Dr. Matthew Bradbury

I am a Research Fellow in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Warwick and will shortly be joining the Security Systems Research Group of the Lancaster University School of Computing and Communications.

My research has explored a variety of issues involving security, context privacy and trust assessment in resource-constrained systems. This has ranged from context privacy issues in vehicles and wireless sensor networks, and security of different aspects of vehicular systems (including: system analysis, real-world testing and PNT). I am interested in developing and testing practical solutions to security issued based on a solid theoretical foundation.

I am currently working on the TEAM project I co-developed, which was funded by PETRAS to perform trust-based task offloading from resource constrained devices to resource rich edge nodes.

I completed my undergraduate masters degree at Warwick in 2013 and spent a short period in industry before returning to the Computer Science Department at Warwick to undertake my PhD supervised by Dr. Arshad Jhumka. I submitted my PhD in May 2018, after which I worked in the Cyber Security Centre in WMG from April 2018 to March 2020.