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Cryptographic key

In Hassan’s latest project, a collaboration with Imperial College London and funded by Innovate UK, he examines how, from a physiological signal, a sequence of strong random numbers can be extracted to use later as the cryptographic key for secure communication between implants inside the body and its external gateway.

Hassan’s research has been published in more than 40 peer-reviewed articles, and he’s worked on more than 20 funded research projects. His research interests are mostly on graph theory, randomisation and encryption in very small-scale computing applications, such as wireless sensor networks, body area sensor networks, and the ​internet of things.

Dr Hassan ChizariSenior Lecturer in Cyber Security