH), Mexico
ESRI09-09: Assessing the accuracy of long-term air pollution estimates produced with short term observations from unstructured sampling
Karl Chastko, University of Toronto, Canada
ESRI10-10: Use of geo-bigdata for disater management
Kshitija S. Suryawanshi, Jen Raviz, Bangkok Thailand
ESRI11-11: Fatal Accident Involving Truck in Malaysia
Muhammad Haiqal Ariff Mohd Zaidi, Wan Nuradira Eswan Wan Ishak, University Technology MARA, Malaysia
ESRI12-12: Characterizing small and medium-size cities in social-ecological transition in Mexico: A look from their green areas and ecosystem services
David Colin Gonzalez, Hugo Manuel Martinez Hernandez, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana Unidad Cuajimalpa (UAM-C), Mexico
ESRI13-13: An interdisciplinary approach of observing quality of life indicators in an urban environment using geographic information systems
Kamal Abderlrahman, City University of New York, USA
ESRI14-14: Environmental Spatial Point Processes: A focus on Termite Mounds
Lizalise Mngcele, Nelson Mandela University, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
ESRI15-15: Analysis of the Relationship Between Housing Price and Car Accidents in Hong Kong
Zhu Zhengyi, Gan Dailin, The University of Hong Kong

SIPS A5.00-A5.06

Organiser: Wing Kam Fung
Chair: Patrick J.F. Groenen
Multiview graph embedding as a generalization of canonical correlation analysis
Hidetoshi Shimodaira, Kyoto University
Building plots to explore data: Beyond histograms, barcharts and scatterplots to high-dimensions and statistical inference
Di Cook, Monash University
Organiser & Chair: Mark Podolskij
A selective survey of selective inference
Jonathan Taylor, University of Stanford
Organiser: Nalini Ravishanker
Chair: Fabrizio Ruggeri
Machine learning in modern commerce
David Banks, Duke University
Organiser & Chair: Helen Zhang
Functional boxplots for multivariate curves
Marc Genton, KAUST
BRISC: Bootstrap for rapid inference on spatial covariances
Abhirup Datta, Johns Hopkins University
Organiser: Helen MacGillivray
Chair: Ada van Krimpen
Modeling the financial market indicators with semiparametric volatility model with varying frequency
Jetrei Benedick Reyes Benito, University of the Philippines Diliman
Intra Household resource allocation and gender relation in Cote D'ivoire: A way for facing non inclusive growth situation
Edvira Malliedje Fokam, MINEPRD-Cameroon
Organiser & Chair: Punithaa Kylasapathy
Moderator: Karen Cheah
• Surina Shukri, CEO of Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation
• Chetan Krishnamurthy, IBM, Asia Pacific Watson Business Lead, Malaysia
• Krishna Atkuru, Grab Pay, Head of Engineering, Malaysia
• David Rajoo, Symantec, Chief Cybersecurity Architect for ASEAN, Malaysia

STS B5.00

Organiser: Mohd Dzull Fefry Mohd Bakri
Chair & Moderator: Mohamad Bazli Che Rozenan
The feedback loop: Impact of exchange rates to economic data and its inverse Saktiandi Supaat, Executive Vice President, Maybank
• Saktiandi Supaat, Executive Vice President, Maybank, Malaysia • Ridzuan Mohamed, Director Khazanah Nasional Berhad, Malaysia • Mohd Afzanizam Abdul Rashid, Chief Economist at Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad

