A CYBER-AI TECHNOLOGIES
HUB WHERE COMPANIES AND ACADEMIA COLLABORATE
ON THE ADVANCEMENT AND DEMONSTRATION OF AI AND
CYBER SECURITY RESEARCH,
INNOVATION AND SKILLS
The Cyber-AI Hub, hosted by CSIT, presents an exciting opportunity to develop exceptional research, skills and innovation across a range of cyber related themes and develop a talent pipeline of cyber security professionals with strong industry links. This new initiative, funded by the UK Government from the New Deal for Northern Ireland, will see a new Doctoral Training Programme, a hub for industry collaboration and skills development, bursaries for students to join Queen's MSc in Applied Cyber Security or Artificial Intelligence, as well as a report mapping the growth and development of the cyber industry in the region.
Where CSIT will collaborate with cyber security companies located in Northern Ireland on a minimum of eight research and development projects on AI-enabled cyber security.
Training 15 PhD candidates over 3.5years, facilitating knowledge exchange between CSIT and industry.
Equipping 40 individuals with advanced knowledge for the local cyber security industry through our MSc Applied Cyber Security or MSc Artificial Intelligence.
Debunking PhD Myths with CSIT alumni Dr Sarah McCarthy
Common myths about doing a PhD, debunked by our CSIT alumni Dr Sarah McCarthy.
Have you been debating getting a PhD but aren't sure if it's a good idea? Then this video will undoubtedly ease your concerns and possibly persuade you that the rumours you may have heard about pursuing a PhD are NOT accurate.