Dr. Paulus Wahjudi

Chair of CECS, ICS Co-Lead for Academics, Associate Professor
WAEC 3101A


Dr. Paulus Wahjudi is a Professor of the Computer Sciences and Electrical Engineering and Interim Associate Dean for the College of Engineering and Computer Sciences at Marshall University. Dr. Wahjudi is currently in charge of the academic affairs in the college including student recruit, retention and success. Dr. Wahjudi research interests are intrusion detection and threat intelligence in cyber infrastructure where he has secured funding from the industry, state and local government along with national institution. Dr. Wahjudi also serve in the National Advisory Committee for Computer Science Praxis by Educational Testing Service, the National Institute for Learning Outcomes (NILOA) for Degree Qualifications Profile, and the Federated Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems (FedCSIS) along with reviewer for several academic publications such as Elsevier and American Society for Engineering Education.

Ph.D. University of Southern Mississippi, 2007
M.S. University of Southern Mississippi, 2003
B.S. University of Southern Mississippi, 2001
“Scholarships and a Project-based Work Studio to Support Undergraduate Student Graduation and Entry into Computer Science, Engineering, and Safety Technology Careers”, 2020-2025, National Science Foundation, $990,550, Co-PI.
“Collaborative Research: Implementing and Assessing Strategies for Environments for Fostering Effective Critical Thinking (EFFECTs) Development and Implementation”, 2010-2013, National Science Foundation, $109,949, Co-PI.
“Landslide Hazard Management System in West Virginia – Phase I”, 2011-2013, West Virginia Department of Transportation Division of Highways, $249,225, Project Manager.
“Development of Digital Inventory and GIS Web-Based Applications for West Virginia’s Outdoor Advertising Program”, 2011-2012, West Virginia Department of Transportation Division of highways, $149,325, Project Manager.
“Computing Technology Farm: An Approach Towards Students Development in Computer Science”, 2010-2011, Marshall University Center for Teaching and Learning. Hedrick Program Grant for Teaching Innovation, $5000, Principal Investigator.
“Coordinated Enforcement Plan to Reduce Juvenile Crime using SWORD”, 2008-2009, United States Department of Justice Juvenile Accountability Block Grant, $52,523. Principal Investigator.
HYDRA: High Yield Display Wall for Research Activity
Grendel: A Simple Micro HPC system
MU-CRES: Cybersecurity Research and Education System
Anatomy3: Multiprespective Visualization System
Spotection: A Versatile Parking Spot Detection System
EZ-Scheduler: Smart and Simple Scheduling System
Application for Data Monitoring in Smartphones