Contact Dr Natalie Clewley

Background

Natalie received her PhD in Information Systems Research from Brunel University London in 2011. She subsequently worked as a Research Fellow in Cyber Security in the Defence and Cyber Security Research Group in the Department of Computer Science at Brunel University London. She joined Cranfield University in June 2017 as a Lecturer in the Human Aspects of Cyber. 

Current activities

Her research interests focus around the application of artificial intelligence, machine learning and information fusion techniques to enhance situational awareness and provide better decision support to human users in cyberspace.

Research Grants:

  • EPSRC Human-like Computing: Copacetic Smartening of Small Data for HLC (EP/R030987/1)
  • EPSRC Distributed Ledger Technologies: Smart Money - Precision Data Management for Distributed Ledger enabled Central Bank issued Digital Currencies (EP/P032001/1)

Teaching:

  • Understanding Risk (CMP)
  • Cyber Systems and Thinking in Practice (CMP)
  • Professional Issues (ICM)
  • Managing Information Security (SSM)
  • Reflective Manager (PPM)

  • Publications

    Articles In Journals

    Conference Papers