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Dr. Emil Lupu is a Reader in Adaptive Computing Systems in the Department of Computing at Imperial College London and an Associate Director with the Institute for Security Science and Technology, where he leads the Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research. Dr Lupu also leads the Policy-Based Autonomous Systems Research group as well as several research projects in the areas of pervasive computing, trust and security and policy-based network and systems management. He has numerous publications in these areas, serves on the editorial boards of the IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management, Journal of Network and Systems Management and the International Journal of Network Management, and on the program committee of several conferences.

Dr Lupu obtained his PhD from Imperial College London under the the supervision of Prof Morris Sloman and his first degree from the ENSIMAG (Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Informatique and Mathematiques Appliquees de Grenoble).

Lists of my publications can be found on Google Scholar and DBLP amongst others.

Jukka Soikkeli

Jukka joined the group as a PhD student on the HiPEDS CDT.
His current research interests are improving the resilience of partially compromised networks, and network forensics.
Jukka holds an MSc in Computing Science from Imperial College London, and degrees in economics from the University of Oxford and the University of St Andrews.

Hassan Chizari

Dr. Hassan Chizari has joined the RISS Group in February 2017, coming from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). Hassan is a Post Doctorate Research Associate (PDRA) in Imperial College London. He did his bachelor and master degree in Shiraz University (IRAN) on ‘Computer Hardware’ and ‘Artificial Intelligence and Robotics’ respectively. He was a PhD candidate in UTM studying on Wireless Sensor Networks and he was awarded the PhD on Computer Networks. He worked in Imam Khomeini International University (IKIU) and Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) as a Lecturer and a Senior Lecturer for about 9 years. His main research interest is Wireless Sensor Network both in hardware and software perspectives and mainly in cyber-security area.

 

Google scholar profile is here.

Research Gate link is here.

ORCiD link is here.

Attestation in Wireless Sensor Networks: A Survey

Attestation is a mechanism used by a trusted entity to validate the software integrity of an untrusted platform. Over the past few years, several attestation techniques have been proposed. While they all use variants of a challenge-response protocol, they make different assumptions about what an attacker can and cannot do. …

PETRAS Hub for the IoT

PETRAS_logo_black smallWe are thrilled to be part of the PETRAS IoT Hub which aims to ensure that the UK remains a global leader in the Internet of Things. PETRAS (Privacy, Ethics, Trust, Reliability, Acceptability and Security) groups together 9 leading UK universities and has more than 47 user partners from industry and the public sector. The consortium has received a £9.8M grant from the EPSRC. Dr Emil Lupu is to serve as Deputy Director of the Hub and lead for the Security and Safety Theme.

Konstantina Spanaki

Konstantina joined Imperial College Business School as a Research Associate in 2014. Her main research interests focus on topics of IT adoption, business integration and information management. She worked on joint projects between this group and the Business School in particular on value aspects of data and adoption of cloud security services. Konstantina is now a Lecturer at School of Business and Economics, Loughborough University.