Reinard Primulando is a lecturer at the Department of Physics, Universitas Katolik Parahyangan. He currently serves as the Head of Physics Department, Universitas Katolik Parahyangan. In 2012, he finished his PhD from The College of William and Mary, USA. He has worked as a postdoctoral fellow at The Johns Hopkins University until 2015 when he joined Parahyangan Catholic University. His main research interest is in particle physics phenomenology. He has been involved as an advisor for the teams from Universitas Katolik Parahyangan in the Mathematical Contest in Modelling and The University Physics Competition.
Dharma Lesmono is an associate professor in the Department of Mathematics, Universitas Katolik Parahyangan where he has been working for more than 26 years. He holds Bachelor Degrees from ITB (Mathematics) and UNPAR (Accounting). He completed his Master Degrees from ITB (Industrial Engineering) and The University of Twente, The Netherlands (Mathematics). In 2006, he finished his PhD from The University of Queensland, Australia (Mathematics). He has been involved as jury in UNPAR’s Mathematics Competition for more than 12 years.
Mariskha Tri Adithia obtained her bachelor’s degree from Department of Mathematics, Bandung Institute of Technology. She then continued her study to pursue a master’s degree in Technishe Universiteit Eindhoven, the Netherlands, in Information Security Technology. In 2008, she finished her professional doctorate study, in the same university, majoring in Communication and Information. During this professional doctorate study, Mariskha involved in a project which evaluating smart card security; working together with Brightsight, a security laboratory in Delft, the Netherlands. After finishing her study, she worked as an IT consultant at Collis B.V., a company in Leiden, the Netherlands, specializing in testing payment systems and smart cards.
In 2010, Mariskha started working at Department of Informatics, Parahyangan University (UNPAR) and currently, she is the head of the Department of Informatics. She teaches some mathematics, information security and privacy, and cryptography courses in the department. Those areas are also her main research interest.