Nabanita BASU: 3D reconstruction of crime scene from blood spatter using machine learning concepts
Ingolf BECKER: Human usable computer security
Cristina BORDA FORTUNY: Optimizing the reconfigurable antenna design parameters for wireless communications at different frequency bands, offering unidirectional radiation pattern, good gain and the ability to maintain higher signal to noise ratio.
Kelly CHESHIRE: Using analytical chemistry techniques to give a more discriminant analysis of soils
Helen EARWAKER: Latent fingermark development techniques
Gwyn EVANS: Nanotechnology and surface science
Sally GAMBLE: Forensic Science
Alex GIBBERD: Statistical signal processing and machine learning for network traffic anomaly detection
Saravan KANNIAPPAN: Forensic human identification (DVI), crime scene investigation-homicide investigation.
Anna LAMBERT: Mathematical modelling of the spatio-temporal patterns of crime.
Alistair LEAK: Data mining to understand international dimensions to online identity.
Sherry NAKHAEIZADEH: Expert evidence and bias.
David PUGH: Materials chemistry
Michaela REGAN: Nanoparticles and how they can be used in forensic contexts
Thomas ROGERS: Autodetection of threats in transit: making x-ray scanners intelligent
Kirstie SCOTT: Spatio-temporal distribution of trace geological evidence in forensic investigation
Miranda SIMON: Modeling influence and risk attitudes in migration decisions using actor-based, longitudinal networks
Paula TARTTELIN HERNANDEZ: Assessing the feasibility of using gas sensors to detect drugs of abuse in breath
Ziyu WANG: Statistical anomaly detection in video analytics for security.
Veronika YORDANOVA: Data Communication for Underwater Sensor Networks