The University of Brighton’s Centre for Secure, Intelligent and Usable Systems brings together interdisciplinary research in computing and mathematics with applications to various domains, such as Health, Arts and Humanities, Education, Critical Infrastructure, and sectors in the UK and worldwide.
Our research into software systems includes broadly various areas:
- Digitisation and digital transformations
- Computer graphics, visualisation and immersive technologies
- Cloud Computing and the Internet of Things (IoT)
- Cyber Security and Privacy
- Data science and applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI)
- User experience and behaviour
- Mathematics and statistics theory and applications
We provide various opportunities to academics, practitioners and industries across the world to engage with us and our facilities through various events and opportunities.
- Educational Escape Rooms Special IssueThe rapidly evolving field of learning technologies continues to offer new and innovative approaches for promoting student engagement and facilitating knowledge acquisition. One such approach is the use of educational escape rooms (EERs), which have become increasingly popular in recent years. Despite the potential benefits of EERs, there is a growing need for research that … Continue reading Educational Escape Rooms Special Issue
- Bronze Sustainability Award for research on data-driven carbon footprints modelsPhD student, Julia Meister, won the “Bronze Sustainability award” out of over 150 finalists in the STEM for Britain competition in the House of Commons. This is an annual poster competition in the Houses of Parliament to support and promote Britain’s early-career research scientists and engineers. Julia’s work focuses on measuring emission savings when deploying a … Continue reading Bronze Sustainability Award for research on data-driven carbon footprints models
- CSIUS Researcher: Dr Stefan SpeckesserAssociate Dean (Research and Knowledge Exchange) Why did you become a researcher? For Germans of my generation, the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 was the most important historical event in our lifetimes. For me, it was also the reason why I became interested in research. Over a few months, Germany witnessed the collapse … Continue reading CSIUS Researcher: Dr Stefan Speckesser
- Place-Based Development of Egypt’s Handicraft ClustersThis 2nd of March we ran our public workshop in Historic Cairo presenting the results of the project: “Establishing research links to support the digital transformation of Egypt’s handicraft industries“. This project is supported by a Research Environment Links grant from the British Council’s Going Global Partnerships programme with the Grant Agreement No. 871072737. The programme builds … Continue reading Place-Based Development of Egypt’s Handicraft Clusters
- Assessing the impact of visualization media on engagement in an active learning environmentDr. Fadi Castronovo, a researcher at the centre, in collaboration with Andrew Stanciulescu and Dr. Jesús Oliver, all from the California State University East Bay, published a new article in the International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology journal on their work on the use of active learning strategies and large display system … Continue reading Assessing the impact of visualization media on engagement in an active learning environment