Surrey Security Network
The Surrey Security Network is a new multi-disciplinary community of over 100 researchers across the University from over 15 groups investigating security within applications such as artificial intelligence, education, business, politics, law, physics and cybercrime.
Related groups and centres
Find out more about the various groups and centres involved in the network. For general enquiries email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Helping define and develop the 5G infrastructure that will underpin the way we communicate, work and live our everyday lives.
Bringing together world-leading expertise in advancing AI algorithms to address practical, real-world applications and the potential impact across a range of domains for the benefit of society.
Providing world class technical research for vehicle analysis in all electric and hybrid powertrains
Contact: Dr Ahu Ece Hartavi Karci
Providing high-quality, research-based analysis to a wide range of stakeholders on the most salient issues affecting the UK and Europe.
Contact: Professor Amelia Hadfield, Dr Laura Chappell and Dr Alia Middleton
Concerned with the security practices by which actors intervene to address humanitarian crises
Contact: Dr Nicholas Kitchen and Dr Alex Leveringhaus
Behavioural ethics; leadership behaviour; organisational justice; decision making
Contact: Dr Irina Cojuharenco
Secure Machine Learning: Privacy-Preserving Federated Machine Learning; Robust Deep Neural Networks
Contact: Professor Yaochu Jin
Cybersecurity law and policy; online content / behaviour regulation; national security law and foreign relations; extradition law, international police cooperation
Contact: Dr Mikolaj Barczentewicz
Trusted computing and systems, privacy and authentication, secure communications, blockchain and distributed ledger technologies, security verification and applied cryptography
Contact: Professor Steve Schneider
robust and resilient security and cyber protection for satellites, physical security and communication security
Contact: Professor Martin Sweeting
Modelling of dynamical systems driven by information: information, disinformation, and control
Contact: Professor Dorje C Brody