Series: Interdisciplinary Events, 13-15 December 2010
Two Schools (Engineering & Mathematical Sciences and Informatics) will hold a research half-day aimed at researchers and doctoral students from across the University.
Security is a major challenge for any modern society and has a multi-dimensional character. It includes strategic policy-making, human rights law, law enforcement, problem-solving and enabling technologies. Security research also has a dual nature in that the technology may be relevant to both civilian and defence applications and the primary ambition is to develop innovative security solutions and to facilitate their rapid take-up for the implementation of security policies and programmes.
This research half day aims to act as a way of creating a City Network on Systems Security and thus enable the formation of a critical mass of researchers with interests in this area, formulate ideas and stimulate the development of a number of research initiatives that require cross-School synergies:
- Security Challenges (Problems)
- Underpinning Technologies
- Methodologies (generic and problem specific)
- Policy, Social, Law related issues.
A number of key researchers will be invited and there will be a call for other staff to submit abstracts. We will select up to eight presentations that hopefully will cover the entire spectrum.
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When & where
1.30amMonday 13th December 2010