Computational Modelling Group

Vincent Marmion

Postgraduate Research Student
Psychology (FSHS)
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My research broadly explores the privacy concerns surrounding modern technology and personal identifying information (PII). More specifically the aim is to assist the development of authentication and verification methods that can operate robustly with minimal PII disclosure.

This research is funded by the Defence Science & Technology Laboratory (DSTL)

Previous Qualifications

BSc Human Computer Interaction – Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh (2006)
MA Human Resource Management – Bournemouth University (2010)

Working With

Dr Sarah Stevenage
Senior Lecturer of Psychology
Associate Dean (Education)
Faculty of Social and Human Sciences

Dr David Millard
Senior Lecturer of Computer and Web Science
Faculty of Physical and Applied Sciences

Research Groups
Institute for Complex Systems Simulations (ICSS)
Related Projects
The SuperIdentity Project (SID)

Dr Sarah Stevenage (Principal Investigator)

Research Interests

Socio-technological System simulation: Pervasive computing, Social and Socio-economic Systems, Value-driven design

Algorithms and computational methods: Agents, Game Theory

Software Engineering Tools: Git

Programming languages and libraries: C, Fortran, Python

Computational platforms: Mac OS X, Windows

Transdisciplinary tags: Complex Systems, Computer Science, Digital Economy