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Dr Peter Radanliev Post-Doctoral Research Associate

Dr

Petar Radanliev BA MSc PhD

Post-Doctoral Research Associate

Biography

Dr Petar Radanliev was the Postdoctoral Research Associate for the Cyber Risk Analytics and Artificial Intelligence (CRatE) project – from 2020 to 2021. Prior to this, Petar conducted Postdoctoral research for the PETRAS Harnessing Economic Value Stream from 2016 to 2018. Petar was also the lead Post-Doctoral researcher for the Impact Assessment Model for the IoT (IAM) project from 2018 to 2019. Petar conducted a collaborative research on the Cyber Risk Assessment for Coupled Systems (CRACS) project– from 2018 to 2018 and on the Red Teaming the Connected World (RETCON) project – from 2020 to 2020. Petar was also the lead Postdoctoral researcher on two research projects funded by the Cisco Research Centre.

Petar obtained his Ph.D. at University of Wales in 2014 and continued with Post-Doctoral research at Imperial College London, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Cambridge and the University of Oxford. He was Prince of Wales Innovation Scholar – 2010/2013 and Fulbright Visiting Fellow – 2017.

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Most Recent Publications

Epistemological Equation for Analysing Uncontrollable States in Complex Systems: Quantifying Cyber Risks from the Internet of Things

Radanliev P, De Roure D, Burnap P & Santos O (2021), REVIEW OF SOCIONETWORK STRATEGIES, 15(2), 381-411

Device-Type Profiling for Network Access Control Systems using Clustering-Based Multivariate Gaussian Outlier Score

Muhammad M, Daniel Ani U, Abdullahi AA & Radanliev P (2021), ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, 270-279

Review of algorithms for artificial intelligence on low memory devices

Radanliev P & De Roure D (2021), IEEE Access, 9, 109986-109993

Alternative mental health therapies in prolonged lockdowns: narratives from Covid-19

Radanliev P & De roure D (2021), Health and Technology, 11(2021), 1101-1107

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Research Interests

  • Real time analytics with Artificial Intelligence
  • Artificial Intelligence in Internet-of-Things (AI on a diet)
  • Cyber risk assessment/management
  • Cyber risk in National Critical Infrastructure

Research Groups

Current Projects

  • Cisco Research Centre - Cyber Risk Analytics and Artificial Intelligence
  • PETRAS/EPSRC project - Impact of Cyber Risk (CRatE)

Most Recent Publications

Epistemological Equation for Analysing Uncontrollable States in Complex Systems: Quantifying Cyber Risks from the Internet of Things

Radanliev P, De Roure D, Burnap P & Santos O (2021), REVIEW OF SOCIONETWORK STRATEGIES, 15(2), 381-411

Device-Type Profiling for Network Access Control Systems using Clustering-Based Multivariate Gaussian Outlier Score

Muhammad M, Daniel Ani U, Abdullahi AA & Radanliev P (2021), ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, 270-279

Review of algorithms for artificial intelligence on low memory devices

Radanliev P & De Roure D (2021), IEEE Access, 9, 109986-109993

Alternative mental health therapies in prolonged lockdowns: narratives from Covid-19

Radanliev P & De roure D (2021), Health and Technology, 11(2021), 1101-1107

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Publications

Recent Publications

 

Petar has written a blog post about this publication.

Journal articles on Covid-19

Petar has written a blog post about this publication.

News articles in technical magazines

Most Recent Publications

Epistemological Equation for Analysing Uncontrollable States in Complex Systems: Quantifying Cyber Risks from the Internet of Things

Radanliev P, De Roure D, Burnap P & Santos O (2021), REVIEW OF SOCIONETWORK STRATEGIES, 15(2), 381-411

Device-Type Profiling for Network Access Control Systems using Clustering-Based Multivariate Gaussian Outlier Score

Muhammad M, Daniel Ani U, Abdullahi AA & Radanliev P (2021), ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, 270-279

Review of algorithms for artificial intelligence on low memory devices

Radanliev P & De Roure D (2021), IEEE Access, 9, 109986-109993

Alternative mental health therapies in prolonged lockdowns: narratives from Covid-19

Radanliev P & De roure D (2021), Health and Technology, 11(2021), 1101-1107

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