• Fakultas Matematika dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam


Cokorda Pramartha is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Udayana University, Bali. He received his PhD in Information Technologies from the School of Information Technologies at the University of Sydney. His research span from information systems to cultural preservation in the form of digital heritage and digital humanities, with a particular interest in the Balinese culture.  He is the theme leader for digital humanities at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on the Humanities and social science (CIRHSS), a collaborative research centre between Australia National University and Universitas Udayana. He is the head of the Net-Centric Computing Research Laboratory at Universitas Udayana.  He is an inventor of the Tamiang Balinese keyboard for Balinese script.  He was a Secretary of the International Office at Universitas Udayana where his role was to assist and organize international promotion and collaboration.  Currently, Pramartha working together with the world-leading University to preserve threatened languages in Indonesia (

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  • 2021 - Awarded as the lecturer that owned the highest number of Intellectual Property Rights in the last three (3) years, Faculty of Math and Natural Science, Udayana University
  • 2018 – Nominee for the Australian Council of Professors and Heads of Information Systems (ACPHIS) Best Australian Information Systems PhD Thesis Award.
  • 2017 – Finalist in the three minutes thesis competition held by the Sydney South East Asia Centre (SSEAC), The University of Sydney.

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