I am currently working as a research fellow with Dr Nikolas Thomopoulos, Professor Caroline Scarles and Dr Nicola Carey on the HEIF funded project in partnership with Nervtech UK to test the driving support needs of those aged 60+ in the UK.
I am a graduate of the University of Surrey, and after obtaining my MSc in 2017, I moved to West Yorkshire. I have recently submitted my PhD thesis at the University of Huddersfield. My PhD thesis is titled “Exploring public acceptance of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs) with a focus on cybersecurity and privacy risks”, where I investigated CAVs benefits and their associated risks, their regulation and implementation, as well as public perception and acceptance of this technology. This research was sponsored by Huddersfield Business School and the Artificial Intelligence Research Funding initiative of Huddersfield University.