IPS B5.02-B5.15

Organiser & Chair: Adrian Franco Barrios
Discussant: Discussant: Maria Giuseppina Muratore, Adrian Franco Barrios
The cost of victimization
Claudia Villante,Italian National Institute of Statistics (ISTAT), Italy
The costs of gender-based violence against women in Spain
Luis F. Rivera-Galicia, University of Alcalá, Spain
Organiser & Discussant: Serge Guillas
Chair: Sophie Dabo
Olivier Le Maitre, CNRS
Heat-duration-frequency modeling under non-stationary conditions
Taha Ouarda, INRS
Detecting shape anomalies in functional data with elastic depth
Trevor Harris, University of Illinois
Organiser: Hristina Aleksandrova
Chair: Misha V Belkindas
Developing effective models of public-private partnerships in National Statistical Ecosystem: Lessons from Asia
Matthew Shearing, Freelance Statistics Capacity Building Expert in Southeast Asia
• Andrew J.Flatt, Senior Freelance Advisor (Former Director UNESCAP Statistics Division)
• Phetsamone Sone, Deputy Head of Lao Bureau of Statistics, Laos
• Tomas Africa, Former Executive Director of NSO Philippines and Registrar General
• Eileen Capilit, Independent expert/Consultant UN ESCAP, USA
• Titi Lestari, Director of Finance, IT and Tourism Statistics, Badan Pusat Statistik Indonesia
Organiser & Chair: Guido Ferrari
Discussants: Jose Luis Sanchez-Ollero, Can Huang
Development and application of tourism statistics in China
Yanyun Zhao, Renmin University of China
The comparative evaluation of Beijing’s tourism competitiveness
Guo Qian, Beijing Wuzi University, China
The effectiveness of tourism public spending in Italy
Fabrizio Antolini, University of Teramo, Italy
The development of meetings, incentive, exhibitions, and conventions (MICE) industry in Italy: The case of Campania region
Biagio Simonetti, University of Sannio, Italy
Organiser: Steven Vale
Co-organizer: Valker Taube
Chair: Georges-Simon Ulrich
Legislative boundaries of official statistics
Anahit Safyan, National Statistical Service of the Republic of Armenia
Boundaries and coordination of the national statistical system
Volker Taube, European Free Trade Association, Luxembourg
National statistical system of Georgia
Gogita Todradze, GeoStat, Georgia
Central Bank Statistics as part of the official statistics - The case of the European System of Central Banks
Aurel Schubert, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria
Organiser: TBA
Chair: Paolo Valente
Discussant: Eric Schulte Nordholt
Developing methodology for the register-based census in Estonia
Diana Beltadze, Statistics Estonia
The integration of geographic and territorial data sources into the base register of territorial and geographical entities
Fabio Crescenzi, Italian National Institute of Statistics
The use of registers in the German Censuses 2011, 2021 and beyond
Markus Zwick, Federal Statistical Office Germany
Transition from traditional census to registers based census in Poland
Janusz Dygaszewicz, Central Statistical Office of Poland
Organiser & Chair: Kue Peng Chuah
Discussant: Ho Sui-Jade
Effects of digitalisation on inflation: Perspective and experience in Mauritius
Jitendra Nathsingh Bissessur, Acting Director, Economic Analysis & Research and Statistics, Bank of Mauritius
Digitalisation and the measurement of inflation and growth
Gabriel Quiros-Romero, International Monetary Fund (IMF), USA
Modernisation of price collection: Malaysia’s experience
Fuziah Md. Amin, Department of Statistic Malaysia
Organiser & Chair: Linda J Young
Agricultural Census 2020 – How to reduce costs and burden? The European statistical system approach
Christine Wirtz, Eurostat
The importance of technology to the future of agricultural statistics
Barbara R Rater, USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service
Using digital data collection to increase response rates and quality
Luqmaan Omar, Statistics South Africa
Integration of different sources of information for territory monitoring
Guillermo C Martinez V, ERMEX
Organiser: Tiziana Laureti
Chair: Luigi Biggeri
Discussant: Eileen Capilit
COMUNIKOS (Communicating Uncertainty in Key Official Statistics): application to measuring well-being at local level for informed public policy
Tiziana Laureti, Tuscia University, Italy
Spatial and temporal multivariate analysis of well-being at local level: An application to the Italian equitable and sustainable well-being
Ilaria Benedetti, Tuscia University, Italy
A Multilevel Modelling Approach to the Analysis of Happiness in Indonesia
Ayesha Tantriana, Badan Pusat Statistik Indonesia
The OECD approach: The case of Mexico
Oscar Gasca, INEGI National Institute of Statistics and Geography Statistics Mexico
Organiser & Chair: Alessio Pollice
Discussant: Sudipto Banerjee
Combining data sources, technologies and machine learning for monitoring the environment and SDGS
Jacinta Holloway, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
Combining citizen science and professional monitoring data to conserve and sustainably use marine resources
Erin Peterson, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
Using FAO’s methodology for monitoring SDG target 12.3 to estimate the environmental impact of food losses
Giovanna Jona Lasinio, University of Rome, Sapienza, Italy
Environmental metrics – Where to go?
Walter Josef Radermacher, University of Rome Sapienz, Italy
Organiser: Reija Helenius
Chair: Marjo-Riitta Sylvia Bruun
Discussant: John Bailer
Real stories with real data for real people: The key to understanding and trust in official statistics
Christine Bycroft, Statistics New Zealand
A European effort to explore games and the gamification of official statistics
Sybille Luhmann, Eurostat, Luxembourg
Data governance as a tool for enhanced data literacy and utilization
Betty Gichohi, United States International University
Fake news and Big Data: A case study
Kimmo Vehkalahti, University of Helsinki, Finland
Organiser: Martin Karlberg
Chair: Lukasz Augustyniak
Discussant: Robert Cuffe
Sound methodology for sound official statistics
Eric Rancourt, Statistics Canada
Building and maintaining social licence in today’s data landscape
Marcel Van Kints, Australian Bureau of Statistics
The mood of “twitteratti” in Mexico: Lessons Learnt
Victor Alfredo Bustos y de la TIjera, Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía (INEGI), Mexico
Organiser: John Verrinder
Chair: Christine Wirtz
Sharing of data and information between countries as a precondition for internationally consistent economic statictics
Timo Koskimaki, Statistics Finland
Large case units as a tool to cover MNES in a consistent way in official statistics
Fred Demollin, CBS - Netherlands
The early-warning system
Laurent Olislager, European Commission, Luxembourg
Organiser & Chair: Kengo Kamatani
Central limit theorems for coupled particle filters
Ajay Jasra, National University of Singapore
Sequential Monte Carlo methods for Stochastic Transport Models
Wei Pan, Imperial College London
The bouncy particle sampler in practice
Alexandre Thiery, National University of Singapore
Simulation of conditioned diffusions
Frank Van der Meulen, Delft University of Technology

