Dr Hien Quoc Ngo has featured in the 2021 AI 2000 Most Influential Scholar Annual List. He was awarded AI 2000 Most Influential Scholars Honorable Mention in the Internet of Things (IoT) category.
Dr Ciara Rafferty caught up with Quantum Communications Hub to talk all things post-quantum cryptography. Check out the interview below.
Queen’s University Belfast and the Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) today (Friday, 26 March) welcomed the new CEO of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), Lindy Cameron, CB OBE, at a joint virtual event.
Two researchers from the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences at Queen’s University Belfast have been awarded prestigious fellowships from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) worth a total of £1.1m.
Developments in smart technologies are set to create many new job opportunities over the next decade and pupils and their parents can find about them from an award-winning QUB science communicator at a free online event on Tuesday (23 February).
New research carried out by Ipsos MORI, Perspective Economics and CSIT published today by DCMS says record year for UK’s £8.9bn cyber security sector.
Queen’s University Belfast has been named as one of the UK’s first Academic Centres of Excellence in Cyber Security Education.
Thirty funded postdoctoral scholarships announced by Queen’s University Belfast are set to provide a unique opportunity to explore the challenges of Artificial intelligence (AI) for every area of science and society.
New software to tackle cybersecurity risks increased by remote working has been developed through a partnership between Queen’s University Belfast and Belfast-based tech company Ampliphae.
A researcher at Queen’s University Belfast has been awarded £1.7m (2 million euro) funding to lead a five year project underpinning wireless communications as far ahead as the mid-2030s.
A study that was conducted at ECIT for over a year was published and nominated for the 'Best Paper Award' at the prestigious IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Microarchitecture® (MICRO).
Invent is an annual competition that supports, recognises and rewards local innovations and proof of concept ideas that have the greatest commercial potential in Northern Ireland.
Three researchers from ECIT’s Centre for Wireless Innovation attended the virtual IEEE 5G World Forum where they presented a paper and were awarded first place.
An academic from Queen’s University Belfast has been awarded a five-year prestigious Research Chair from the Royal Academy of Engineering to study 6G.
A researcher from Queen’s University Belfast has been awarded a five-year research fellowship from the Royal Academy of Engineering to make delays in wireless networks a thing of the past.
Researchers from Queen’s University Belfast are providing independent oversight and expert advice to the team developing the new StopCOVID NI app.
The International Workshop on Integrated Nonlinear Microwave and Millimetre-wave Circuits (INMMiC) 2020 was held virtually on 16-17th July from Cardiff, Wales.
The Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) at Queen’s University is being used by the UK Government as a case study on how investment in research, development and innovation can deliver economic impact to the surrounding area and beyond.
Researchers from Queen’s University Belfast are part of a £33 million UK Government innovation grant to develop zero emissions ferries in Belfast over the next four years.
Academics from Queen’s University have been awarded $310,738 for research towards intelligent welfare monitoring of chickens farmed for their meat.
Dr Varghese will partner with BT as part of this fellowship which aims to build collaborative links between industrial and academic sectors.
ECIT researcher has invented a low cost telecommunication system using drones which provides early warning on natural disasters and acts as a wifi ‘hotspot’ when phone signal is disrupted during extreme weather.
The UK’s cyber security industry is now worth an estimated £8.3 billion, with total revenues in the sector up 46 per cent since 2017, research from Queen’s University Belfast has revealed.
A researcher from Queen’s University Belfast has developed an innovative new algorithm that will help make artificial intelligence (AI) fairer and less biased when processing data.
World leading cybersecurity expert Professor Máire O’Neill has been assigned a rare and prestigious Regius Professorship by the Vice-Chancellor of Queen’s University Belfast.
Airport security queues could be slashed and screening for weapons could become much more effective after Queen’s University Belfast researchers have been awarded £1 million to develop a ground-breaking solution.
This week LORCA introduced 20 scaleups selected to join their fourth cohort of cyber innovators, which is their largest and most international yet.
Rakuten Mobile, Japan’s newest mobile network operator, is collaborating with Queen’s University Belfast to set up an Edge computing hub, which will be based in Belfast.
Prof Simon Cotton, director for the Centre for Wireless Innovation in Belfast, is part of a team already looking beyond 5G into the world of 6G.
Dr. Georgios Karakonstantis has been elevated to the grade of Senior Member of IEEE for his achievements; a recognition achieved by only 8% of IEEE's 425,000 members across 160 countries.
Fog computing is expected to become the next major computing paradigm that will change the way we use the Internet behind the scenes.
The Research Institute of Secure Hardware and Embedded Systems (RISE) hosted their 2nd Annual Conference at the National Liberal Club in London on 21st November 2019.
The Royal Academy of Engineering has elected Professor Máire O'Neill, Acting Director of ECIT and Director of the £5M EPSRC/NCSC-funded Research Institute in Secure Hardware and Embedded Systems (RISE), as a Fellow.
The Centre for Wireless Innovation (CWI) at Queen’s University Belfast has been ranked 28th globally in the ShanghaiRanking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects in Telecommunication Engineering.
Máire O’Neill, Acting Director of ECIT, has been appointed to the newly formed global technology policy council by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Queen’s University Belfast and Ulster University have launched a new joint website as part of their £30 million commitment to the Belfast Region City Deal (BRCD).
