Congratulations to my Centre for Social Informatics colleague Dr David Haynes: last week two of David‘s recent papers were published.
The first is the award-winning ISKO paper ‘Understanding personal online risk to individuals via ontology development’, which I wrote about on 14th July 2020. The final version is now available from the publisher in the proceedings of the Sixteenth international 2020 ISKO conference entitled ‘Knowledge organization at the Interface‘.
David‘s second paper is a multi-authored piece for Frontiers in communication and networks: IoT and sensor networks. Entitled ‘Review and critical analysis of privacy-preserving infection tracking and contact tracing‘, in this paper virus contact tracing methods are reviewed with reference to supporting technical infrastructure and questions of privacy. Eight researchers from two universities co-wrote the review. Professor Bill Buchanan led an Edinburgh Napier team, which included Dr Christos Chrysoulas, Dr Nikolaos Pitropakis, and Pavlos Papadopoulos along with David. The other co-authors are from the University of Glasgow: Professor Muhammed Ali Imran, Dr Masood Ur-Rehman, and Dr Lei Zhang.