Research in CTN is organised into three disciplinary groups: the Centre for Cyber Security, the Centre for Software Engineering, and the Intelligent systems (IS) group, all undertaking fundamental and applied research in a collaborative environment.
Formed in 2013, this new Centre focuses on allying the technological, economic or societal implications to combat cyber threats by new security and privacy practices.
Centre for Cyber Security >>
Formed in 2013, this new Centre works in the area of both empirical and formal software engineering, and the combination of the two.
Centre for Software Engineering >>
The intelligent systems research group combines research in computing, robotics and electronics to collect and analyse data to support smart environments.
Intelligent Systems >>
Research in these areas is embedded in the design and delivery of the School’s teaching portfolio.