PhD Cyber Security | 1st Year | Belfast
I'm doing my PhD via the CDT programme at CSIT. I want to make a contribution to people's lives (I know! But seriously I do) and cyber security lets me do that. It's about keeping people safe - think nasty software on your phone, protecting hospitals or fighting off international bad guys. Plus I always wanted to max out my academic potential; in a different life I'd be an actual doctor.
I enjoy getting out with friends, training, catching movies, and writing electronic music. I used to work in radio too, presenting and producing with BBC Radio 1 and RTE 2FM. Secretly I'm a closet nerd, I don't do selfies (though that may change for this blog!) and somehow it took me until 2017 to discover Cards Against Humanity. Hope you like my ramblings!
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Stuart Millar, PhD Cyber Security | 10 April, 2017
Over the past couple of months I've been lucky enough to represent the Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) at the Northern Ireland Science Festival and an event at Trinity College, Cambridge
Stuart Millar, PhD Cyber Security | 21 March, 2017
Hey! First blog post here, so I’d like to give a general overview of my studies and why I chose Cyber Security at Queen’s.
Stuart MIllar | 27 June, 2017
One of the advantages of being a PhD student is that there more options with what you can do with your time with regards studying and research.
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