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 Statistics in the new cutting edge environment: Journey, opportunities and challenges
1.  Johan Mahmood Merican
 Deputy Director General (Human Capital), Economic Planning Unit (EPU)
 Towards TN50 : Importance of Data
2.  Mahinthan Joseph Mariasingham
 Statistician and Project Officer, Asian Development Bank (ADB)
 Evidence Based Policymaking in the Big Data Era
3.  Helen MacGillivray
 President, International Statistical Institute (ISI)
 Learning for the future
   
 Session 1(a): Statistics for sustainable social environmental development
1.  Gan Pek Chuan 
 Programme Manager, Biodiversity and Sustainable Development, UNDP
 Biodiversity Finance Initiative (BIOFIN)
2.  Prof. Awang Noor Abd. Ghani
 President, Persatuan Ekonomi Alam Sekitar Malaysia
 Valuing Ecosystem Services as a Key Driver of Sustainable Development in Malaysia
3.  Ahmad Kamal Wasis
 Deputy Director, Environmental and Natural Resources Section, Economic Planning Unit, Malaysia
 Statistics For Sustainable Social Environmental Development: SDG Case Study
4.  Siti Salwaty Ab Kadir
 Statistician, Agriculture and Environment Statistics Division, DOSM
 SEEA as a Tool in Monitoring Sustainable Development
   
 Session 1(b): Statistics for economic development and growth
1.  Alan Tan Chew Leong
 Chief Economist, Economic Research, Affin Hwang Capital
 Predictions of Economic Growth Prospects
2.  Kristina Fong Siew Leng
 Economist, Financial Institutions, RAM Rating Services
 The Qualitative Balance
3.  Mohd bin Atan
 Director of Economic and Policy Division, SME Corp. Malaysia
 SME Statistics in the New Era: SME Corp. Malaysia's Experience
4.  Mohd Zahid Abdullah
 Senior Director of Services Sector Development, Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI)
 Data Requirements: MITI's Perspective
5.  Maizatil Elina Abdul Hamid
 Statistician, Population & Demographic Statistics Division, DOSM
 Transforming Malaysia's Population and Housing Census 2020
   
 Session 1(c): Statistics for financial sector development and stability
1.  Jaruphan Wanitthanankun
 Assistant Director, Statistics and Data Management Department, Bank of Thailand
 Micro Data Usage Enhancement in Bank of Thailand
2.  Mah Kam Lin
 Group Data Scientist, Malayan Banking Berhad
 Data: Does size matter?
3.  Lim Kok Eng
 Deputy General Manager, Head, Analytics Department, Securities Commission
 Transferring Data into Intelligence
4.  Mohd Fitri Md. Yusof
 Manager, Credit Unit, BNM
 Malaysia's Experience in Managing the Credit Registers
5.  Dr. Lau Wee Yeap
 Senior Lecturer, Programme Coordinator, MAppStats Programme, Applied Statistics Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya
 Information flow between non-deliverable forward, spot and forward markets in Malaysian currency during the Pre and Post U.S. QE Exit
   
 Session 2(a): Statistical standard, methodology and application in data management and usage
1.  Julia Goh Mei Ling
 Senior VP Economics Research Global Markets, United Overseas Bank (Malaysia) Berhad
 From Data to Insights
2.  Ili Sarah Aspar
 Manager, Data Governance & ISS Enhancement, BNM
 Enterprise Data Governance Policies, Processes and Procedures
3.  Maslina Samsudin
 Deputy Director, Department of Statistics Malaysia, State Office of Perak
 Healthcare Expenditure of the Ageing Population in Perak
4.  Dr. Gan Siew Lee
 Teacher, Department of Mathematics, Austin Heights Private & International Schools
 Network Topology of Economic Sectors
5.  Dr Jafri Mohd Rohani
 Coordinator of Industrial Engineering, Department of Materials, Manufacturing & Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Technology, Malaysia
 The Influence of Hard and Soft Aspect of Quality Management on Safety Performance at Wood Based Furniture Industry
   
 Session 2(b): Statistical standard, methodology and application in data management and usage
1.  Maman Abdurachman Djauhari
 Professor of Statistics, Director, The Bandung Statistical Institute, Centre for Research in Statistics and Data Analysis, Tjahaja Bina Statistika Indonesia
 Optimal Filter to Analyze the Topological Network of Stocks Market
2.  Nurkhairany Amyra Mokhtar
 National Defence University of Malaysia
 Outlier Detection Method using Covratio Statistics for Wind Direction Data with the Unreplicated Linear Functional Relationship Model and Equal Error Concentration Parameters
3.  Prof. Madya Dr. Wan Zawiah Wan Zin
 Associate Professor Dr, Center of Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
 Gender Inequality in terms of Income Received: A Case Study on Single Head of Household
4.  Norhaidah Mohd Asrah
 Lecturer, Mathematics and Statistics, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn
 The Most Important Centrality Measures of PLUS Highway Traffic Network: Introducing Effective Vector Variance
5.  Dr. Jason Ng Wei Jian
 Senior Lecturer, Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics, Monash University
 Measuring Housing Affordability In An Emerging Market: The Lifetime Income Approach
   
 Session 2(c): Statistical standard, methodology and application in data management and usage
1.  Ying-Yin Koay
 Lecturer, Economics, University Tunku Abdul Rahman
 The Easterlin's paradox revisited: the role of incentive oriented fairness
2.  Dr. Rossita M.Yunus
 Senior Lecturer, Institute of Mathematical Science, University of Malaya
 A probability distributional-based approach to impute missing values in hourly PM10 concentration
3.  Dr. Siti Fatimah Hassan
 Senior Lecturer, Mathematics Division, Centre for Foundation Studies in Science, University of Malaya
 Estimation of Confidence Intervals for Concentration Parameter in Von Mises Distribution Using A New Statistic Based on Circular Distance
4.  Norhafizah Moslim
 University of Pahang
 In Approximate Distributions for Circular Variables
   
 Session 2(d): Statistical Session between Young Statisticians and Analysts
1.  Michelle Chia
 Head of Economics Research, Research and Economics, CIMB Investment Bank
2.  Ahmad Sauqi Haris
 Department of Statistics Malaysia
3.  Khairul Nazran Kamarulnizam
 Associate Analyst, Statistical Services, BNM
4.  Razik Ridzuan B. Mohd Tajuddin
 School Of Mathematical Sciences, Faculty Of Science & Technology, University Kebangsaan Malaysia
5.  Dr Adilah Abdul Ghapor
 Senior Lecturer, Applied Statistics, Faculty of Economics and Administration, Universiti Malaya