Big Data, Big Ideas - Monash University, Indonesia Talks Series
ABOUT THE TALK
A conversation with Ainun Najib - Head of Analytics, Platform, and Regional Business
In this special live Zoom event, join Quinton Temby (Assistant Professor Public Policy) and Muhammad Risqi (Assistant Professor Data Science) in conversation with Ainun Najib, one of Indonesia's rising stars in the tech startup scene.
They will discuss Mas Ainun's work with data and AI as well as his contributions to policy and governance in Indonesia as one of the brains behind the Kawal Pemilu and Kawal Covid projects.
Other topics include Mas Ainun's thoughts on education and the future of the tech industry in Indonesia. They will also ask for an update on his recent widely-reported conversation with President Jokowi.
The conversation will be followed by an audience Q&A.
DATE : Wednesday 23 March 2022 TIME : 7 - 8pm Jakarta time
Registration link : https://bit.ly/3JlBLqm
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Ainun Najib (Mas)
Head of Analytics, Platform & Regional Business
Envisioned, proposed, pursued, executed, made happen:
- Data Discovery, Real-Time
Analytics, Databricks / Spark-based Analytics & Machine Learning platform, Consumer360 / User-Centric Analytics data platform, Many more
About Monash University Indonesia
Established as an official legal entity in Indonesia in November 2021, Monash University Indonesia is a manifestation of the commitment of Monash University and the Indonesian government to create knowledge that can contribute broadly to the development of the social, technological and economic sectors in Indonesia.
Monash University Indonesia offers Masters and PhD degree courses, along with a variety of sector-specific executive and micro-credential programs.
Monash University Indonesia is equipped with Monash University Australia standardized learning facilities and is currently opens for new students admissions, as well as scholarships for study in May and October 2022.
Monash has a proud long-term relationship with Indonesia and is a foreign university with the highest number of Indonesian graduates, compared to other foreign universities. The track record of good relations between Monash and Indonesia is manifested in collaborations between the two parties, such as the Herb Feith Centre, RISE, the World Mosquito Program, and the Citarum Action Research Program (CARP).
With a presence on three continents, international partnerships and study abroad programs around the world, Monash is Australia's largest university, ranking in the top 100 universities worldwide. Monash has a dynamic network of research and teaching sites in Australia, Italy, Malaysia, China and India.
The unique alliance with the University of Warwick (UK) sits alongside a series of international collaborations with leading universities and companies around the world, expanding the University's global network.