SWAN Research Team Spotlight: Chuanting Zhang (Senior Research Associate)

Our spotlight blog series aims to highlight the work of our research team across the SWAN Prosperity Partnership, showcasing the contributions of our post-doctoral researchers, PhD students, academics, and industrial partners. This time, we spoke to our newest team member, SWAN Senior Research Associate Dr Chuanting Zhang, who joined the University of Bristol in March … Read more

SWAN Research Team Spotlight: Dr Shuping Dang (Co-Investigator, University of Bristol)

Alongside our team of post-doctoral researchers, PhD students, and industrial experts, SWAN also benefits from the expertise of aligned academics at the University of Bristol. Dr Shuping Dang, Lecturer at the University of Bristol, joined the CSN research group and Smart Internet Lab in June 2021. Since then, he has been contributing to the SWAN … Read more

SWAN Research Team Spotlight: Steve Wales (Lead Researcher, Roke Manor Research)

EPSRC Prosperity Partnership projects aim to tackle problems of national importance through co-creation and innovation between academia and industry. As a partnership project, SWAN’s research programme is enriched by the knowledge and expertise of our industrial partners. In the next of our ‘spotlight’ research blogs, we spoke to Steve Wales, Lead Researcher at Roke Manor … Read more

Applications now open: Research Associate/Senior Research Associate in RF Cyber Security

***Deadline extended to 9th January 2022*** Applications are sought for the post of Research Associate/Senior Research Associate in RF Cyber Security within the Communication Systems and Networks (CSN) research group (part of the Smart Internet Lab). The successful applicant will join the EPSRC Prosperity Partnership on Secure Wireless Agile Networks (SWAN) with experimentally driven research in one or … Read more

PhD Opportunity: EPSRC funded 4-year PhD studentship in Secure Wireless Agile Networks (SWAN)

***Applications now closed*** PhD applications are sought for immediate start in the Communication Systems & Networks research group, part of the Smart Internet Lab, funded through our EPSRC Prosperity Partnership in the field of Secure Wireless Agile Networks (SWAN). This studentship will focus on applied machine learning in wireless networks and secure antenna design, and … Read more

SWAN Research Team Spotlight: Dr Manish Nair (Senior Research Associate)

In our spotlight blog series, we have been speaking to our Post-Doctoral Researchers, our aligned PhD students, and research team members from across the SWAN Prosperity Partnership to highlight their recent work within the project. Next in our spotlight series, we asked one of our newer team members, SWAN Senior Research Associate Dr Manish Nair … Read more

IoT Security Foundation Virtual Conference 2021

Title: IoT Security Foundation Virtual Conference 2021 Date: Wednesday 3rd – Thursday 4th November 2021 Venue: Virtual Event Website: https://iotsfconference.com Description The 7th Annual Internet of Things Security Foundation Conference is a two-day virtual event on 3rd – 4th November that will illuminate and educate delegates with the latest developments in IoT cyber security across … Read more

SMART:2021 Future Networks Research Conference

22nd-24th September 2021  The Smart Internet Lab is delighted to invite you for a virtual, FREE Inaugural SMART:2021 Future Networks Research Conference. Together with our PhD students, staff and industrial experts from Samsung, BT, Vodafone, KETS, OneWeb, DigitalCatapult, IoT Security Foundation, InterDigital and GSMA we have a rich programme including: 5G and beyond End to end … Read more

Profiling reported SNR from LoRa sensors deployed in Bristol

In the Winter 2021 issue of the SWAN newsletter, we shared an article about a precursor project to SWAN’s work on LoRa, which was funded by the National Security Technology & Innovation Exchange (NSTIx). Building on the LoRa gateway deployments and sensors provided through this pipe-cleaning project, an initial measurement campaign has been conducted to … Read more