STS B5.16-B5.22

Organiser: Asis Kumar Chattopadhyay
Chair: Eric Feigelson
Clustering and classification of astronomical objects: A new paradigm in statistics
Asis Kumar Chattopadhyay, University of Calcutta
Robust estimation and outlier detection for astronomical data
Ayanendra Nath Basu, Indian Statistical Institute
Study on star formation history of nearby galaxies a Bayesian approach
Tanuka Chattopadhyay, University of Calcutta
Unsupervised classification of galaxy spectra and interpretability
Didier Fraix-Burnet, University Grenoble Alpes
A statistically robust approach to the detection of astrophysical transient and periodic phenomena
Guillaume Belanger, European Space Agency (ESAC)
Organiser: Mohammad Ahsanullah
Chair: Gane Samb Lo
Discussants: Diam Ba, Mohammad Shakil
Trends on general theory on records and on open questions
Gane Samb Lo, Gaston Berger University, Senegal
Inference for the two-parameter bathtub-shaped distribution based on record data
Mohammad Z Raqab, University of Jordan
Ismihan Bayramoglu, Ismir University of Economics, Turkey
Organiser: Ibrahim Mohamed
Chair: Abdul Ghapor Hussin
The study on the relationship between variables in Malaysian crescent moon sighting data
Ibrahim Mohamed, University of Malaya
A general approach to obtaining wrapped circular distributions
Sreenivas Rao Jammalamadaka, University of California Santa Barbara
A continuous bivariate circular distribution and its discretization
Kunio Shimizu, Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo
A clustering technique for outliers detection in linear functional relationship model for circular variables
Abdul Ghapor Hussin, National Defence University of Malaysia
A half-circular distribution on a circle
Adzhar Rambli, MARA University of Technology
Organiser & Chair: Zuraidy Zainal Abidin
Discussant: Wan Mohd Shahrulnizam Wan Mohd Najuri
Database linkage in ensuring quality of Malaysia Statistical Business Register
Muhammad Amri Idris, Department of Statistics Malaysia
Statistical Address Register (SAR)
Sharuddin Shafie, Department of Statistics Malaysia
Quality assurance framework of the Japanese Business Register
Takashi Ioka, Statistics Bureau, Japan
Business registers as the backbone of statistics; challenges and opportunities regarding business register and outcome quality
Johan Lammers, Statistics Netherlands
Organiser: Gemma Van Halderen
Chair: Siu-Ming Tam
Discussant: Ronald Jansen
Big Data for official statistics in Thailand
Hataichanok Puckcharern, National Statistics Office, Thailand
Measuring the rural access index in the Philippines
Candido Jr Jove Astrologo, Jr., Philippines Statistics Authority
Accommodating Big Data in Nepalese statistical system: Challenges and Opportunities
Suman Raj Aryal, Central Bureau of Statistics, Nepal
China's experience in the application of Big Data in official statistics
Yajing Cong, National Bureau of Statistics of China

