Panel Discussion Speakers

Panel Discussion Speaker

Budi Rahardjo

Doctor of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Electrical & Computer Engineering Departement
Bandung Institute of Technology
Ganesha Street No.10, Bandung, Indonesia

Security audit various commercial banks. I was named the #1 network security expert in Indonesia by Swa magazine (a business magazine). Currently, running my own start-up companies (INDO CISC, Insan Infonesia, and Digital Entertainment) and teaching at Institut Teknologi Bandung / ITB (the best tech university in Indonesia). I do mentoring for some (future) start up companies, eg. with Founder Institute and other tech incubators. Behind the sceen, I am also involved with many Internet & telecommunication policies in Indonesia.

Previously, I was more into VLSI IC design and (formal) verification (my PhD thesis). During grad school, I maintained synopsys (VLSI design tools) for our lab. I was also familiar with Cadence, Mentor Graphics, (or Edge), and SDL-tools (from Verilog). I was trying to mix and match VLSI dan telco tools. I still have a kick in VLSI. Currently, I am with Microelectronic Center in ITB, Indonesia, but am not doing research in VLSI anymore.

I used to run the .ID (Indonesia) domain. I am running ID-CERT (Indonesia Computer Emergency Response Team). I am also known as a blogger (#3 in Indonesia). See my blog at (in Bahasa Indonesia). I have been invited by various companies (eg. Schlumberger, IBM) to observe and contribute to their internal discussions. I think “out of the box”.

My (current) goals are building long lasting tech companies and encouraging my students to become entrepreneurs (by setting an example). Probably, I just want to be like Frederick Terman of Stanford University, the father of Silicon Valley.


Panel Discussion Speaker

Danrivanto Budhijanto

Expert Staff Minister of Communications and Information Technology
Minister of Communications and Information Technology


Panel Discussion Speaker

Suzy Moat

Associate Professor of Behavioural Science
Warwick Business School
University of Warwick
Scarman Road, University of Warwick, Coventry, West Midlands CV4 7AL, United Kingdom

Suzy Moat is an Associate Professor of Behavioural Science at Warwick Business School, where she co-directs the Data Science Lab. Her research investigates whether data on our usage of the Internet, from sources such as Google, Wikipedia and Flickr, can help us measure and even predict human behaviour in the real world. Moat’s work touches on problems as diverse as linking online behaviour to stock market moves (with Preis, Curme, Stanley, et al.), estimating crowd sizes (with Botta and Preis) and evaluating whether the beauty of the environment we live in might affect our health (with Seresinhe and Preis). The results of her research have been featured by television, radio and press worldwide, by outlets such as CNN, BBC, The Guardian, Wall Street Journal, New Scientist and Wired.

Moat studied Computer Science at UCL, where she was awarded the Faculty of Engineering Medal, and received a PhD in Psychology from the University of Edinburgh. Since 2011, Moat has secured £3.3 million of funding from UK, EU and US research agencies. With her collaborator and Data Science Lab co-director Tobias Preis, she recently led an online course on using big data to measure and predict human behaviour which attracted over 15,000 learners. She has also acted as an advisor to government and public bodies on the predictive capabilities of big data.

Panel Discussion Speaker

Kusumo Martanto

PT Global Digital Niaga
Aipda K.S Street. Tubun II C No. 8, Jakarta Barat, Jakarta, Indonesia


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