By 2050, more than 60% of the world’s population is expected to live in urban areas1, making significant use of networked smart sensors through the Internet of Things (IoT). However, interconnectivity of data, sensors and networks, will introduce cyber vulnerabilities. Through the National Security Technology & Innovation Exchange (NSTIx), a small consortium based project was … Read more
The SWAN Prosperity Partnership has just completed the first full year of the project’s 5-year lifespan. To celebrate this, we are going to be taking the opportunity to highlight members of our research team, both in the University of Bristol, and within our partner institutions. This new blog series will take a deeper dive into … Read more
***Applications now closed*** Title: PhD Studentship in Secure Wireless Agile Networks (SWAN) Type of award: PhD Research Studentship Department: Electrical and Electronic Engineering Scholarship details: Scholarship covers full UK/EU (EU applicants who have been resident in the UK for 3 years prior to prior to the start date of their studentship) PhD tuition fees and … Read more
When our team kicked off the SWAN (Secure Wireless Agile Networks) Prosperity Partnership in February 2020, we eagerly started planning a series of training seminars for our research team aimed at filling the initial gaps in our knowledge base. Little did we know that we would soon all be working from home as a part … Read more
A call is now open for papers on Emerging Security Technologies for 6G. Read the full details and submission guidelines on the IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) website. This paper will be published in the IEEE Communications Standards Magazine. Important Dates Manuscript Submission Deadline: 30 November 2020 First Review Due: 28 February 2021 Revision Sue: 30 March 2021 Acceptance … Read more
Cyber security and wireless experts from academia and industry will join forces to tackle the growing threat posed to wireless networks by cyber-attacks, thanks to a £6.1 million funding boost from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and industry. Read the full announcement from the University of Bristol and the UK Government.