Muhammad Taimoor Khan from CMS has Won the Best Paper Award at Industrial Control System – Cyber Security Research

Taimoor’s current work “On Synthesis of Runtime Security Monitor for IoT Applications” has won the Best Paper Award at ICS-CSR (http://www.ics-csr.com) today.
The event isco-organized by Air Bus and is very well respected in industrial and practical solutions for ICS security. The Global Head of Cyber Defense, Siemens was head of jury for the selection of awards.

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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3MT – Competition FLAS / University of Greenwich

Judge’s Choice: Harriet Lowe (HSS) – Second language learning and the ‘knack’ for languages: are the rest of us doomed?

People’s Choice: Peter Soar (CMS) – Integrating Structural Mechanics in Microstructure Solidification Modelling

The 3 Minute Thesis competition is always a great event and a fantastic rehearsal for research students to begin to articulate their projects to broader audiences. In the recent heats, our Faculty winners were:

University wide winner for the 3MT – Competition


Receiving her award from Professor Javier Bonet is the People’s Choice winner, Harriet Lowe from the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences. 

Ala Barzinji awarded the Gourmand International Cookbook Award for bringing Kurdish cuisine on the global food map

Ala has written an award-winning book on Kurdish Cuisine called Traditional Kurdish Food

Postgraduate Researcher from Computing and Mathematical Sciences (CMS), Ala Barzinji, has not just been working on her research on the ”prediction and identification of child obesity using machine learning”, she has been cooking up a storm in her kitchen too! Ala was awarded the prestigious Gourmand International Cookbook Award for her book ”Traditional Kurdish Food: An insight into Kurdish culinary heritage”. In this book she has shared traditional Kurdish recipes and those looking to try new recipes can grab a copy of the book on Amazon:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Traditional-Kurdish-Food-culinary-heritage-ebook/dp/B00UD9WODE

Ala was also awarded the Most Successful Kurdish Woman Award 2019

For her achievement on being awarded for her cookbook, she was also presented with the ”Most Successful Kurdish Woman Award 2019” by the Centre for Kurdish Progress. This ceremony was held at the British Houses of Parliament and the award was presented by the Honourable Dan Carden.

If you would like to get in touch with her to discuss her research, machine learning or even about her love for Kurdish cooking, you can email her on her Greenwich e-mail address.