Marbin Pazos-Revilla

Marbin Pazos-Revilla

Assistant Professor of Instruction and Systems Administrator

ENB 343C | 813-974-2467



Marbin Pazos-Revilla received his Ph.D. degree in Engineering from Tennessee Technological University with focus areas on Cybersecurity, Secure Authentication in Electric Vehicles, and Internet of Things Security. Marbin has published and presented works in areas of Internet of Things, Cybersecurity, and Engineering Education; and was the recipient of the Best Paper Award in the 2016 Annual Conference of the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society (NAFIPS), co-authored grants such as Tennessee Tech’s US Mission to Cuba Grant funded by the US Department of State, taught Process Controls as an adjunct faculty, and contributed to advancing Engineering Education with the use of virtualization and other technologies like MoLE-SI (Mobile Learning Environment and Systems Infrastructure). He was awarded the Tennessee Tech’s Engineering Award for Innovation and Creativity in 2012 and was the recipient of the 2019 Tennessee Tech Outstanding Professional Award. Since joining USF in 2019, Marbin has taught a variety of courses in the CSE Department including IT Systems Security, Capture the Flag, Systems Administration and Maintenance, Hands-on Cybersecurity, and Penetration Testing, among others. He currently serves as Director of Infrastructure for the CSE Department, as well as Interim Coach of the USF CyberHerd competitive team, and faculty advisor for the Whitehatters Computer Security Club (WCSC).

Research Interests

Cybersecurity; Cyber-physical systems; Internet of Things; Engineering Education

Teaching Interests

Programming Languages; Computer Networks; I.T. infrastructure; Virtualization and Cloud Computing


PhD in Engineering from Tennessee Technological University (2019)
MS in Computer Science from Tennessee Technological University (2010)
BS in Information Technology from Barry University (2004)

Honors and Awards

  • Recipient of Best Paper Award (2016)
  • Recipient of Tennessee Tech’s Engineering Award for Innovation and Creativity (2012)
  • Recipient of Tennessee Tech Outstanding Professional Award (2019)