Our projects have received funding from sources including Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and the European Commission.
We have worked on interdisciplinary projects with the Department of Sociology and Department of Psychology, as well worked in partnership with other institutions (including the University of Cambridge, University of Bristol, and University of Amsterdam), and with businesses (including BT).
RECENT (MSCS RISE Project), October 2018 - September 2022. Academic - Dr Leila Musavian.
Energy-Harvesting Sensor Networks for Environmental Monitoring: Bridging the Research- Implementation Gap Newton. Funder - The Royal Society, 31 March 2018 - 30 March 2020. Academic - Dr Leila Musavian (Co-I).
SerIoT (Safe and Secure Internet of Things), SerIoT is optimizing the information security in IoT platforms and networks in a holistic, cross- layered manner (i.e. IoT platforms & devices, honeypots, SDN routers and operator’s controller). It will offer a secure SerIoT platform that can be used to implement secure IoT platforms and networks anywhere and everywhere. Funded by EU H2020, 1 Jan 2018 - 31 Dec 2020. Academics - Dr Nikolaos Thomos (CO-I), Dr Martin Reed, Dr Mays Al-Naday.
Artificial intelligence in future mobile networks: smart massive MIMO to deliver infinite capacity, Irish Research Council – Government of Ireland Postgraduate studentship, Oct 2017 - Sept 2021. Academic - Dr Hamed Ahmadi.
Vehicle Telematics Module Design, funded by Control Technologies UK, 2017-2018. Academic - Dr Masood Ur Rehman.
SPINSPACE (Spatially Encoded Telecoms and Quantum Technologies using Spin-enabled All-Optical Switching), EPSRC, July 2015 – Dec 2018. Academics - Professor Ian Henning (PI), Professor Mike Adams (Co-I), Dr Hadi Susanto (Co-I, Dept for Mathematical Sciences).
Nonparametric Information Geometry and its application to Signal Processing. Academic - Dr Nigel Newton.
Applications of Stochastic Control to Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics. Academic - Dr Nigel Newton, with collaborators: Sanjoy Mitter (MIT), Henrik Sandberg (KTH, Stockholm), Jean-Charles Delvenne (UC, Louvain).