Prof. Dr.Eng. Wisnu Jatmiko
Smart Tele-Health System to Enhance Healthcare Service in Indonesia
Indonesia, as a very vast archipelago in South East Asia, still has disparities in several sectors between the major islands. One of the major disparities is in the healthcare sector. This is caused by the uneven spread of healthcare specialists, which are more concentrated in the major islands of Indonesia such as Java and Sumatera. This is a major issue, considering that the country has one of the highest fetal and mother mortality rates in Asia which is caused by the high mortality rate is the lack of fetal growth monitoring during pregnancies. In addition, the uneven specialist distribution in Indonesia is also a concerning issue for the treatment of diseases that requires immediate action, such as cardiovascular disease. As a matter of fact, roughly 44% of Cardiologists in Indonesia are based in Jakarta. In order to solve this issue, we have developed a Smart Telehealth System that could remotely provide healthcare services from major cities to the rural areas of Indonesia. Currently, we have developed two Telehealth Systems. The first system is the Tele-USG system, which is an Android-based system that could be used for patient-doctor consultation, monitoring the fetal progress, and automatically calculates the fetal biometrics from a USG image. The second system is the Tele-ECG system, which could classify ECG data automatically for early detection. Overtime, the data that were transmitted and store will be very large in size. We also predict that the variety, velocity if the data will be very high. Therefore, we need a new method and technology to handle these large data. To handle the big data issues, we deployed the system in the Hadoop, which is one of the most popular Big Data platforms. For the large transmission issue, we have devised a new method using 2D SPIHT Compression to create a 24 lossless compression ratio. In terms of healthcare technology, we also consider equipping our system with the security system. We develop encryption along with the compression scheme. For the automatic classification and clustering of the ECG data, we have also implemented it on the Big Data platform. This platform could handle 60 different requests at the same time, which shows that the system is capable to handle scalability issues in future implementations.
About Keynote Speaker
Wisnu Jatmiko received his Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from The Faculty of Engineering and M.Sc. degree from The Faculty of Computer Science, both are received from Universitas Indonesia in 1997 and 2000 respectively. In 2007, he received his Dr. Eng. degree from The Micro-Nano Systems Engineering, Nagoya University, Japan. Currently, he works at the Faculty of Computer Science, University of Indonesia, Indonesia as a lecturer and from September 2017 become a full Professor. With his guidance, his students have succeeded in entering several top universities in the world, such as Tokyo University, Nagoya University, Edinburgh University, Minnesota University, National University of Singapore, etc. From 2008 – 2012 and 2013 – 2017, he holds the research manager position at the Faculty of Computer Science for 2 periods. Then From 2017-2021, he holds the head of Master and Doctoral Programs in Computer Science, at the Faculty of Computer Science, Univeristas Indonesia.
Prof. Wisnu Jatmiko is regarded as a highly productive researcher. He has received over 25 grants as the main researcher. He has also more than 100 international publications that are mostly indexed in Scopus and Google Scholar. In addition, he has already published more than 10 books and produced 8 copyrights of computer software from his research products.
For almost every year since 2008, he has received several research awards from Universitas Indonesia. In 2010, 2011, and 2012, his direction for the Faculty of Computer Science team in the National Student Competition for Information Technology leads the team to achieve gold in the Intelligent Systems category for 3 years in a row. In 2007, he received an award from the Indonesian Toray Science Foundation (ITSF) as a “Science & Technology Research Grant” and was also selected as the best presenter in ITSF 2007. Wisnu also received best paper awards in several conferences, including Best Student Paper Finalist in IEEE sensors, United States in 2005, Best Paper Award in IEEE International Symposium on Micro Nano Mechatronics and Human Science, Japaln in 2009, and Best Paper Finalist in International Symposium on Robotics and Intelligent Sensors, Japan in 2010. In 2014, he received the Widyasilpawijana award, which makes him the research ambassador for Indonesia by the Ministry of Research and Technology, Indonesia.
In the same year, he also received the Asia Pacific ICT Alliance Awards (APICTA) for the Research and Development category. 2015 marks an important year for Wisnu with 2 of his research included in 107-110 prospective innovations of Indonesia. He also received the Habibie Award in the engineering category. Wisnu is also included in the Marquis Who’s Who in the World 2016 – 33rd Edition. In addition to his research activities, Wisnu also manages the International Conference on Advanced Computer Science and Information Systems since 2009-present. The conference has been indexed by Scopus since 2011. Starting from 2016, Wisnu also manages a conference called International Workshop on Big Data and Information Security (IWBIS). Wisnu also manages the Journal of Computer Science that has been national Accredited by the Ministry for Research, Technology and Higher Education (RISTEKDIKTI)(No:60/E/KPT/2016).