Lancaster Academic to Present Security Research at MoD Event
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Dr Plamen Angelov from the School of Computing and Communications and member of Security Lancaster has been invited to showcase the results of his security work to major defence and security suppliers at an event organised by the MoD's Centre for Defence Enterprise (CDE) on Monday 3 December 2012.
Dr Angelov will present the results of his MoD CDE funded project 'STAKE' which proposes new algorithms and software to analyse dynamically evolving social networks, detect anomalies and fuse data from various sources and agents.
Lancaster is one of just two universities - and STAKE is one of only 13 out of 600+ CDE-funded research projects in this area - invited to attend the event.
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