Queen’s is helping secure Northern Ireland’s status as a global cyber security hub by offering 40 full scholarships worth over half a million pounds for its specialist Applied Cyber Security MSc programme.
A researcher from The Institute of Electronics, Communications and Information Technology (ECIT) has been awarded a major grant that will allow him to build a five strong team to work on developing a new mobile network concept.
The Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) at Queen’s University Belfast, has provided extensive engineering support to innovative cyber security company, Surevine, which will support better in critical infrastructure supply-chains.
The London Office for Rapid Cybersecurity Advancement (LORCA) launches the open call for its third cohort of cyber innovators.
A team of researchers at Queen’s University Belfast’s Centre for Wireless Innovation have won a global award for their work in creating a solution which will reduce the cost and complexity of 5G mobile networks.
Three researchers from the Institute of Electronics, Communications and Information Technology (ECIT) at Queen’s University Belfast have been shortlisted as finalists in the esteemed Mobile World Scholar Challenge.
As part of InterTradeIreland’s innovation programme, FUSION, ECIT researchers worked alongside CreVinn Teoranta to develop cutting edge solutions in hardware acceleration for high performance computing.
The Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) has been shortlisted for Research Laboratory Team of the Year in the Irish Laboratory Awards 2019.
Computer scientists at Queen’s University Belfast have designed a new innovative system to reduce delays on smart devices.
Queen’s University Belfast cybersecurity expert Professor Máire O’Neill has been awarded US$30,000 in the second annual Blavatnik Awards in the UK, which honour outstanding young scientists under the age of 42.
The Centre for Wireless Innovation (CWI) at Queen’s University Belfast (QUB) hosted a workshop on "Research Advances in Radio Frequency Through Millimetre Wave Radio Communications Technologies" to celebrate 60 years of Microwave Engineering at QUB.
The University Defence Research Collaboration (UDRC) will host the 8th conference of the Sensor Signal Processing for Defence (SSPD) series which will be held in Brighton on the 9-10 May.
The world’s largest educational and scientific computing society, ACM (the Association for Computing Machinery), has named Professor Dimitrios Nikolopoulos among 49 Distinguished Members recognised for outstanding contributions to the field.
The IAE presented the Parsons Medal to Prof Sir McCanny at a ceremony in Belfast, onboard HMS Caroline, on 25 October. A crowd of esteemed engineers, academics and Prof Sir McCanny’s friends and family attended the day’s festivities.
Dr Michalis Matthaiou, a researcher at the Centre of Wireless Innovation (CWI) at Queen’s University Belfast, won Best Paper Award at the 2018 International Conference on Wireless Communications and Signal Processing (WCSP) in Hangzhou, China.
The Irish Academy of Engineering (IAE) has announced that Professor Sir John McCanny CBE FRS FREng FIAE of Queen’s University Belfast (QUB) will receive this year’s Parson’s Medal.
Today, 9 global cyber security ecosystems in 5 different countries announced a 'Soft Landing Programme'.
The Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) based at Queen’s University Belfast has announced Kildare based start-up Tixserve as the newest addition to its associate membership programme.
A Queen’s University Belfast student has developed software which can detect insurance fraud quickly.
Queen’s University Belfast is investing £500k in a brand new state-of-the-art cyber security research lab at the Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT).
Ten new research and engineering jobs are being created at Queen’s University Belfast, to meet the demands of new contracts and the rapidly growing cyber security industry in Northern Ireland.
A new millimeter-wave research lab has been opened by Keysight Technologies, Inc. in collaboration with Queen’s University Belfast.
A £5m multi-university Research Institute to improve hardware security and reduce vulnerability to cyber threats has been launched at the Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT), Queen's University Belfast.
A researcher at Queen’s University Belfast has been awarded the 2017 Newton Prize in Vietnam for his work designing a wireless communications system which can withstand natural disasters such as an earthquake, tsunami or hurricane.
A researcher at Queen’s University Belfast has been shortlisted for the 2017 Newton Prize after he created a robust wireless communications system which can battle through an earthquake, tsunami or hurricane.
Distance learning programme will see Kainos staff turn on-the-job training and expertise into world-class qualifications in cyber security subjects
Cyber London and the Centre for Secure Information Technologies invite applications for joint programme to encourage entrepreneurship in cyber security
Queen’s University Belfast has welcomed the announcement that it has been awarded Northern Ireland’s first Regius Professorship by Her Majesty the Queen.
Queen’s University Belfast’s Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) collaborates with digital financial solutions firm Intelligent Environments through a Knowledge Transfer Partnership
His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales has officially launched Queen’s University Belfast’s first Global Research Institute today (Monday 23 May 2016).
The Centre for Secure Information Technologies at Queen’s – a major hub for research and innovation in electronic engineering and cyber security – will receive a Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education.
The UniServer project “A Universal Micro-Server Ecosystem by Exceeding Energy and Performance Scaling Boundaries ” led by Queen’s University Belfast has been awarded €4.8million from the Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation program.
The Royal Academy of Engineering, with additional support from the Lloyd’s Register Foundation, has awarded eight Research Fellowships to some of the UK’s top engineering researchers working on projects from X-ray imaging to antibiotic resistance.