Kevin Curran is a Reader in Computer Science and group leader for the Ambient Intelligence Research Group. He has made significant contributions to advancing the knowledge of computer science technologies evidenced by over 800 published works. He is a regular contributor to technology news for the world's press. He currently holds a Royal Academy of Engineering/Leverhulme Trust Senior Research Fellowship. He is also an IEEE Technical Expert for Security and a member of the EPSRC Peer Review College.
This class provides an understanding of the theory of data communications, networks and operating systems, underpinned through a series of lab based practical sessions.
This class introduces the issues that arise when we consider the security of computer networks, from both a "white-hat" (defensive), and "black-hat" (offensive) perspective.
Current Disseration topics are listed here in addition to exhaustive list of previous undergraduate and postgraduate topics for dissertations. Examples of final reports listed also.