Emmanouil (Manos) Panaousis, PhD, MSc, BSc, PGCert, MIEEE
Lecturer in Secure Systems


Department of Computer Science
Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences
University of Surrey
Guildford, Surrey, GU2 7XH, UK
email: e.panaousis (at) surrey.ac.uk

Projects

Current
Past
  • SESAME: Small cEllS coordinAtion for Multi-tenancy and Edge services.
    Project ID: 671596
    Funded under: H2020-EU.2.1.1.3. - Future Internet: Software, hardware, Infrastructures, technologies and services.
    Topic: ICT-14-2014 - Advanced 5G Network Infrastructure for the Future Internet.
    Innovation action.
    Start date: July 2015.
    Organisation: University of Brighton.
    Role: UoB co-I.
    Contribution to grant preparation: Leading the security contributions.
    Project Cost: EUR 8,266,933.75.
    Winning grant: EUR 331,639.
    Acceptance rate:~14/70.

  • VISION: Visual Privacy Management in User Centric Open Environments.
    Funded under: H2020-EU.3.7. - Secure societies - Protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens.
    Topic: H2020-DS-01-2014 Privacy.
    Innovation action.
    Start date: July 2015.
    Organisation: University of Brighton.
    Contribution to grant preparation: Co-leading the proposal writing, and orchestrating partners' contributions and communications.
    Project Cost: EUR EUR 3,161,000.
    Winning grant: EUR 392,000.
    Acceptance rate:~6/50.
    video presentation.

  • Games and Abstraction: The Science of Cyber Security.
    UK’s First Academic Research Institute: ``Science of Cyber Security''
    funded by EPSRC, GCHQ and BIS, Topic: Fundamentals of Computing.
    February 2013 – October 2016.
    Organisations: Queen Mary University of London (QM), Imperial College London (ICL).
    Role: Research and development (Postdoctoral RA at QM, Visiting researcher at ICL).
    Contribution: Cyber security game theoretic models and software.
    Cost: GBP 849,146.
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  • SALUS: Security And InteroperabiLity in Next Generation PPDR CommUnication InfrastructureS.
    EU FP7-SECURITY (Seventh Framework Programme), SEC-2012.5.2-1, Small or medium-scale focused research project.
    From 2013-09-01 to 2016-08-31, ongoing project.
    Organisation: Kingston University.
    Contribution to the grant preparation: Leading the proposal writing for Kingston University by proposing security mechanisms for interoperable Public Protection and Disaster Relief (PPDR) communications.
    Cost: EUR 4,768,125.
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    Winning grant: EUR 233,775

  • PROACTIVE: PRedictive reasOning and multi-source fusion empowering AntiCipation of attacks and Terrorist actions In Urban EnVironmEnts.
    EU FP7-SECURITY (Seventh Framework Programme), SEC-2011.1.2-1, Small or medium-scale focused research project.
    From 2012-05-01 to 2015-04-30, closed project.
    Organisation: Kingston University.
    Contribution to the grant preparation: Leading the proposal writing for Kingston University by proposing security mechanisms for peer-to-peer wireless ad-hoc networks.
    Cost: EUR 4,679,412.
    Winning grant: EUR 319,369

  • GAME-ABLING: Platform of Games for People with Cerebral Palsy to Enhance Living Adjustment.
    EU FP7-SME (Seventh Framework Programme)
    From 2012-12-01 to 2014-11-30, closed project.
    Organisation: Ubitech Ltd.
    Role: Ubitech PI.
    Contribution to the grant preparation: Proposing security mechanisms for peer-to-peer wireless ad-hoc networks.
    Cost: EUR 1,507,767.
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    Winning grant: EUR 205,083)

  • UBiNET: Enabling Ubiquitous Communications for Emergency Cases.
    SMART Technology Strategy Board Grant (UK TSB).
    March 2012 – December 2012.
    Organisation: Ubitech Ltd.
    Role: Research and development of security protocols for decentralised ubiquitous networks.

  • PEACE: IP-Based Emergency Applications and ServiCes for NExt Generation Networks.
    EU FP7-ICT (Seventh Framework Programme), ICT-SEC-2007.1.7, Collaborative project.
    From 2008-09-01 to 2011-01-31, closed project.
    Organisation: Kingston University.
    Role: Doctoral (PhD) researcher working on security protocols for mobile ad-hoc networks.
    Cost: EUR 3,777,900.
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  • Ad-hoc wireless network application.
    Higher Education Innovation Fund by Higher Education Funding Council for England - HEFCE.
    October 2011 – July 2011.
    Organisation: Kingston University.
    Role: Software developer on wireless routing protocols for mobile ad-hoc networks.
    Cost: GBP 20,000.