Month: October 2014

Can You Engineer Privacy?

“Can You Engineer Privacy?” featured in Aug 2014 CACM has one of the best start paragraphs I have seen. Following this strong start, the article articulately introduces some of the challenge and areas of active research in privacy engineering. The article does an excellent job of presenting an cross discipline overview though the lack of reference (the typical Read More

Pyland @ PyCon UK

Alex Bradbury presented Pyland, our new educational programming game for kids at this year’s PyCon UK. Ben Catterall,  Joshua Landau, Ashley Newson and I founded Pyland this summer at the computer lab under the excellent supervision of Alex Bradbury and Robert Mullins. We are now looking to get more people involved in the project, the code Read More

It’s Official

As of yesterday, I am officially enrolled as a PhD student at the University of Cambridge, Computer Lab. The upcoming week is packed with inductions and socials but I can’t wait to get going on with my research. Read More