CHAI’s Principal Investigator, George is fond of multidisciplinary solutions in cyber security, especially where a breach has physical impact.
Dr. Manos Panaousis
Manos is an expert in modelling cyber risk and determining robust cyber defences to adversarial strategies based on applied maths, such as optimisation and game theory.
Dr. Anatolij Bezemskij
Anatolij is a cybersecurity researcher focusing on adversarial and offensive security towards the IoT domain, autonomous systems and industrial control systems.
Dr. Hsueh-Ju (Eddy) Chen
Eddy is a Research Fellow with interests in AIoT and cybersecurity and adversarial machine learning.
Weiru’s interests are primarily on data-driven intelligent autonomous systems, including event reasoning and correlation in cyber-physical system and decision making.
Dr. Kim Bauters
Kim Bauters’s interests are primarily on artificial intelligence, logic programming, soft computing, and epistemic uncertainty.
Kevin is a researcher in artificial intelligence with a particular focus on problems related to agents and multi-agent systems, including human-agent interaction.
Mina is a professor in Interaction Design at UCL Knowledge Lab with interests in digital learning, design methods for interaction design, and the relationship between technology and social practice.
Laura is a human-computer interaction researcher with expertise in working with users to inform the design of new technologies.
Prof. Pasquale Malacaria
Pasquale works on mathematical models for information security and cybersecurity in particular information theory and optimization.
Dr. Yunxiao Zhang
Yunxiao is a Postdoctoral Researcher in cybersecurity. His research focuses on developing optimal cyber hygiene measures using optimisation and game theory.
Etienne’s research focuses on clarifying the effects of inter-individual differences over the way we perceive, experience and act in our world pervaded with technology, mostly developing new stats methods to study brain and behavioural data or evaluating technology itself.
Dr. Simon Busch-Moreno
Simon’s work focuses on neuroscientific and psychological research related with language and individual differences, and in the application of Bayesian statistics for the analysis of electrophysiological and behavioural data.
Former team members
Dr. Sara Kalantari
Sara is a design researcher at UCL Knowledge Lab, where she studies user experiences, needs and behaviours to create value through ethical design.