Seminar Internasional Matematika
Penerapan Matematika dalam berbagai Bidang dan Ilmu Pengetahuan
Joint Seminar between Department of Mathematics FMIPA University of Riau and Indonesian Mathematical Society of Middle Sumatera Region Malaysian Mathematical Sciences Society
To discuss and share up-to-date information on the development and application of mathematics in other disciplines.
Prof. Dr. Ashaluddin Jalil, M.S (Rector, Univ of Riau)
Prof. Dr. Adel Zamri, DEA (Dean, FMIPA U of Riau)
Prof. Dr. Syahril Moh Zain (Inspem Malaysia)
Prof. Dr. Widodo, M.S. (President of IndoMS)
Prof. Dr. Mashadi, M.Si. (Vice President of IndoMS for Home Affairs)
Dr. Moh Alinor Abdul Kadir (Inspem Malaysia)
Dr. Syamsudhuha, M.Sc. (University of Riau)
Dr. M. Imran, M.Sc. (University of Riau)
Dr. M.D.H. Gamal, M.Sc. (University of Riau)
Dr. Sri Gemawati, M.Si. (University of Riau)
Chairman : Dr. Syamsudhuha, M.Sc.
Deputy Chairman : Dr. M.D.H. Gamal, M.Sc.
Secretary : Supriadi Putra, M.Si.
Treasurer : Musraini, M.Si.
THE APPLICATIONS OF MATHEMATICS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF VARIOUS AREA OF KNOWLEDGES
MATHEMATICS AND ITS USAGE IN OTHER AREAS
In the real-world problem, when building a mathematical model to the problem, some simplifications have to be made. They may be minor ones, but sometimes the model may be far from the true one. It is claimed that “it is better to have a good and acceptable solution to a true problem rather than an optimal solution to a simplified problem that may have a little resemblance to the original problem. The true problem may be categorized as a NP-hard problem or intractable problem. The ultimate solution approach is needed to solve this type of problem.
In some surveys, an outlying observation or outlier can occur. Study on outliers becomes interesting since, on the one hand, they indicate faulty data or erroneous procedures, on the other hand, in large samples, a small number of outliers is to be expected. One of interesting studies on the cause of outliers is in gene expression surveys.
Mathematics and culture have relationship that refers to ethnomathematical studies. Etnomathematics is also a study on culture of ethnic group having specific QRS (quantity, relationship, space) systems such as Malay, Hindu, Maori, or native American society. The goal of ethnomathematics is to contribute both to the understanding of culture and the understanding of mathematics, but mainly to appreciating the connections between the two.
The three topics mentioned above will be presented by invited speakers from UK, Indonesia, and Malaysia.
Seminar Secretariat :
FMIPA Universitas Riau, Kampus Binawidya
Jln. Prof Muchtar Lutfi, Panam, Pekanbaru.
e-mail : email@example.com atau firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Site http:// math.unri.ac.id
Contact Person :
1. Dr. Syamsudhuda M.Sc., Mobile: 081371053874
2. Supriadi Putra, M.Si., Mobile: 08127670712
1.Dr. Abdel Salhi (Operations Research/U of Essex)
2.Dr. Andrew Harrson (Statistics/ Univ of Essex)
3.Prof. Dr. Syahrir Moh Zain ( Etnomat/Ispem)
4.Prof. Dr. Razak Saleh (Etnomat/UKM Malaysia)
5.Prof. Dr. Ahmad Fauzan, M.Pd. (PRMI/ UNP)
Date and Venue:
Seminar will be held on 11 – 12 November 2010 in FMIPA UR Campus, Panam, Pekanbaru, Indonesia.
Final abstract submission: November 1, 2010.
Final full paper submission: November 6, 2010.
Final registration: November 8, 2010.
Day/Date Main Programme
Thursday, Nov 11:
08.30 – 09.00 Registration
09.00 – 09.30 Opening
09.30 – 10.00 Ceremony
10.00 – 10.45 Refreshment break
10.45 – 11.30 Plenary 1 (OR)
11.30 – 13.00 Plenary 2 (Stat)
13.00 – 16.00 Lunch break
Friday, Nov 12:
08.00 – 08.45 Plenary 1
08.45 – 09.30 (Etnomath)
09.30 – 09.45 Plenary 2
09.45 – 11.00 (Etnomath)
11.00 – 13.30 Refreshment break
13.30 – 16.00 Parallel Session
Participant with paper: IDR300,000.00
Participant (only) : IDR250,000.00