EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Cybersecurity AI Hubs

UCL is a world leader in teaching and researching cybersecurity.
It is in a unique position to deliver on the vision of this innovative and interdisciplinary CDT in cybersecurity, because of its ambitious portfolio of projects and over 40 members of faculty with internationally excellent expertise across all aspects of cybersecurity.
The team is led by the Computer Science department, which was the top UK department by research output in the UK REF 2014. UCL is recognized by GCHQ as an Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research and Teaching.
The departments involved hold active research grants worth £17.9M in cybersecurity, funded by the EPSRC, Royal Society, EU H2020, ERC amongst others, including £300K of active direct financial gifts from industrial partners.
UCL leads the PETRAS project on IoT security (£9.5M) as well as its successor, SDTaP (£13M), the IRIS project on secure interfaces (£6.1M); the Glasshouses project on distributed ledgers (£0.9M); Cyber Readiness for Boards (£1M), ECSEPA (£250K) and BARAC on Algorithmic transparency (£0.6M). The department of Security and Crime Science hosts the £7.4M Dawes Centre for Future Crime at UCL which focuses on understanding and addressing the changing nature of crime.
UCL‘s Departments of Security and Crime Science and Computer Science also contribute a secure data lab — the only such facility in a UK university — which is police-assured to hold sensitive data classified up to the level of secret.
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