I currently work as a post-doctoral Researcher working with Prof. Sadie Creese in the Department of Computer Science on the EPSRC-funded project SuperIdentity. SuperIdentity is a multi-disciplinary trans-atlantic project looking at improving the understanding of identity, the work encompasses aspects of identity that we reveal both in the real-world and in the cyber-world. This mixing of natural and cyber worlds is what makes this project unique and challenging, it is very motivating to work with leading academics across a broad range of subjects, this inter-disciplinary focus is a theme through my research and something I actively search out in research topics. I have presented the work to a number of SuperIdentity's key stakeholders and have received good feedback as the consortium looks to drive impact from the research.
In addition to this work I have provided paper reviews for CHI 2013 and 2014 and chaired a session on Infrastructure Protection and Information Systems Security at the European Intelligence and Security Informatics Conference (EISIC) 2012. I also was invited to attend the EPSRC ICT Early Career Workshop in January 2014.
I have a proven track history of delivering tangible benefits and impact from my research and I have expertise in developing SPA web-apps, back-end services such as node.js, Jetty and Tomcat and more traditional applications built in Java or C++. I have also developed a number of mobile applications which allow the exposure of my research to the public.
I actively take part in out-reach projects aimed at both GCSE and A-Level students, leading both broader STEM activities and specialist Cyber Security activities, for more information on these contact Suzannah Marsh.
Before joining the University of Oxford I worked for four years as a Researcher in the civil-service where I worked on cutting-edge research and development in a high-pressure environment, prior to this I was a post-doctoral researcher in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Bath.
My early academic research focused on the modelling of radio-wave propagation through various meteorological conditions. I worked in the Centre for Space, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences with Dr R. J. Watson. I completed my PhD, entitled Propagation Forecasting for EHF and SHF systems in 2005, which lead to a European patent (EP 1763154 A1). This inter-disciplinary reasearch took forecasts from Numerical Weather Propagation models and measurements of the current meteorological conditions and attempted to assess the current radio channel and, more importantly, provide medium- and longer- term forecasts.
Cyber Warfare: A Multidisciplinary Analysis
D. Hodges and S. Creese
Chapter Understanding Cyber−Attacks. Routledge. In preparation.
The SuperIdentity Stimulus Dataset − a Multi−Modal Biometric and Cybermetric Resource
G. Neil‚ S. Stevenage‚ S. Black‚ H. Meadows‚ S. Creese‚ D. Hodges‚ H. He‚ W. Pike‚ O. Love‚ S. Saxby‚ A. Knight‚ I. Hamlin‚ J. Schultz‚ D. Stanton−Fraser‚ C. Bevan‚ L. Emanuel‚ M. Whitty and S Jamison−Powell
In Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence‚ IEEE Transactions on. In Review.
Individual differences in cyber security behaviours: An examination of who’s sharing passwords
Monica Whitty‚ James Doodson‚ Sadie Creese and Duncan Hodges
In Cyberpsychology‚ Behavior and Social Networking. In Publication.