CPS1338-24: Modelling survival time data with competing risk: A simulation study
Olubimpe Mercy Oladuti, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria
CPS1344-25: Determinants of under-five children hunger index in Indonesia
Yuliana Livi Andam Putri, Badan Pusat Statistik, Indonesia
CPS2210-26: Single and two-population mortality rate modeling for selected cee countries
Justyna Majewska, Poland
CPS1348-27: Flipping a statistics classroom for pre-service English language teachers
Yosep Dwi Kristanto, Universitas Sanata Dharma
CPS704-28: Proportional odds of nutritional status of under-five children in Nigeria indexed by MUAC
Anthony Ekpo, University of Agriculture, Makurdi
CPS1486-29: Ratio type estimators for finite population mean using non-conventional location parameters in survey sampling
Tariq Ahmad Raja, SK University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir
CPS1489-30: Pattern, Prevalence and predictors of immunization among children in India: A spatial comprehensive evaluation
Nilima Nilima, Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal, India
CPS2467-31: Understanding greenhouse gas emission patterns in USA under a data science approach
Karina Gibert, UPC
CPS1925-32: Saving, borrowing and economic resourcefulness in Poland
Marek Kosny, Wroclaw University of Economics
CPS1926-33: Analysis of panel data
Ahmed Maher Amin, Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS)
CPS1928-34: Some issues on post misspecification inferences
Mohd Iqbal Shamsudheen, University College London
CPS2017-35: An approach to automating error removal from yield maps
Jaime Andrés Vega Becerra, Universidad Nacional De Córdoba, Argentina. Conicet
CPS2020-36: Statistical matching for modeling of count data
Honeylet Talusan Santos, University of the Philippines Diliman
CPS2021-37: The Social-Demographic effects on earning and its differentials in public and private sector
Nor Hanizah Abu Hanit, IMR, MOH
CPS2027-38: Developing and validating risk prediction model for re-offending of individuals with a severe mental illness (Psychosis)
Olayan Albalawi, The University of New South Wales, Australia
CPS2217-39: Addressing the contribution of foreign investment to Malaysia’s economy
Mohd Harith Faiz Md Saad, Department of Statistics Malaysia
CPS2302-40: Quarterly employment survey & establishment approach in development of labour demand statistics
Mohammad Faris Roslan, Department of Statistics Malaysia
CPS2464-41: Bivariate smooths within Gamlss for spatially correlated count data
Fernanda De Bastiani, Universidade Federal De Pernambuco, Brazil
CPS2462-42: Ranking based variable selection for censored data using AFT models
Md Hasinur Rahaman Khan, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
CPS2522-43: Analysing time to event outcomes in cluster randomised trials using cluster-level analysis
Anower Hossain, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
CPS2524-44: Effects of time-lagged meteorological variables on attributable risk of leishmaniasis in central region of Afghanistan
Adedayo Majeed Adegboye, American University of Nigeria
CPS2525-45: Women Involvement/Participation in Statistical Literacy: The Nigerian Experience
Abosede Adedayo Adepoju, University of Ibadan, Nigeria


Chair: Jacobien Van Der Hoeven

Associations and Special Interest Groups:

What are your experiences with partnerships between academia and official statistics?

In which areas do you see concrete opportunities for collaboration?

Chair: Steven Vale

Associations and Special Interest Groups:

Which recent innovation in your organisation are you most proud of?

Chair: Michael Slyuzberg

Associations and Special Interest Groups:

What are the limitations of administrative data in the area of crime and victimisation?

