I am a Research Associate on the Pico Project in the Computer Laboratory at the University of Cambridge. The Pico Project aims to free the world from the tyranny of passwords by providing a better way for people to authenticate themselves. In the process of eradicating passwords, it'll also remove the need for physical keys, credit cards and all the other gubbins the average person fills up their pockets with.
Take a look at the video on the Pico site to get a quick overview of the project, which is headed up by Dr Frank Stajano.
My broader research interests include Computer Security and I've worked on a number of projects related to Secure Service Composition (whereby the interactions between devices or services affect security in often unexpected ways).
Before joining the project in Cambridge I was a Reader in Computer Security at Liverpool John Moores University. I completed my PhD in mathematical model theory at the University of Birmingham researching under Dr Richard Kaye. I also spent a stint at Codemasters in Leamington Spa as a programmer on the Race Driver (now Grid) franchise of computer games.
Please see my supervision page for details about tutorials.
Dr David Llewellyn-Jones
University of Cambridge
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Cambridge CB3 0FD
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The following are some recent publications. You can find a more complete list on my personal site.