Haris Mouratidis is Professor of Software Systems Engineering at the School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics, at the University of Brighton. He is Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and Professional Member of the British Computer Society (BCS). Haris has been a visiting researcher at the National Institute of Informatics (NII), Japan, and a visiting fellow at the British Telecom (BT), U.K and the University College London, U.K. He is visiting professor at the University of the Aegean, Greece.
His research interests lie in the area of secure software systems engineering, requirements engineering, and information systems development. He is interested in developing methodologies, modelling languages, ontologies, tools and platforms to support the analysis, design, monitoring of security, privacy, risk and trust for large-scale complex software systems. He has published more than 140 papers (h-index 24) and he has secured more than £3M to support research and knowledge transfer. His funding portfolio includes grants from the European Union (FP7, Horizon2020), EPSRC, the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Higher Education Funding Council of England (HEFCE), and the Japanese National Institute of Informatics. He has also received funding from the Knowledge Transfer Partnership/Technology Strategy Board and the European Regional Development Fund for knowledge transfer and from industrial courses including British Telecom, ELC, Powerchex, and FORD.
His 'Powerchex KTP' project was finalist for the best 2012 UK National Knowledge Transfer Partnership TSB award.
He has strong experience of acting as evaluator for national and international funding bodies including the EPSRC, HEA, the EU, the Research Council of Norway, the Innovation Fund of Denmark, and the Austrian Research Council, and he has been invited subject expert for events organised by the EU, NATO and TSB.
He is on the editorial boards of the Requirements Engineering Journal and the International Journal of Information System Modeling and Design and he has been involved in the organization of various events related to his research interests. He was the General co-Chair of CAiSE’14 and he will be general chair of RCIS’17.