What are advantages and disadvantages of Victimisation Surveys?

CPS2208-24: Food Inflation, job misery, and hunger incidence in the Philippines: A panel data analysis
Dennis Sioson Mapa, University of the Philippines Diliman
CPS2122-25: Profiling Filipino senior high school students' performance in statistics and probability
Armi Lantano, Center for Educational Measurement, Inc.
CPS2167-26: Chaotic behavior detection in the bilateral exchange rates between Philippine peso and US dollar
Sarah Buhi-on Balagbis, University of the Philippines
CPS2163-28: Stochastic analysis of a Two-Unit cold standby system with priority
Mukender Singh Kadyan, Kurukshetra University
CPS2068-29: Using predictive modelling to identify panel nonresponse
Jan-Philipp Kolb, Gesis Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences
CPS2069-30: Big data and central banking
Pamela Kaye Azarcon Tuazon, Bangko Sentral Ng Pilipinas
CPS2073-31: Calibration for the Census Of Agriculture in Albania
Alban Çela, Institute Of Statistics Albania (INSTAT)
CPS2075-32: Relationship of inflation with imports and exports in Malaysia
Wan Siti Zaleha Wan Zakaria, Department of Statistics Malaysia
CPS2133-33: Space dependent ordinal pattern probabilities in time series
Jan Alexander Schnurr, Siegen University
CPS2176-34: Wavelet methods in statistics: Application in forecasting exchange rate volatility
Karamti Chiraz, Isaas
CPS2213-35: The evolution of foreign direct investment in Malaysia
Syamimi Shahbudin, Department of Statistics Malaysia
CPS1208-36: Order statistics approach to modeling and prediction of early mood swing
Taiwo Ajibola Soyinka, Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta
CPS1287-37: A Nonparametric test for intervention effect in Markov Regime switching model
Mara Sherlin Dela Pena Talento, Institute of Statistics, University of the Philippines Los Banos
CPS1492-38: Determinants of student satisfaction in higher education: A case of the UAE University
Ali S. Gargoum, UAE University
CPS2171-39: A study on correlation between literacy and sex ratio in a Northeast State of India
Rajkumari Latasana Devi, Department of Home Science, Ghana Priya Women's College
CPS2078-40: The importance of SUA as part of cost of living
Manisah Othman, Department of Statistics Malaysia
CPS2274-41: Outlier detection in official statistics
Nadiah Mohamed, University of Malaya, Malaysia
CPS2137-42: Detecting outlier in a circular regression model – A review
Intan Mastura Binti Ramlee, University Malaysia Perlis (UNIMAP)
CPS2179-43: A local dynamic multipollutant air quality indicator
Giuliana Passamani, University of Trento, Italy
CPS1959-44: Index system and evaluation research of new and old kinetic energy conversion in Qingdao
Hongwen Hou, Qingdao Statistical Institute, China
CPS2216-45: A study on the training effectiveness in school (Cluster) of methodology, research and quality, ILSM
Norbani Yacob, Department of Statistics Malaysia

IPS D5.00-D5.05

Organiser: Hiroki Masuda
Chair: Kengo Kamatani
Minimal contrast estimation of the linear fractional stable motion
Mark Podolskij, Aarhus University
Asymptotic expansion for vector-valued random variables
Ciprian Tudor, Université de Lille 1
Adaptive estimation of parabolic stochastic partial differential equations
Masayuki Uchida, Osaka University
Asymptotic expansions in non-ergodic stochastic systems
Nakahiro Yoshida, University of Tokyo
Organiser: Thomas William Yee
Chair: TBA
Discussants: Junji Nakano, Peter Filzmoser
My experience of teaching R programming for data science
Han-Ming (Hank) Wu, National Taipei University
Some reflections on software-intensive statistical research
Thomas William Yee, University of Auckland
Organiser & Chair: Punithaa Kylasapathy
Proximity to Urban Rail Transit (URT) and its impact on housing prices
Jiun Shyan Goh, Bank Negara Malaysia
Why Big Data for housing?
Chaly Koh, Urbanmetry, Malaysia
Nikhil Naik, Harvard University and MIT, USA
Organiser: Jin Zhou
Chair: Dandi Qiao
Genetic association analysis for T2D EHR phenotyping with application to Million Veteran Program (MVP)
Hua Zhou, University of California, Los Angeles
Efficient association tests for sparse genetic and genomic data in correlated samples
Han Chen, University of Texas

