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Research project

DARE UK (Data and Analytics Research Environments UK) Privacy Risk Assessment Methodology (PRiAM) project

Project overview

This work was funded by UK Research & Innovation [Grant Number MC_PC_21030] as part of Phase 1 of the DARE UK (Data and Analytics Research Environments UK) programme, delivered in partnership with Health Data Research UK (HDR UK) and ADR UK (Administrative Data Research UK).

Staff

Lead researcher

Professor Michael Boniface CEng, FIET

Professorial Fellow in Information Techn

Research interests

  • Artifical intelligence for health systems
  • Human centred interactive systems
  • Federated systems management 
Other researchers

Dame Wendy Hall DBE FRS FREng FCGI

Director of WSI

Research interests

  • Web Science
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Data Science

Professor Mike Surridge

Professorial Fellow Information Tech

Research interests

  • Computer Networks Security
  • Automated cyber security risk assessment and management

Dr Laura Carmichael LLB (Hons), MSc (Dist.), PhD

Research Fellow

Research interests

  • Data Governance
  • Data Sharing Models
  • Data Protection Law

Dr Brian Pickering MA, PGCert, MSc, DPhil, MBPsS, MBCS

Senior Research Fellow

Research interests

  • My focus is on how human agents interact with technology, especially the online world, to achieve their goals. Most of the work I do is informed by Actor Network Theory and tussle analysis, but also the social psychology of group interactions. This also involves the development of agency and increased self-efficacy.
  • Trust: The social science construct of trust as an ongoing negotiation between trustor (who is willing to expose themselves to vulnerability) and the trustee (who must demonstrate their trustworthiness through their actions) is an underlying theme to much of the work I am involved in. I do not conflate trust with a cognitive assessment of cost versus benefit since there is definitely both a social and an emotional component. With regard to technology, trust is an "organising principle" for much technology-mediated interaction. It also relates to constructs like self-efficacy and agency in technology adoption.
  • Cyberpsychology: I bring together many years of experience with computer technologies (especially speech- and language-enabled applications) with a broader psychological perspective. I'm interested primarily in the Internet as a tool to be adapted for user needs, rather than an independent environment, and therefore uncovering the social and network processes which help individuals engage.

Dr Steve Taylor

Principal Enterprise Fellow

Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

Research outputs

Wendy Hall,
James P Mcmahon,
Ugur Ilker Atmaca,
Gregory Epiphaniou,
Carsten Maple,
Sasi Murakonda,
& Suzanne Weller
, 2022
Type: report
Wendy Hall,
James P Mcmahon,
Katie Baker,
Ugur Ilker Atmaca,
Gregory Epiphaniou,
Carsten Maple,
Sasi Murakonda,
& Suzanne Weller
, 2022
Type: report
Wendy Hall,
James P Mcmahon,
Ugur Ilker Atmaca,
Gregory Epiphaniou,
Carsten Maple,
Sasi Murakonda,
& Suzanne Weller
, 2022
Type: report
Ugur Ilker Atmaca,
Carsten Maple,
Gregory Epiphaniou,
Anh Tuan Le,
Sasi Murakonda,
Suzanne Weller,
James Mcmahon,
, 2022
Type: conference
Wendy Hall,
James P Mcmahon,
Ugur Ilker Atmaca,
Gregory Epiphaniou,
Carsten Maple,
Sasi Murakonda,
& Suzanne Weller
, 2022
Type: report