Hassan Chizari is Academic Course Leader (ACL) for MSc Cyber Security and Senior Lecturer in Cyber Security Department. His main research interest is studying randomness and its applications in cyber security. His latest work on extracting strong cryptographic keys from ECG signals has been funded by InnovativeUK. He has more than 40 peer reviewed research articles and supervised more than 20 postgraduate students in the fields of computing, networking and cyber security.
Indoor Air Quality Monitoring Portable Device, Special Award: Croatia INOVA in Malaysia Technology Expo (MTE 2016) Gold Medal: Malaysia Technology Expo (MTE 2016)
Smart Environment Monitoring (SEM), Gold Medal: Malaysian Research Conference and Innovation Exhibition (MRCIE 2015), Bronze Medal: Malaysia Technology Expo (MTE 2016)
Early Flood Detection: Developing Long-range Auto Rechargeable Radio Sensor Network, Silver Medal: Malaysian Research Conference and Innovation Exhibition (MRCIE 2015) Bronze Medal: UTM Industrial Art & Technology Exhibition (INATEX 2015) Bronze Medal: Malaysia Technology Expo (MTE 2016)
Indoor Air Quality Monitoring (iAQM), Bronze Medal: UTM Industrial Art & Technology Exhibition (INATEX 2015)
Hassan currently is the Cisco Network Academy Manager in University of Gloucestershire and supervise the Cisco Lab for students in all levels. He teaches a broad range of subjects including networking and advance networking topics.
Hassan’s latest work is to use body physiological signals to extract randomness from the body. The first part of this research has been publishes in IEEE Transaction on Dependable and Secure Computing. This research also secured two InnovativeUK fund and currently in collaboration with Crossword company, Hassan is exploring the possibility of converting the research to the product.