Prof. Patrick Dudenhofer
Office: ENS 220B
Email: Contact Professor
Mr. Dudenhofer serves as an Assistant Professor of Computer Science. After graduating from Cedarville University in 2004 he worked as a civil servant in the Air Force Research Laboratory for nearly ten years researching and designing human-computer interfaces for effective supervision of multiple remotely piloted aircraft and for meaningful user interaction with autonomous systems. He lives in Dayton with his wife Rachel and their three children – Mark, Peter, and Ruth. The Dudenhofers enjoy serving the Lord together in their home church and as a part of the Ohio Awana ministry team. His interests include biking, racquetball, hiking, reading science fiction and Christian non-fiction books, and spending time with his family. Mr. Dudenhofer had the blessing to return to Cedarville as a faculty member in August 2014.
M.S, Computer Science, Wright State University, 2011 B.S, Computer Science, Cedarville University, 2004
Human-Machine Interfaces; Dynamic Temporal Displays; Human-Automation Interaction