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Royal Holloway, University of London, Information Security Group PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 11 Royal Holloway, University of London, Information Security Group PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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SELES: Securing Legacy Software

Popular libraries grow rapidly in size while catering to diverse client software. A recent study of 11 versions of the Android Operating System showed that its Application Programming Interface (API) has grown ten-fold in a decade. Read more

Security and Privacy in App-enabled ecosystems

App-enabled ecosystems have taken over most of the ways we interact with devices and the internet. Users can now find and install apps on their smart devices (phones, watches, TVs, etc.), browsers (as extensions and webapps) or within other applications (suites, productivity tools, etc.). Read more

Lattice-based and Post-quantum Cryptography

The threat of large-scale, general-purpose quantum computers to existing public-key cryptographic solutions has lead to global efforts to standardise post-quantum cryptography as a replacement. Read more

Security of Medical Cyber-Physical Systems

Many medical conditions require therapy via implantable and wearable devices, such as cardiac devices to treat arrhythmia treatment and artificial pancreas systems for glucose regulation in diabetes. Read more

Evil Digital Twins - Combinatorial Structures over Sparse Graphs

The existence of certain structures or properties of sparse graphs and their efficient algorithmic identification or approximation presents interesting challenges where these are finite. Read more

Privacy-preserving Outsourced Computation

The Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security for the Everyday seeks to recruit a PhD student to work on practical privacy-preserving outsourced computation techniques, such as homomorphic encryption (HE). Read more

Securing emergent behaviour in swarm robotics

Swarm robotics is the study of how a large number of relatively simple robots can be designed so that a desired collective behaviour emerges from the local interactions among robots and between the robots and their environment. Read more
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