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The institute for cyber security (ICS) was established in March 2019 to bring together the world class cyber security education, research and innovation that was carried out across the City, University of London.
We look forward to interacting and working with you in tackling the global challenges in privacy, trust and security.
Our vision for the ICS is to be a trusted hub for protecting the megacities from cyber-attacks. This will be done by implementing a comprehensive plan and by promoting an environment in which the general public, private industry and government can work together to address those cybersecurity issues specific to the megacity’s digital infrastructures
City, University of London, with the support of EIT Digital, is offering an Industrial Doctoral Training Program in Cybersecurity, addressing the Cybersecurity issues of preeminent concern to European society and businesses. The Industrial Doctoral Training Program aims to develop the necessary interdisciplinary capabilities in the technical, organizational and social aspects of Cybersecurity, with application to concrete solutions of industrial interest.
The Cybersecurity DTP operates by sponsoring fully-funded studentships. Each studentship is co-funded by EIT Digital and one of the industrial partners in the Industrial Doctoral Training Program, and addresses a research problem of direct industrial interest for the sponsor, with academic supervision by experts in the relevant topics at City, University of London.
It offers companies access to the advanced cybersecurity expertise at City and the option to update staff competence while tackling topics of pressing industrial interest, and to students a rewarding, challenging research experience in a mixed, international university-industry environment opening broad career opportunities.
The EIT Digital Doctoral School is a leading European digital innovation and entrepreneurial education organization driving Europe’s digital transformation. It invests in strategic areas to accelerate the market uptake and scaling of research-based digital technologies (deep tech) focusing on Europe’s strategic, societal challenges:
The program is funded through studentships sponsored by EIT Digital and the industrial partners. The studentships consist of a full fee waiver and a stipend of £18K per year, for four years. Studentships are advertised on City’s job board and jobs.ac.uk.
The students' time is divided between City’s School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering (SMCSE), EIT-Digital London Co-Location Centre, the premises of the company co-funding the projects, and working visits at partner universities abroad, to enrich the student's research experience.
Over the 4 years of study, the PhD student follows the EIT Digital PhD, an enrichment programme to develop skills and competences in innovation and entrepreneurship in digital technologies, via:
At City, the PhD students are assigned academic supervisors, and access to extensive computing and library resources and the Cybersecurity lab. The Industrial Doctoral Training Program is associated to the interdisciplinary Institute for Cybersecurity, which links experts in multiple research centres in the School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering (SMCSE) as well as the School of Social Sciences and the City Law School.
Students are monitored and supported by a Senior Tutor for Research, participate in SMCSE’s doctoral training courses, and can gain teaching experience by supporting our undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
The Industrial Doctoral Training Programme in Cybersecurity started in September 2019, and its founding partners together with City, University of London are:
We are aiming to sponsor 10 studentships per year for the next 4 years.
If you are interested in learning about the Industrial Doctoral Training Program in Cybersecurity and/or sponsoring PhDs, please contact the director of Industrial Doctoral Training Program in Cybersecurity Prof Lorenzo Strigini at L.Strigini@city.ac.uk.
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