DPhil Mariam Nouh recognised in Grace Hopper ACM competition
Posted: 10th October 2017
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.