We have significant experience of applying our research in health-related applications, including security and privacy models for health data exchange, technology acceptance in ehealth and mobile applications development for NHS health records. We have established working collaborations with important stakeholders both nationally (e.g. NHS trusts, Farr Institute of Health Informatics Research) and internationally (e.g. Bambino Ges. Paediatric Hospital).
We have applied our research on user-centred design approaches to the design of mobile and ubiquitous devices and applications, particularly in the domains of learning. Moreover, we have applied semantic analysis of student learning.
We have significant experience of applying our research in the Culture sector, including analysis of 3D content in digital repositories, historical text mining of archives, and game-based crowd-sourcing of curatorial work. We have extended collaborations with relevant stakeholders including the Royal Pavilion and Museums, Historic England and the Natural History Museum, to name few of them.
Public administration and services
We have applied our research to develop platforms that empower citizens to achieve desired levels of privacy and public administration authorities to improve transparency with respect to privacy of citizen data. We have collaborated with international stakeholders from national authorities (e.g. the Italian Ministry of Finance) and local authorities (e.g. Municipality of Athens) and we are developing further collaboration opportunities with new entities, such as The Pensions Regulator.
We have developed novel modelling and visualisation techniques and have applied them to case studies to decrease the threat of data and identity theft, understand 5G security vulnerabilities and simulate propagation of security threats on connected infrastructures. We have developed collaborations with large stakeholders from industry (e.g. NOKIA, Fujitsu) and critical infrastructure owners (e.g. Maritime ports and Telecommunication companies such as OTE).
We apply our work in various important sectors of human society and we work with organisations in those areas through Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs), consultancy, and small and large research projects