holds a PhD in Post-Quantum Cryptography from Royal Holloway University of London. He has obtained his Information Security Master’s degree from the same school, as well as a BSc in Physics. Shahram is a quantum cybersecurity expert who has written scientific papers on the security of modern cryptosystems against quantum adversaries. He has also worked as a cybersecurity consultant.
has a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Otto-von-Guericke University in Germany. He also has a BEng in Electrical Engineering from the University of Malta. He worked at Philips Semiconductors Zurich where he designed semiconductor chips for mobile phones. At Philips he also used photon emission microscopy to analyse failures in semiconductor chips. Patrick recently was a Postdoc at the University of Manchester where he did cutting edge research on parallel computing.
20 years of work experience in leading industries such as NXP and STMicroelectronics, MSc in electrical engineering from Imperial College
PhD in cryptography and hardware security from Royal Holloway, University of London, Ex-intern at NXP
3rd year PhD candidate in cryptography at Royal Holloway, University of London, Her research focuses on quantum-safe cryptosystems
Former RAF officer, Ex-business development director at Airbus, Ex-consultant at GCHQ
Member of Parliament, Former Army officer, Former management consultant and energy analyst in the City
Director of Ditchley Park, Former head of digital transformation at the foreign office
Professor in quantum physics at Royal Holloway, University of London, Has published more than 80 scientific papers which have attracted over 3000 citations
Professor in cryptography at Royal Holloway, University of London, The Editor in Chief for the IACR's Journal of Cryptology, Past EPSRC leadership fellow, Holds 4 awards in cryptography, Has published more than 200 scientific papers which have attracted over 10000 citations