Nurul Nurhandjati, S.IP, M.Si

Nurul Nurhandjati is a lecturer in Department of Political Science Universitas Indonesia and also a researcher in Center for Political Studies Universitas Indonesia. She is currently taking his doctoral degree in politics at Gadjah Mada University. She has started his teaching career in Universitas Indonesia since 1993. Then she undertook several managerial works in Universitas Indonesia, namely Secretary of Department of Political Science Universitas Indonesia from 2013-2014 and Secretary of Graduate Program of Department of Political Science Universitas Indonesia from 2004-2012.

Research interests

  • Indonesian politics,
  • Local politics,
  • Electronic voting studies,
  • Identity politics

Research projects

Ikhsan Darmawan, Nurul Nurhandjati, and Evida Kartini, Understanding E-voting: Lessons learned from other countries experiences and Jembrana (Bali), Jakarta: Yayasan Obor Indonesia, 2014

“The Success of the Phillippines and The Problem Faced by Indonesian in Implementing E-Voting for Elections”, Research Grant from Universitas Indonesia, 2014

“Public Opinion and Judgment on Problems in Padang Sidempuan City and pre-Regional Chief Election”,
Center for Political Studies Universitas Indonesia, 2012

“The Evaluation of the Implementation of E-Voting in the Election of Kepala Desa in
Jembarana County for the Visibility of the Implementation of E-Voting
in the Election of Regional Chief”, Research Grant from Universitas Indonesia, July- November 2010