Live Blackboxes: Requirements for Tracking and Verifying Aircraft in Motion Azure Research Award

Maintaining GNU bison and yaxx projects
Visual Simple Transformations: Empowering End-Users to Wire Internet of Things Objects

Requirements-driven design of autonomic application software received the Most Influential Paper Award from IBM sponsored conferences CASCON.
The aftermath of mystery flight MH370: what can requirements engineers do?
On Protecting Privacy in the Cloud
The aftermath of mystery flight MH370: what can engineers do?
How a hacker could hijack a plane from their seat
Can animals help us predict earthquakes?
Connecting animals to the cloud could help predict earthquakes
If airlines offer in-flight Wi-Fi, they should invest in an extra black box for security
Germanwings flight 4U9525: a victim of the deadlock between safety and security demands
The (relatively) simple fix that could prevent planes like AirAsia QZ8501 from disappearing
AirAsia flight QZ8501: how cloud computing could help prevent air disasters
Deep learning could prevent you from drunk posting to Facebook
OU Research at SET for BRITAIN
Adaptive sharing for online social networks: a trade-off between privacy risk and social benefit Best Paper Award at IEEE TrustCom'14
The 445 billion dollar question of how to tackle cyber crime
Black box scuffle could mask the truth about flight MH17
How to improve security and privacy so patients can use social media in hospitals?
Strong presence of Open University Researchers at ICSE'14
Ephraim Hardcastle, Daily Mail Online
Interviewed by Dan Damon from BBC World Service
Interviewed by John Humphrys from BBC Radio 4
How to turn three pings into results in the hunt for MH370
Geek of the Week (Exclusive interview)
To Keep Track of Airplanes, Think of Them Like Bitcoins
If we’d used the cloud, we might know where MH370 is now
Best poster award at IEEE RE'13
Best paper award at ACM SIGCHI EICS'13

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