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Professor Dr Caroline Chan

Team Leader

Professor Dr Caroline Chan

Caroline is a professor in RMIT University and AIC Skills Futures Fellows. She undertakes research in the areas of information systems and technologies use in eBusiness and supply chain management. She undertakes projects, worked and published in the area of e-commerce and digital transformation, food supply chain integrity and traceability, and technologies and standards in healthcare supply chain.

She has been involved in and worked with various industry and government bodies. These include being the chief investigator for projects such as the Australian federal government’s low value parcel processing for online shopping, the scoping study and development of the Australia food composition database with the Department of Health and Ageing, as well as a consultant and project chair for international projects of the World Bank.

Caroline also has strong interests on education, skills and training, and their role in human capital development. In this regard, she has assisted the Department of Education and Training (DET) and Australia Indonesia Centre (AIC) on a number of initiatives and currently leads one of its projects on ‘eCommerce Aid for Trade’ initiatives on Cybersecurity for small and medium enterprises in Indonesia

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Dr Tony Dwi Sutanto

Program Mentor

Dr Tony Dwi Susanto

Tony Dwi Susanto, Ph.D. (ITIL, COBIT, TOGAF) is a lecturer in the Department of Information Systems at Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS), Surabaya. He is currently the Head of the Postgraduate Program at the DIS-ITS. He received his Ph.D in Computer Science from the Flinders University of South Australia in 2012 through the Australian Leadership Award (ALA) scholarship program. His Ph.D thesis is about e-Government and Technology Adoption.

 

He also has received three professional certifications as an IT Consultant with expertise in IT Service Management, IT Governance, and Enterprise Architecture: ITIL, COBIT, TOGAF.   Following his Ph.D thesis, Tony has been conducting research in IT Adoption, IT Governance and Management, e-Government, and Smart City by receiving various research grants as well as working as an e-Government/Smart City consultant for 11 cities/provinces in Indonesia.

 

In 2017, Tony established a startup in e-government and Smart City solutions (software, hardware, design, audit, and IT management) called Tatacipta Teknologi Indonesia Inc. The projects have covered more than 35 cities in Indonesia. In 2013 he also established the Association for Information Systems – Indonesia chapter and once served as president. Tony has published 6 books about IT Management, Smart City, and Scholarship

 

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Dr Meditya Wasesa

Meditya is a faculty member at the School of Business and Management, Bandung Institute of Technology. He earned his Ph.D. in Management Information Systems from the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, the Netherlands.

 

He earned his M.Sc. from Duisburg-Essen University, Germany and his Bachelor of Engineering (S.T.) degree in Mechanical Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology. Previously, he worked for General Motors Europe GmbH - Germany, Rotterdam School of Management, and Almende BV – the Netherlands.

 

In Indonesia, he handled several consultancy projects for a number of private, state-owned companies (BUMN), and ministries. He has gained notable exposures to different industries such as, transportation and logistics, e-commerce, fast-moving consumer goods, airport operators, construction industries, etc. His research focuses on the applications of advanced information systems to improve business decisions. He has published in notable academic journals such as Journal of Enterprise Information Management and the Decision Support Systems.

 

Dr Meditya Wasesa

Program Mentor

Dr Dina Dellyana

Dr. Dina Dellyana is one of the few female electronic music producers in Indonesia. In the midst of her daily activities as a lecturer and business incubator director at School of Business Administration, Bandung Institute of Technology, she’s still active doing live shows, writing songs with her electronic band HMGNC, and occasional DJ-ing. She’s also active in many creative industry projects.

 

In 2014 she wrote a book of Music Industry Blueprint of Indonesia and became a core team in a “Sight Unseen” book project, a book which reviewed and curated top creative Bandung products. Moreover, she is now acting as a creative city assessor, and a business mentor coordinator of the BEKUP project under BEKRAF, a national agency which handles Indonesian creative economy. Her research which already published in some prominent indexed journals are mostly discussing the development of Indonesian creative industry. Currently, she’s actively involved in a creative start up development movement and working on some project in that matter

Dr Dina Dellyana

e-Business mentor

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Dr Wahyudi Agustiono

Wahyudi is an associate professor at University of Trunojoyo Madura. His research interest is on how ICT can be designed and implemented in various fields such as SMEs, women empowerment, environment and public sector especially government to provide transparency and fight corruption. The other area, he has researched the implementation of ICT in the agriculture sector and published his experiments in academic forums or conferences as well as scientific journals.

 

As a lecturer, he has taught a number of subjects including e-commerce, digital forensic, and Agro-informatics. Wahyudi has also initiated a community engagement project. These included the development of a mobile app to assist corn farmers in pest control and monitoring, called MyCorn, funded by Australian Alumni Grant Scheme (AGS) 2018. And more recently he has received AGS 2019 follow up grant to scale up MyCorn for performing integrated multiple crop monitoring and protection called MyPaJaLe stand for My Padi Jagung Kedele

 

Dr Wahyudi Agustiono

Program Mentor

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Dr Manahan Siallagan

Program Mentor

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Dr Manahan Siallagan

 

Manahan Siallagan is an Assistant Professor at School Business and Management (SBM), Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB). His research interests include social simulation, decision science and negotiation, system thinking, big data analytics and agent based modeling. He was active as an expert in the President's Delivery Unit for Development Monitoring and Oversight (UKP4), young researcher of Indonesian National Member Organization in IIASA (International Institute of Applied System Analysis), and member of INCASA (Indonesian National Committee of Applied System Analysis).

He has many International publications, such as Systems Research and Behavioral Science, Evolutionary and Institutional Economics Review, and Frontiers in Psychological and Behavioral Science also some books chapters in Springer edition and also active as reviewer at several international journals.

 

He is also the director of Big Data and Business Analytics Laboratory at SBM-ITB and he is very active in developing research on modelling and simulation including big data analytics. He is also interested in developing the use of business analytics for Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) and actively conducted supervisions programs for SME.

 

I Gede Putu Krisna Juliharta

I Gede Putu Krisna juliharta, S.T, M.T is interested in computer security and business continuity areas. He is also involved in several projects with industry and government. Krisna is also the head of Bali ICT volunteer with activities to assist the community in using ICT and helping micro, small, and medium enterprises go digital.

 

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