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.
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Rabih has recently joined the group and contributes to several activities.
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.
Andrea joined us from the University of Naples as a first year PhD student on the HiPEDS CDT.
Erisa joined us after a PhD at the University of Verona and a Post-Doc at the Technical University of Denmark. She worked on Data Sharing Agreements and Argumentation and Logic Programming techniques applied to Security.
Rodrigo has recently obtained his PhD in the RISS group working on attestation techniques in wireless sensor networks.
Martín has recently joined the group after receiving a PhD degree in Computer Science from the University of Lorraine, France, in 2014. His current research work focuses on intelligent protection mechanisms for cloud environments at run-time. His topics of interest include computer security, autonomic computing, vulnerability management, mobile and cloud computing, distributed computing, digital evidence and forensics, formal models and languages, Linux-based systems and TCP/IP networks administration, Java technologies, logic and database systems.
Vittorio Illiano is PhD student in the Department of Computing at Imperial College London, as part of the Intel ICRI on Sustainable and Connected Cities.
His main research area is security in Wireless Sensor Networks, with a focus on anomaly detection and related data analysis techniques.
He received the B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Computer Engineering from the University of Naples “Federico II”.
Vittorio left the group after completing and defending successfully his PhD Thesis. He is now working with Novartis.
Pedro has obtained his PhD in the RISS group working on composable techniques for reliability analysis.