Join us to celebrate the breadth and excellence of Bournemouth University’s research as part of Interdisciplinary Research Week this May. This is an opportunity to spark new collaborations and ideas among our diverse research community.
This year we have a week long programme of lectures, demonstrations, discussions and a film, which will showcase the fantastic research which is being undertaken at the university.
This is the ninth in a series of blog posts which will highlight the events you can join throughout the week. The ninth event of the programme will take place on Friday 15th May, Dr Shamal Faily will discuss if Software is invisible, and so pervasive that we place our trust in software without caring too much about how warranted that trust is. Unfortunately, designing secure software is hard, and the media is filled with stories about what happens when software fails to meet our [albeit implicit] security and privacy expectations. In this talk, I will describe how adopting disciplinary perspectives beyond computer science can help build software that is both secure and useful.
This event will take place on Talbot Campus in KG03 from 12.30pm-1.30pm, with lunch available from 12.00pm. You can book your place by clicking here.