Marvin Andujar

Marvin Andujar

Assistant Professor

ENB 316 | 813-974-8421 |

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Dr. Marvin Andujar is an assistant professor of Computer Science and Engineering at University of South Florida in Tampa, FL. His research involves the measurement of engagement and other affects with a Brain-Computer Interface for Human-Computer Interaction. The investigation of novel methods for improving brain-machine control. Dr. Andujar is one of the co-founders and was the leader of the team that invented and hosted the world's first brain-drone race. The event was showcased in more than 550 media new outlets throughout the world including the New York Times, Associated Press, Mashable, USA Today, Discovery Channel (documentary), Engadget, CNet, TechCrunch, and The Verge. Lastly, he along with two of his colleagues received a research grant of $300,000 from Intel directly from the CEO and a Senior Vice-President for BCI work. Dr. Andujar is a member of ACM, IEEE, SIGCHI, BCI Society, and SHPE.

Research Interests

Brain-computer interfaces; brain-robot Interaction; personal informatics; ubiquitous computing; symbiotic interaction; affective computing

Teaching Interests

Human-computer interaction


PhD in Human-Centered Computing, University of Florida (2017)
BS in Computer Science and BA in Mathematical Sciences, Kean University (2012)

Honors and Awards

Brain-Computer Interface Research & Development Grant, Intel, $300,000 (2015)

Key Activities

Reviewer, ACM Computer-Human Interaction (CHI)
Reviewer, Human Factors in Ergonomics Society (HFES)
Reviewer, ACM Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE)