Didit Adytia, Ph.D.

Didit Adytia, Ph.D.

BORN in Tanjung Pandan, Belitung, Didit is a lecturer of Computational Science, School of Computing, Telkom University. He graduated his undergraduate program in mathematics from The Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, ITB (2006). His master degree also was also obtained from the same department and university (2008). For his doctoral degree, he graduated from Dept. of Applied Mathematics in Universiteit Twente, The Netherlands (2012), specializing in water wave modelling & simulation. Directly after obtaining his PhD degree, he continued to work in University of Twente, as Post Doctoral researcher (2012-2016). In his research, he develops wave models and numerical implementations for simulating many types of waves such as wind wave, tsunami, wave generated by tropical cyclone, and wave design for hydrodynamic wave tank. He also actively involved in practical works in area of coastal and offshore engineering. He has many teaching subject such as, Partial differential Equations (PDE); Ordinary Differential Equations (ODE) and its Applications; scientific Visualization; Topics on Computational Physics; and Calculus IB & IIB. For further information about Didit, can be seen in his personal blog at adytia.staff.telkomuniversity.ac.id or contact to email: adytia@telkomuniversity.ac.id.


  • Post-Doctoral Researcher in Dept. Applied Mathematics, Universiteit of Twente, The Netherlands, funded The Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO)Technical Division STW (2012-2016)
  • Director of NeXT Ocean Indonesia (NOCI). NOCI is a startup in the area of coastal engineering, focusing on modelling and simulation of MetOcean (Meteorology & oceanography) services – Bandung, Indonesia (2013- 2016))


Development of Wave Forecasting System (2017-2018)
Investigation of coastal protection with mangrove forest using numerical modeling, in collaboration with Kementrian Kelautan & Perikanan (KKP), Indonesia, internal funding from Telkom University (2016-2018)
Modelling & simulation of water wave for design of numerical wave tank using pseudo-spectral method (2016)
Development of deterministic wave model for harbour applications, funded The Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) Technical Division STW, The Netherlands (2012-2016)