STS D5.06-D5.11

Organiser & Chair: Marcel van der Steen
Advanced data collection – An outlook to the future
Irene Salemink, CBS - The Netherlands
New data collection methods
Stéphane Dufour, Statistics Canada
Big Data at the heart of innovation in official statistics
Barry Schouten, Center for Big Data Statistcs (CBS)
Organiser & Chair: Normasita Sidek
Forecasting banknote demand at the Reserve Bank of Australia
Richard Finlay, Reserve Bank of Australia
Forecasting currency demand: The Philippine experience
Iluminada Tapiru Sicat, Regional Operations Sub-sector Email, Philippines
Complex seasonal autoregressive model compared to machine learning methods for cash volume forecasting
Bram Bruijnis, Giesecke+Devriente, UK
Konstantin Prokopenko, Giesecke+Devriente, UK
Forecasting demand for currency
Doug Brooks, De La Rue, UK
Organiser: Joo Chiet Yong
Chair: Tng Boon Hwa
Measuring the digital economy: Malaysia’s experience
Norul Anisa Abu Safran, Department of Statistics Malaysia
Record linkage for multi-sourced statistical business register data
Maria Denise Medenilla Peña, Asian Development Bank, Philippines
The insights of e-commerce in Malaysia
Hasnah Mat, Department of Statistics Malaysia
Organisers: Rameshwar P Srivastava, Ibrahim Sorie Yansaneh
Chair: Ronald Jansen
Compilation of consumer price indices at the national level, some experiences from Africa, Asia and the Caribbean
Rameshwar P Srivastava, RPS Associates and the Royal Statistical Society
Issues and challenges in the measurement of cost of living for the adjustment of salaries of expatriate officials of international organizations
Ibrahim Sorie Yansaneh, International Civil Service Commission, United Nation
Challenges and opportunities for cost of living measurement in the Big Data era – Perspectives from Brazil
Pedro Luis Do Nascimento Silva, The Brazilian Institute for Geography and Statistics (IBGE)
The need for granular data in evidence-based policy: The case of housing affordability in Malaysia
Suraya Ismail, Khazanah Research Institute, Malaysia
Organiser & Chair: Jaeyong Lee
Discussant: Seongil Jo
Laplace approximated posterior inference for the SEIR differential equation model
Sarat C. Dass, Universiti Teknologi Petronas
Embedded estimation sequential Bayes learning procedures in nonlinear non-Gaussian system
Hanita Daud, Universiti Teknologi Petronas
Inference for the SEIR differential equation models using relaxed differential equation models
Kyoungjae Lee, University of Notre Dame
Organiser & Chair: Delia North
Statistics postgraduate program capacity enhancement through regional partnership
Temesgen Zewotir, UKZN, South Africa
An industry perspective on analytics programs at degree granting institutions
Murray De Villiers, SAS Head of Global Academic Programs, North Carolina
Professional statisticians / data scientists: Who are they and how do we train them?
Pieter Juriaan De Jongh, North-West University
Delivering industry-focused business analytics skills
Goutam Chakraborty, Spear’s Business School, Oklahoma State University

