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Lucas Kello

Lucas Kello is Senior Lecturer in International Relations at Oxford University. He serves as Director of the Cyber Studies Programme, a major research and teaching initiative on all aspects of the modern information society. He is also co-Director of the interdisciplinary Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security at the Department of Computer Science. Previously, he was a joint Research Fellow in the International Security Program and the Cyber Project at Harvard University’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. He was also a member of the Harvard-MIT multiyear project on Explorations in Cyber International Relations. He remains affiliated with Harvard as an Associate of the Belfer Center's Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program. His recent publications include “The Meaning of the Cyber Revolution: Perils to Theory and Statecraft” in International Security, “The Virtual Weapon: Dilemmas and Future Scenarios” in Politique étrangère, and “Security” in The Oxford Companion to International Relations.

 

 

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Assoc. Prof. Ivan Martinovic

Ivan Martinovic is Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Oxford University. Most of his research interests are in the area of cyber-physical system security and network security. Before coming to Oxford he was a postdoctoral researcher at the Security Research Lab, UC Berkeley and at the Secure Computing and Networking Centre, UC Irvine. From 2009 until 2011 he enjoyed a Carl-Zeiss Foundation Fellowship and he was an associate lecturer at TU Kaiserslautern, Germany. His publications have won numerous awards, including the Best Paper Award at the Cyber-Physical System Security Workshop (CPSS 2015), which was held in conjunction with the 10th ACM Symposium on Information, Computer and Communications Security.

 

 

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Assoc. Prof. Innar Liiv

Innar Liiv (PhD, Tallinn University of Technology, 2008) is an Associate Professor (Data Science) at the Department of Informatics at Tallinn University of Technology and Cyber Studies Visiting Research Fellow at University of Oxford. He was previously a Visiting Scholar at Stanford University (2015) and Postdoctoral Visiting Researcher at Georgia Tech (2009). His research interests include e-government & data science, social network analysis, organizational network science, computational social science, seriation, clustering, information visualization and data mining technology transfer to industrial and governmental applications. His work has been published in Statistical Analysis and Data Mining: The ASA Data Science Journal and Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Computational Statistics. Innar Liiv has won the Classification Society Distinguished Dissertation Award 2009. In 2013-2015, his lab was mining Big Data for data-driven policy assessment generated by 507 i-MIEVs from Mitsubishi, which were bought by the Estonian government under the auspices of the Green Investment Scheme created by the United Nation’s Kyoto Protocol.

Currently, as Cyber Studies Visiting Research Fellow at University of Oxford, he is working on an interdisciplinary research question “How to use data science to improve governments innovatively and successfully?”

 

 

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Jamie Collier

Jamie Collier is a Research Affiliate of the Cyber Studies Programme at Oxford University. He is also a DPhil Student in Cyber Security at the Department of Politics and International Relations as well as the Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security. His current research interests include public-private partnerships, the role of civilian groups in the cyber domain, and the ways in which states mobilise various non-state actors to project power. Jamie has previous work experience with the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence and PricewaterhouseCoopers India.

 

 

 

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Ulrike Deetjen

Ulrike Deetjen is a researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford University. She has worked extensively on questions around online health services and health outcomes. Recently, she researched the benefits and success factors of e-prescriptions across several European countries, authored the OECD report titled Big Data for Advancing Dementia Research, and applied spatial microsimulation and machine-learning approaches to understand Internet-based health outcomes and health communication online. She is also a business technology consultant at McKinsey & Company, where she advises healthcare organisations around the globe on digital health strategies and advanced data analytics.