Mr. John Mace
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: +44 191 20 87873
- Address: 1002, Claremont Tower,
School of Computing Science,
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RU,
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John begin a PhD in 2010 under the supervision of Prof. Aad van Moorsel. John's research investigates the concept of Trust Domains which aim to provide solutions for trustable online collaborations while ensuring confidentiality, integrity and availability of information. Collaborations involve information sharing which means trusting others with our information and convincing others that we in turn will be trustworthy information guardians. The main research focus explores how external entities can determine the level of trust they can expect within a Trust Domain before sharing their information.
In September 2011, John took a break in studies to commence a 12 month internship at HP Labs, Bristol in the Cloud and Security Lab. The internship was part of the Trust Domains project, a three year TSB and EPSRC funded collaboration involving HP and Perpetuity along with Oxford, Birmingham and Aberdeen Universities.
In 2011 John also lead a Home Office funded project in partnership with the Northumbria Local Criminal Justice Board. The project aimed to identify and implement a digital networking solution to allow independent advisors dealing with domestic and sexual violence share best practice, training and development opportunities. The finished solution was launched at a regional networking event hosted by Newcastle University.