CPS Oral D5.12-D5.22

Chair: Norshahida Shaadan
CPS2182: Clustering of interval-valued data
Lynne Billard, University of Georgia, USA
CPS2474: Spatial statistics of extremes with a view towards application to extreme weather events in South Africa and other neighbouring countries in the SADC region
Daniel Maposa, University of Limpopo, South Africa
CPS2523: On moments of folded and truncated multivariate extended skew-normal distributions
Christian Eduardo Galarza Morales, Campinas State University, Brazil
CPS2520: Robust and Efficient Estimation in the Parametric Cox Regression Model under Random Censoring
Abhik Ghosh, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India
CPS1395: Sequential Monte Carlo methods in high-order Hidden Markov Models
Mouhamad Mounirou Allaya, African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Senegal
Chair: Ezatul Nisha Abdul Rahman
CPS1956: Detecting life expectancy anomalies in England using a Bayesian Hierarchical Model
Areti Boulieri, Imperial College, London
CPS1965: The modified Lee-Carter Model with Linearized Cubic Spline Parameter Approximation for Malaysian mortality data
Dharini Pathmanathan, University of Malaya
CPS1970: The Lee-Carter Model: Extensions and applications to Malaysian mortality data
Nurul Aityqah Yaacob, University of Malaya
CPS1976: Premature cancer morbidity and mortality conditions through the epidemiological transitions - The case of Hungary, Austria and Denmark
Andras Weber, Hungarian Central Statistical Office
Chair: Santha Vaithilingam
CPS1436: Index of measurement of development policies efforts
Ayikoue Honore Agbobly-Atayi, Inseed Togo
CPS1474: Operation and dynamic analysis of Chinese customer’s confidence index: A survey over the past decade
Yanan Liu, Capital University of Economics and Business
CPS1825: Proposing additional indicators for Indonesia Youth Development Index with smaller level analysis: A study case of South Kalimantan 2018
Suryo Adi Rakhmawan, Badan Pusat Statistik Indonesia
CPS1952: A statistical modelling framework for mapping malaria seasonality
Michele Nguyen, University of Oxford
CPS2143: Resource Curse Determinant in Eastern Region of Indonesia 2011-2015
Deardo Ari Persada Damanik, Morotai Island Regency Central Bureau of Statistics, Indonesia
Chair: Siti Haslinda Mohd Din
CPS1071: Redesigning of the Semi-Annual Survey of Dairy Enterprises in the Philippines
Ibarra Aaron Poliquit, Philippine Statistics Authority
CPS1900: New ways to increase motivation of respondents in Hungary
Ágnes Patay, Hungarian Central Statistical Office
CPS1914: Study of the role of young entrepreneurs in creative sector era of industrial revolution 4.0 in Indonesia
Ayu Paramudita, Badan Pusat Statistik Indonesia
CPS2064: Experimental statistics: A hub for data innovation in official statistics?
Daniel Kilchmann, Swiss Federal Statistical Office (FSO)
CPS2315: How South Africa implemented a smart census
Nele Coghe, Hexagon Geospatial, Leuven, Belgium
Chair: Darmesah Gabda
CPS1887: Modeling for seasonal pattern and trend of land surface temperature in Taiwan
Sahidan Abdulmana, Prince of Songkla University
CPS1999: Effect of the ocean heat content on the global sea ice extent using fuzzy logic approach
Pranesh Kumar, University of Northern BC
CPS2083: Robust estimation of multi - input transfer function model with structural change
Angelita Pascua Tobias, University of the Philippines
CPS2128: Subjective and community wellbeing interaction in multilevel spatial modelling framework
Wlodzimierz Okrasa, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw; Statistics Poland
CPS2135: Multilevel time series modeling of mobility trends in the Netherlands for small domains
Sumonkanti Das, Maastricht University
CPS2244: Automatic time series modeling in the presence of outlier
Meri Andani Rosmalawati, Universitas Padjadjaran
Chair: Noraliza Mohamad Ali
CPS1340: Mobility and state dependence in a labour market characterized by informality: The case of Morocco
Mustapha Ziroili, High Commission for Planning, Morocco
CPS1345: The construction of composite index to measure accessibility, quality and people behavior of drinking water in Indonesia
Hanin Rahma Septina, Badan Pusat Statistik Indonesia
CPS1469: The impact of January 25th, 2011 revolution on the political participation of women in Egypt
Shaimaa Salah Hussien, Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS)
CPS1901: Performance measurement of MGNREGA and its variation
Udaya Shetty, Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Govt. of Karnataka, India
CPS2024: Paid employees earning segmentation by educational attainment
Noor Ismawati Mohd Jaafar, University of Malaya
