Cyber Technology

Cyber Technology Institute Research Overview 

De Montfort University’s Cyber Technology Institute (CTI) is a recognised NCSC Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research (ACE-CSR). It produces high-quality research in the fields of cyber security, software engineering and smart systems, working with major industry partners, as well as providing outstanding training and consultancy services. 

The Cyber Technology Institute brings together the expertise of three specialist research centres: the Cyber Security Centre, the Software Technology Research Laboratory, and the Context Intelligence and Interaction Research Group.  

The Cyber Technology Institute atDe Montfort University invites applications with an Arts and Humanities dimension suited to the Midlands 4 Cities Doctoral Training Partnership, from UK and EU students, including collaborations with other DMU Institutes and Centres. In the first instance, please contact: 

Professor Eerke Boiten –

Director of the Cyber Technology Institute, Professor in Cyber Security

Data privacy and data ethics; cyber security; ransomware; formal methods: application to cryptography and security; refinement; viewpoints 

Dr Feng Chen –

Co-ordinator of DMU’s Doctoral Programme in Cyber Security and Software Technology

Smart technologies, software evolution, adaptive software 

To read more about the work of the Cyber Technology Institute, click here

To read more about Cyber Security and Software Technology Doctoral Training at DMU, click here

To read more about the Midlands 4 Cities application process and to apply, click here.

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