Raoul Guiazon

Raoul Guiazon

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I am a UK IC Postdoctoral Research Fellow working on “Artificial Behaviour Based Authentication for the Internet of Things” at the University of Leeds, UK. I trained as an engineer in electronics at ENSEA Paris - France, then completed an MSc in Communications and Signal Processing at Imperial College London in 2013. Subsequently, I was awarded a PhD from University College London for my work on “Interference as an Issue and a Resource in Wireless Networks” where I investigated the use of interference for security in IoT (Internet of Things) networks and its mitigation for increase data throughput. This work was funded by British Telecom (BT) and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
In 2017 I joined the Experimental Quantum Information group at the University of Leeds UK, to investigate novel approaches to cyber-security, first by exploring Free space Quantum Communications and now by developing original authentication and intrusion detection methods for connected devices. My current work is funded by the UK Government Office for Science via the Royal Academy of Engineering.