Professor Emil Lupu

Imperial College London 22 may 2013Emil Lupu is Professor of Computer Systems in the Department of Computing at Imperial College London. He leads the  Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research and the Resilient Information Systems Security Group at Imperial College London. He serves as Associate Director with the Institute for Security Science and Technology and is the Deputy Director of the PETRAS IoT Security Research Hub – Cybersecurity of the Internet of Things.

His research interests focus on the cyber security and resilience of systems including their physical, digital and human characteristics and their ability to continue operating even when they have been partially compromised. Emil has made numerous contributions in the area of policy-based network and systems management and security  including the Ponder and Ponder2 policy systems, policy analysis refinement, deployment, implementation and learning.

He serves on the editorial boards of the IEEE Transactions on Network and Service ManagementJournal of Network and Systems Management and the International Journal of Network Management, and on the program committee of numerous conferences.

Emil obtained his PhD from Imperial College London and his first degree from the ENSIMAG (Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Informatique and Mathematiques Appliquees de Grenoble).

His publications can be found on Google Scholar and DBLP amongst others.

Vacancies: I welcome applications for a PhD from outstanding candidates in Network Security, Pervasive Systems, Software Engineering for Adaptive Systems, and Network and Systems Management.

Contact: e-.-c-.-lupu-@-imperial.ac.uk <hyphens removed>