About me…


photo by Rini Nurjayanti

I am a lecturer and researcher at Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, which is the university where I got Master of Science in mathematics. I received the Ph.D. degree from the University of Amsterdam in 2016. Besides working in semiparametric models, I am also interested in multibiometric fusion and forensic evidence evaluation. In 2015 I won the WIC best student paper award and one year later I was the winner of the look and click competition that held in the context of the 9th IAPR International Conference on Biometrics (ICB 2016). Recently, I got the European Biometrics Research Award 2017 for my work entitled “A Non-standard Method on Biometric Score Level Fusion via Parametric Copula”, which presents a new method for combining dependent scores from two or more biometric recognition systems.

For a complete CV, please see here.



  • Major: Applied Mathematics (Biometric Recognition and Classification)
  • Minor 1: Statistics (Forensic Statistics and Semiparametric Models)
  • Minor 2: Analysis (Elementary Number Theory, Multivariable and Complex Analysis)


  • Bachelor
    • Financial Mathematics
    • Mathematics for Economics
    • Mathematics for Geodetic Engineering
    • Differential Equations for Civil Engineering
    • Statistics for Agriculture
    • Calculus
    • Elementary Differential Equations
    • Capita Selecta in Applied Mathematics (Classification Method)
    • Dynamical System
  • Master
    • Copula and Its Application
    • Classification Method in Mathematical Model
  • Olympiad
    • Elementary Number Theory (Senior High School)
    • Introduction to Complex Analysis and Geometry (Undergraduate)

If you’re interested in any topic and can’t find it on the webpage – don’t hesitate to contact me!