Software systems are an important and critical component of human society, used in areas such as healthcare, finance, transportation, power, military, education and telecommunications.
The Centre for Secure, Intelligent and Usable Systems focuses on both theoretical and practical research in computer science challenges related to security, intelligence and usability of software systems.
We welcome research student applications in the areas of Security and Privacy Engineering, Artificial Intelligence and Usability. Some representative topics include (but not limited to):
Security and Privacy
Security analysis for internet of things; threat propagation analysis; data governance for privacy; security by design and by default; security and privacy of critical infrastructures; security and privacy risk management; privacy-by-design and by default; security and privacy for artificial intelligence.
Automated provision of context and explanation; intelligent reasoning systems; agent-based architectures; natural language processing; computational linguistics; machine learning techniques for complex datasets; recommender systems.
Interactive technologies including creative design methods; user-centred design and evaluation; visualisation of logic; data visualisation; computational technologies for visual data; digital technologies for cultural heritage, digital health.
We are also particularly keen to explore research that cuts across more than one of the above areas.
For more information about our research centre, visit the Centre for Secure, Intelligent and Usable Systems website.
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