C4IIoT will build and demonstrate a novel and unified Industrial IoT cyber security framework

Dr. Georgia Sakellari (Principal investigator), Dr. Georg​e Loukas (co-I), ISEC group , University of Greenwich.

For malicious and anomalous behaviour anticipation, detection, mitigation and end-user informing. Greenwich’s role is to equip the framework with the ability to decide dynamically where to process the security-relevant data it collects in a manner that takes into account the performance, energy and security of the system.

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The London première of a rediscovered masterpiece Dziga Vertov, Anniversary of the Revolution (Godovshchina Revoliutsii, 1918)

Co-hosted by School of Design University of Greenwich​, UCL SSEES Russian Cinema Research Group, and Queen Mary University of London. 

Introduced by Nikolai Izvolov (Museum of Cinema, Moscow), followed by a panel discussion with: Jeremy Hicks (Professor of Russian Culture and Film, Queen Mary University of London), Dr Maria Korolkova (Senior Lecturer in Media and Film Studies, University of Greenwich), Dr Kristin Roth-Ey (Lecturer in Modern Russian History, UCL SSEES) and Robert Service (Emeritus Professor of Russian History, Oxford University, and Hoover Institution Senior Fellow).

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Immersive Hyperreal Soundscapes – Andrew Hill

This is a collaborative project between the University and industry partner L-ISA
(a division of L Acoustics)
, this project investigates creative workflow practices involved in adapting linear timeline-based composition towards new object-based panning systems, such as those used in the new L-ISA multi-channel audio system. 

Paula Fairfield The Sound Designer for Game of Thrones / LOST

is working with
Andrew Hill (UOG) on this project.

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