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EPSRC Support by Socio-economic Theme in Safe and Secure ICT

EPSRC classifies the research it supports by socio-economic theme. This taxonomy has been used to classify all grants current on 1st January 2003 or received after this date.

Please note that the assignment of a theme to a grant indicates that the theme may apply in whole or in part to the research activity of that grant. This means that the values of grants within a classification should not be totalled to find the total investment in that area or to compare investment between areas of research. The value shown for each grant is always the total awarded, not the proportion attributed to the individual socio-economic theme.

Grant TitlePrincipal
OrganisationDepartmentTotal Grant
Value (£)
Automatically Detecting and Surviving Exploitable Compiler BugsCadar, Dr CImperial College LondonDept of Computing 672,083
Cyber Security for the Vehicles of TomorrowGarcia, Dr FUniversity of BirminghamSchool of Computer Science 1,127,781
DeepSecurity - Applying Deep Learning to Hardware SecurityO'Neill, Professor MQueen's University of BelfastSch of Electronics, Elec Eng & Comp Sci 765,827
Exploiting interference for physical layer security in 5G networks [CI-PHY] (EPSRC-FNR)Masouros, Dr CUCLElectronic and Electrical Engineering 626,096
Fast Runtime Verification via Machine LearningGrigore, Dr RUniversity of KentSch of Computing 100,918
Improving Protocol Standards for a more Trustworthy InternetPerkins, Dr CUniversity of GlasgowSchool of Computing Science 232,145
Interface reasoning for interacting systems (IRIS).Pym, Professor DUCLComputer Science 6,146,075
IOSEC - Protection and Memory Safety for Input/Output SecurityWatson, Dr R N MUniversity of CambridgeComputer Laboratory 511,891
Provably Secure Decisions Based on Potentially Malicious Trust RatingsMuller, Dr T J CUniversity of OxfordComputer Science 92,902
RCUK Catapult Researchers in Residence (Transport Sys.) - Securing Intelligent Mobility: Towards Real Time Interventions & a Resilient Cyber CultureHills, Dr MUniversity of NorthamptonFaculty of Business and Law 50,000
SAUSE: Secure, Adaptive, Usable Software EngineeringNuseibeh, Professor BOpen UniversityFaculty of Sci, Tech, Eng & Maths (STEM) 1,330,879
SCARV: a side-channel hardened RISC-V platformPage, Dr DUniversity of BristolComputer Science 1,024,324
User-controlled hardware security anchors: evaluation and designsRyan, Professor MUniversity of BirminghamSchool of Computer Science 486,082

Total Number of Grants: 13
Total Value of Grants: £13,167,003

The grant value may include the cost of access to facilities (these funds are not awarded to the grant holding organisation).