CPS2067: Disentangling data narratives: The impact of migrants on European Welfare Systems (IPS No. 71-IPS275)
Caterina Francesca Guidi, European University Institute
Chair: Adriana Irawaty Nur Ibrahim
CPS1110: Bayesian inversion into soil types with Kernel-Likelihood Models
Selamawit Serka Moja, Hawassa University, Ethiopia
CPS1158: Bayesian Inference of Multiple Structural Breaks in Multiple Regimes Threshold Autoregressive Model
Jitendra Kumar, Central University of Rajasthania
CPS1255: Predicting the number of newly found rare species
Tsung-Jen Shen, National Chung Hsing University
CPS1845: Bayesian network for risk management of earthquake damage using R and Genie
Devni Prima Sari, Gadjah Mada University
CPS1991: Bayesian monitoring of high-yield processes using different loss functions
Amita Baranwal, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi
CPS2104: Bayesian Generalized Linear Model for difference of over or under dispersed counts
Andrew W Swift, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Chair: Kanageswary Ramasamy
CPS1266: Improving the quality of official statistics in Iran’s manufacturing establishments statistics
Sayeed Fayaaz, Statistical Center of Iran
CPS1294: Causality model using Vector Error Correction Model (VECM) against growth of Micro, Small, and Medium Entrepreneurs (MSMES) in Indonesia period 2014-2018
Ferdinand David Aritonang, Badan Pusat Statistik Indonesia
CPS1409: Physical vs economic distance, the defining spatial autocorrelation of Per Capita GDP among 38 cities/ regencies in East Java
Rahma Fitriani, University of Brawijaya
CPS1888: Transforming Stats NZ’s quarterly financial statistics using administrative data
Chen Chen, Statistics New Zealand
CPS1997: Integration of Economic Establishments Data into a uniquely identified comprehensive frame in Egypt
Rawia Wagih Abd Elmagid Elsayed Ragab, Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS)
Chair: Rozita Talha
CPS1278: An application of the Generalized Lavallee-Hidiroglou Algorithm for Stratification in Business Surveys: A sampling methodology for the census of the Philippine Business and Industry
Desiree Ramones Robles, Philippine Statistics Authority
CPS1824: Cross-sectional weighting methodology for the Korean population census longitudinal study
Sanggi Lee, Statistics Korea
CPS2022: Integration of traditional and technological advancement tools in the first national economic census 2018 of Nepal: Problems, challenges and prospects for developing economic statistical infrastructure
Mahesh Chand Pradhan, Central Bureau of Statistics, Nepal
CPS2087: Outlines of SCAD’s pilot test for the 2020 register based census
Aisha Turki Al Ali, Statistics Centre Abu Dhabi
CPS2147: Digital transformation on population and housing census of Malaysia 2020
Hamka Ismail, Department of Statistics Malaysia
CPS2188: The study on the potential impact of mobile technology on data quality that would be achieved in the Egypt Economic Census 2019
Said Kamal Mohammed, Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS)
Chair: Rossita Mohamad Yunus
CPS1085: Inference on P(X<y ) for bivariate normal distribution based on censored data
Manoj Chacko, University of Kerala
CPS1216: Parameter estimation for misspecified diffusion processes with noisy, nonsynchronous observations
Teppei Ogihara, The Institute of Statistical Mathematics
CPS1275: Asymptotic normality for a semi-parametric estimator of the gini coefficient
Tchilabalo Abozou Kpanzou, University of Kara
CPS1307: Latin Square Designs: Causal inference in a potential outcomes framework
Rahul Mukherjee, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
CPS1497: Parameter estimation for the extended growth curve model under multivariate skew normal distribution
Sayantee Jana, Indian Institute of Management, Nagpur
Chair: Jamia Aznita Jamal
CPS1385: Evaluating economic performance of Egypt (epi): Before and after revolution 2011
Hagar Emadeldin Ali, Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS)
CPS1964: Export competitiveness of Sumatera palm oil
Wahyu Dewati, Bank Indonesia
CPS2037: Comparing the household final consumption expenditure in national accounts to the household budget survey - or vice versa?
Katri Soinne, Statistics Finland
CPS2041: Contribution and growth of selected economic activities in the non-oil real GDP in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi 2008-2017
Wadeema Mohamed Alkhoori, Statistics Centre Abu Dhabi
CPS2172: Exploring the economic effects of education: A satellite account approach
Yan Zheng, Zhejiang University of Finance & Economics
CPS2218: Measuring the economic impact of tourism industry in Malaysia: An input-output analysis
Rusnani Hussin, Department of Statistics Malaysia