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Lunch Seminar Schedules
Past Lunch Seminars
Lunch Seminar, August 24th 2012 [Friday] Title: “Environmental factors and an eco-epidemiological model of malaria in Indonesia.” Presenter: Ermi M. L. Ndoen PhD. Bahasa Abstract or English Abstract Venue: Bappeda NTT Office, Kupang Moderator: Dr. Jonatan A. Lassa Detail agenda/TOR of the first seminar. PDF Friday 24 August 2012. Time: 11.00-13.00
Title: “Environmental factors and an eco-epidemiological model of malaria in Indonesia.” Presenter: Ermi M. L. Ndoen PhD Link to abstract: Bahasa Abstract or English Abstract Venue: Bappeda NTT Office, Kupang Moderator: Dr. Ing. Jonatan A. Lassa
Detail agenda: >Introduction to IRGSC’s Lunch Seminar series in Kupang by Dominggus Elcid Li, PhD [5 minutes] >Lunch Seminar Perdana: “Environmental factors and an eco-epidemiological model of malaria in Indonesia.” Topik ini di dasarkan pada PhD Dissertation Griffith School of Environment Science, Griffith University, Australia [Kerja sama Forum Academia NTT, IRGSC, BAPPEDA NTT dan JIKTI NTT. [45 menit] >Perkenalan “Institute of Resource Governance and Social Change”, sebuah think tank kajian multi-topik dan multi-region yang di bentuk anak-anak asal NTT. [10 menit]
About the author/presenter: Ermi Ndoen menyelesaikan PhDnya di School of Environmental Planning at Griffith University. Dr. Ndoen pernah bekerja di Australia, Indonesia dan Timor Leste. Tahun 2003-2004 beliau pernah mengajar “Public Health Research Methods” di Griffith University's School of Public Health. Beliau juga pernah bekerja di School of Environmental Planning sebagai dosen dan peneliti dengan fokus penelitian terutama public health, health- GIS, communicable diseases such as malaria, dengue, HIV-AIDS, environmental health and planning, health policy and promotion, health and climate change.
Some of this work have been published in top journals such as (See the details in Publication)
Ermi Ndoen et. al., 2010 Relationships between anopheline mosquitoes and topography in West Timor and Java, Indonesia. Malaria Journal, 9:242
Gerhard Visser, Pat Dale, David Dowe, Ermi Ndoen, Mike Dale, Neil Sipe. 2012. A novel approach for modeling malaria incidence using complex categorical household data: The minimum message length (MML) method applied to Indonesian data. Computational Ecology and Software, 2(3):140-15.