About: Bimandra received his BSc in statistics from Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia in 2012. He then joined Eijkman-Oxford Clinical Research Unit in 2014 as a statistician after working for one year as a software developer in a data mining and information technology consulting company in Indonesia. His main research interests are big data analytics, epidemiology and mathematical modelling for infectious diseases. He has been involved in intensive computer programming and mathematical models development of hundreds billion call data to map population movement pattern and estimate the number of imported infections caused by movements between endemic areas and free malaria risk areas. He was awarded a Non-Academic Training Grant from University of Oxford in 2014 for attending a python programming training in science and big data analytics.