The central themes iHub and IMR research allow for many interesting collaboration opportunities and together provide an answer to the question: What does responsible governance in a digital age look like? To strengthen the ties between iHub and the Faculty of Management, two co-funded PhD positions are available. These PhD positions will be interdisciplinary, and will be supervised by one (co)promotor affiliated to the iHub (for example an iHub member from a different faculty) and one (co)promotor from the Faculty of Management.
The Dutch Crime Anticipation System (CAS) has been embraced as a step towards forward-looking crime prevention, but it has also been criticized for its potential discriminatory effects in both design and application. This project focuses on whether CAS has risks of discrimination and what interventions are possible to mitigate this risk.
Authentication methods, like passwords, often involve a trade-off between usability and security. Secure passwords are a hassle to use, and easy-to-use passwords are often also easy to guess or to brute force. Clearly, there is a need for authentication methods that are both secure and user-friendly.
SECREDAS aims to develop and validate multi-domain architecting methodologies, reference architectures & components for autonomous systems. The goal is to incorporate high security and privacy protection while preserving functional-safety and operational performance.