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DPhil Mariam Nouh recognised in Grace Hopper ACM competition


Mariam Nouh has won third place in the ACM Student Research Competition (Graduate Category) at the Grace Hopper Conference in Orlando. Her research paper is on ‘CCINT: The cyber-crime intelligence framework for detecting online radical content’.

Mariam is a DPhil student in Cyber Security, focusing on research topics related to detecting and analysing cyber-criminal behaviour online. Her research interest spans multiple areas including cyber-crimes, social network analysis, natural language processing, and machine learning.

A member of Mansfield College, she previously studied for her MSc in Information Security at Concordia University in Montreal in Canada and for a BSc at King Saud University College of Computer and Information Sciences in Saudi Arabia.