Bernard Butler, a PhD candidate in the Emerging Networks Laboratory (ENL), TSSG, was awarded first prize in the Three Minute Thesis presentation competition at WIT Research Day 2015.
The title of his presentation was Enterprise IT access control evaluation performance, or “How quickly can the system decide that Alice can join a secure group chat?”.
He was up against stiff competition from PhD researchers from other WIT research groups. All entrants were limited to 3 slides, with the presentation advancing automatically to the next slide after 60 seconds.
Mike Donohoe, Radhika Loomba and Ali Saleem (all from ENL Research Unit at TSSG) and Kriti Bhargava (from DM&SC Research Unit at TSSG) participated in the poster competition and each gave a 1-minute presentation inviting attendees to visit and discuss their poster. Michael Barros (from ENL Research Unit at TSSG) gave a 10-minute presentation entitled Smart disease detection with molecular communication.
For more details see WIT Research Day 2015.