Dr Shujun Li is the project UK coordinator. He is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Department of Computer Science at University of Surrey. Since 2014, he has been a Deputy Director of the Surrey Centre for Cyber Security (SCCS), a UK government recognised Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research (ACE-CSR), leading the Research Theme Human-Centred Security
Dr Patrice Rusconi is the project UK co-investigator. He is a Lecturer in School of Psychology at University of Surrey. His main research interests lie in probabilistic reasoning and hypothesis testing with either abstract or more contextualized materials. In particular, I am interested in looking at how people search for information and evaluate the acquired data to confirm or disconfirm a hypothesis, whether it is a hypothesized personality trait of a target person or a hypothesized category membership.
Professor Robert H.Deng is the Project Singapore coordinator. He is a Professor of Information Systems, and the director of Secure Mobile Centre at School of Information Systems in Singapore Management University. His research interest lie in on Information Security Privacy and Trust, Data & Multimedia Security, Mobile Wireless&Sensor Network Security, RFID Data Security and Trusted Computing.
Dr Yingjiu Li is the Project Singapore co-investigator. He is an Associate Professor of Information Systems at School of Information Systems in Singapore Management University. His research interest focus on Information Security Privacy and Trust, RFID Data Security and Privacy in Supply Chain Networks, Data Privacy and Privacy Protection, and Data and Media Rights Management
Dr Wei Wang is now with Institute of Inforamtion Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences. His research interests lie in Information Security Privacy and Trust, and Mobile Wireless & Sensor Network Security
Professor Dali Kaafar is the Group Leader of the Networks Research Group at CSIRO Data61, Australia. His main research interests are in the area of data Privacy, Networks Security and Performance modelling
Dr Toni Perković is an Assistant Professor at Department for Forensic Sciences, University of Split, Croatia. His research interests include the location privacy, security and privacy in Internet of Things, the usability, design and analysis of security protocols for wireless (sensor) networks, the usability and design of the secure authentication protocols