Current PhD Studentships
Security Lancaster is proud of our PhD student research community and we are actively engaged in generating the best reseach projects for our students to work on. We actively engage in creating an innovative community of security researchers in order to drive forward and breakdown the barriers of current think through multi-disciplinary research. If you want to part of our growing community of research please see below for a list of our current opportunities.
The purpose of this PhD is to eplore the major privacy concerns surround social media by exploring automated approaches to help users manage their privacy online. The studentship is funded for 3.5 years and provides a stiped end at RCUK rate.
Closing date: 20 May 2013
This is a PhD award funded by GCHQ as part of their prestigious Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research PhD programme. This PhD project is designed to explore how we can reason about joint technical controls and social controls in socio-technical information systems, and thereby 1) make an integrated assessment of risk to the socio-technical system as a whole, and 2) design the system as a whole in a self-consistent, plausible way.
This is an EPSRC PhD Case Award jointly funded in part by EADS Innovation Works. This project wis designed to investigate the securitry issues around current and state of the art smart grid and other power generation technologies with the view of devising a novel Trusted Platform Module (TPM) for the embedding of security mechanisms and security monitoring.
We provided an archive of our previous PhD opportunities in ored for prospective applicants to gain an insight into previous areas of funding specific to Security Lancaster.