I am working on Trustworthy Voting Systems project. The project is EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council) funded and is a collaboration between the University of Surrey and the University of Birmingham. We also have collaborations with the SeRTVS project at the University of Luxembourg.
I have been fortunate to work with Prof. Michael Clarkson at the George Washinton University as a research assistant from Dec '12 to April '13. I also enjoyed working with Liqun Chen at the Hewlett Packard Labs, Bristol and Prof. Peter Ryan at the University of Luxembourg.
Before starting my PhD I did an M.Sc in Computer security from the Univeristy of Birmingham.
At present, my research is primarily concerned with investigating verifiability, privacy and usability in electronic voting systems. I am interested in developing new protocols with better properties for remote voting.
Privacy in Social networks
I am also interested in investigating techniques using which private information in social networks like Facebook can be extracted.
- Tutor for Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (Current)
- Tutor for Commercial Computing module (2013-2014)
- Tutor for Foundations of Computer Science module (2013-2014)
- Tutor for Enterprise Systems module (2011-2012)