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Reducing Carbon Emissions in Shipping: An Agent-Based Approach

Supervisory Team.   Enrico Gerding, Sarvapali Ramchurn, Dominic Hudson. Project description. This truly interdisciplinary project on carbon emission reduction combines techniques from artificial intelligence, game theory, transportation, shipping and optimisation. Read more

Data driven modelling of supply chain constraints in maritime transport

Supervisory Team.   Adam Sobey (CMEE), Markus Brede (ECS) and Amy Parkes (Industry). Project description. Recent incidents, such as the blocking of the Suez Canal or lack of workers at Chinese ports due to COVID, demonstrate the importance of maritime trade. Read more

Dynamic Data-Oriented Serverless Fog Computing

Fog computing can support Web services with fast response time and low bandwidth usage by moving computation from the Cloud to machines that are located close/on the Edge (i.e., close/at the end-users’ devices). Read more

Uncertainty-aware defence mechanisms against persistent aerial threats

UK’s drone industry would impact £42bn on the economy with an expected GDP growth of 2% by 2030. It is a vast market to explore, and this PhD project aims to fill the potential gap of security and threats associated with aerial vehicles. Read more

Machine learning attack resistant hardware security for IoT

According to Cisco, 500 billion devices are expected to be connected to the Internet by 2030. The Covid-19 pandemic, resulting in remote working and home-schooling, is leading to a multiplier effect on rising computing technologies. Read more

Intelligence for Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Applications in 6G

Ultra-reliable low-latency communications (URLLC) will be a core part of future wireless networks such as 5.5G and 6G. It will enable many exciting mission-critical applications such as autonomous driving, industry automation and remote surgery, to name but a few. Read more

Predictive Data Analysis of Air Quality to Reduce Health Risks

In urban areas, poor air quality is one of the major concerns to societies and environmental risk to public health. Long-term exposure to air pollution can cause chronic conditions such as cardiovascular and respiratory diseases as well as lung cancer, leading to reduced life expectancy. Read more

Connecting Privacy and Security Regulations with Software Engineering – Requirements, Specifications and Applications

Privacy and security regulations are a major challenge for engineering privacy and security in software systems. This is because the directives are often specified abstractly to a wider audience, therefore difficult to measure information disclosure risk more intuitively. Read more

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