Research Student Projects ()

Peter Aaby (PhD 2016-)
Continuous authentication and behavioural analysis.
Alicja Pawluczuk (PhD 2016-)
Youth digital culture co-creation. Measuring the social impact in Scotland.
Baraq Ghaleb (PhD 2015-)
On efficient routing primitives for low-power and lossy networks in internet of things.
Dana Khartabil (PhD 2015-)
Visualisation of arguments.
John McGowan (PhD 2015-)
Can a novel real-time music visualisation technique based on Cymatics be used to improve therapeutic experiences of people on the autism spectrum?.
Michael Quinton (PhD 2015-)
The sonification of exosolar planetary systems.
Thanasis Vogogias (PhD 2015-)
A visual analytics approcah for gaining insights into biological network analysis.
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Gopal Singh Jamnal (PhD 2014-)
Cognitive IoT approach for ambient-intelligence smart spaces. Cognitive Internet-of-everything(IoE) approach of Ambient Intelligent Smart Space
Anusua Singh Roy (PhD 2014-)
The role of online social networks in the decision making process of highly skilled migrants.
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Aurelien Ammeloot (PhD 2013-)
Understanding and designing interactive collaborative spaces. The combination of personal and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) technologies with augmented "smart" spaces designed for collaborative work offers new design challenges for the HCI community.
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Alsnousi Essa (PhD 2013-)
Cluster-based multi-source multicast routing protocol for wireless sensor networks.
Mamoun Qasem (PhD 2013-)
On enhancing the reliability of power and lossy networks in the internet of things.
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Adrian Smales (PhD 2013-)
Cloud-based e-health: utilising a frailty framework to identify early signs of illness. The "Frailty Framework" is the development of a next generation health assessment and predictive analysis system. It will integrate clinical assessment instruments from InterRAI with a cloud-based...
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Andreas Steyven (PhD 2013-)
Exploiting cooperative behaviour to guide open-ended evolution in multi-robot applications. Swarm robotics is a special case within the general field of robotics. The distributed nature makes it more resilient with no single point of failure. Considering the application in remote locations,...
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Solomon Uwagbole (PhD 2011-)
Digital immunisation through network packets payload analysis and patterns-matching within a security boundary. SQL Injection Attack (SQLIA) remains today one of the top techniques used by a computer network intruder to pilfer an organisation’s confidential data. This is done by an intruder re-crafting web...
Richard Greenwell (PhD 2010-)
An approach to the semantic intelligence cloud.
Paul Griffin (Unspecified 1998-)
The New Scottish Politics of Information:Governance and Information Technology in the Devolved Scotland. The thesis provides an analysis of the new Scottish politics of information. It examines the implications of ICTs for the reformation of Scottish politics within the new historical moment of...
Oluwaseun Bamgboye (PhD 2016-)
A semantic approach for smart city data integration towards improved data quality.
Craig Thomson (PhD 2016-)
Exploiting the mobility patterns of mobile sink nodes to improve the efficiency of duty-cycling and routing in wireless sensor networks.
Lyndsey Jenkins (PhD 2015-)
Enhancing the capacity for workplace learning and innovation in Scotland.
Paul Lapok (PhD 2015-)
Evolving mechanical systems with bio-inspired computing for mechanical design.
Sean McKeown (PhD 2015-)
Fast image identitfication using partial files.
Christopher Stone (PhD 2015-)
A graph grammar approach to generation and modification of heurisitcs for combinatorial optimisation.
Iris Buunk (PhD 2014-)
Easier, faster, better? Evaluating to what extent social media facilitates tacit knowledge sharing practices between employees within organisations belonging to the public sector.
John Mowbray (PhD 2014-)
The impact of networking supported by social media on career management skills.
Elochukwu Ukwandu (PhD 2014-)
Distributed and robust sharing.
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Leo Appleton (PhD 2013-)
The value and impact of public libraries within the Information Society: their contribution to citizenship development. Leo Appleton's PhD research explores the impact of libraries on citizenship. He is based in the Centre for Social Informatics, where his Director of Studies is Professor Hazel Hall.
Lynn Killick (PhD 2013-)
An investigation into the population census as a tool for building the good society: policy, ethics and social informatics.
Frances Ryan (PhD 2013-)
Reputation management in a digital world: the role of online information in the management and evaluation of personal reputations.
Grzegorz Spyra (PhD 2013-)
Secure information sharing in the cloud.
Brian Davison (PhD 2012-)
The influence of varying wind conditions on wind turbine power performance.
Serkan Ayan (PhD 2010-)
Understanding user experience in blended spaces.
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Zhe Wang (PhD 2010-)
An approach to synergistic and dynamic service evolution in clouds.

Past Projects