SECReT 2011 PhD projects
- Using smartphone applications to record real-time, spatially located information from large groups of people about their perceptions of safety (fear of crime) in the built environment (London)
- e-Voting security and acceptance
- Nanomaterials for Security Applications
- Increasing Efficiency of Security Procedures to Detect Explosives on Metro Rail Networks through Analysis of Human Errors
- Illicit Firearm Use and the Role of Firearm Procurement and Transfer Networks in England and Wales
- Time-of-Flight X-Ray Compton Scatter Imaging for Cargo Security
- Is HPLC a useful addition to current Geo-Forensic Analytical Techniques?
- Mathematical modelling to establish the effectiveness of countermeasures to radicalisation
- Secure and Robust Digital Archive Over Peer to Peer Networks
- Understanding and preventing criminal disruption of infrastructure networks, focusing on railway disruption
Mathematical modelling to establish the effectiveness of countermeasures to radicalisation
25 March 2013
In the six years since the 7/7 attacks in London by British suicide bombers, the field of counter-terrorism has expanded in both academic and Government circles. Despite this much of the research has been unscientific, with relatively little research being done into whether the countermeasures to radicalisation suggested by Government policy-makers actually work. This project seeks to use computer simulation and network modelling to establish whether measures implemented by Government departments are effective at hindering the radicalisation process, and thus whether they have had the intended impact in terms of preventing terrorism in the UK.