14 May, 2024

The Centre for Secure Information Technology (CSIT) based at Queen’s University Belfast has launched an AI Security Research Partnership with Rapid7.

10 May, 2024

Dr Stephen McCabe has been appointed Interim Executive Director of Momentum One Zero, a £70m innovation centre being delivered by Queen’s University under Belfast Region City Deal.

15 March, 2024

Queen’s is one of two academic leads on a highly prestigious, £8 million, UK initiative to train an expert workforce to deliver secure networks in the AI era.

7 March, 2024

The Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) is delighted to welcome Minister Baker and Viscount Camrose as part of their visit to Belfast for CyberNI Week celebrations.

31 October, 2023

Queen’s, in collaboration with University of Lincoln, University of Aberdeen and University of Strathclyde, has secured £10.6M in funding from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) to establish SUSTAIN, a transformative Centre for Doctoral Training.

Professor Máire O'Neill Joins Leadership Team of UKRI AI Project

Professor Máire O'Neill, ECIT Director and a distinguished Queen's University faculty member, has taken on a leadership role in a prominent EPSRC AI project that has received £31 million in funding to develop Responsible & Trustworthy AI.

Dr Paul Miller announced as Interim Director for GII

An Interim Director has been appointed for the new £58m Global Innovation Institute (GII), which will be based at Queen’s University Belfast and completed in the next three years.

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3 March, 2023

Four researchers from Queen's University Belfast’s Centre for Wireless Innovation (CWI) will play a major role in two new research and innovation platforms set up by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).

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20 January, 2023

Ensuring the future of the UK's telecommunication network is secure, caters to all of society, boosts the economy and is highly energy efficient is the goal of a new £12m international project, which Queen’s researchers are working on.

MP State Steve Baker during demonstrations at the CSIT Cyber Range 2
22 February, 2023

The UK Government has announced £18.9 million investment in NI’s Cyber Security industry, including £11 million Government funding through the New Deal for Northern Ireland, to develop a pipeline of cyber security professionals in NI as well helping

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9 January, 2023

The International Cyber Security Center of Excellence (INCS-CoE) is delighted to welcome Queen’s University Belfast as a Core Member and its first from Northern Ireland.

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13 March, 2023

UKRI has funded a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project between QUB and the company Bia Analytical Ltd.

KTP - Paul Millar and Cirdan
30 November, 2022

A partnership between Queen’s University Belfast and Cirdan has been recognised by Innovate UK as the ‘Best Knowledge Transfer Partnership’ of 2022 out of 800 UK wide projects for its exceptional achievements and real-world impact.

Farming machine GII
30 November, 2022

The Global Innovation Institute (GII) has announced over £100,000 funding for a pilot project to drive multidisciplinary activity between academics and industry or other external partners.

Nusrat Ghani MP visit
11 October, 2022

Nusrat Ghani MP learns about the world class research and developments at ECIT.

Group of academics at the Rolls-Royce CTRN Conference Nov 22
24 November, 2022

The Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) based at Queen’s University Belfast hosted the Rolls-Royce Cyber Technology Research Network 2nd Annual Conference in Belfast on 15th-17th November 2022.

£7m project to shape and develop future of electromagnetic science & technology

Queen’s University Belfast researchers will play an integral role in a new £7 million project which will shape and develop the future of electromagnetic science and technology.

20 January, 2023

The Global Innovation Institute (GII) has announced over £100,000 funding for a pilot project to drive multidisciplinary activity between academics and industry or other external partners.

13 December, 2022

Queen’s University Belfast and partners have been granted nearly £12 million from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, to develop and industrialise technologies and solutions for future 6G mobile networks.

10 August, 2022

Nadhim Zahawi, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, has visited Queen’s University to celebrate Northern Ireland’s exceptionally strong cybersecurity sector.

Group of academics at ECIT Summit
17 May, 2022

A new £58 million Global Innovation Institute (GII) is on course to open in Belfast by 2025, Queen’s University has revealed.

Prof Vince Fusco
13 May, 2022

An electronic engineering Professor at Queen’s University Belfast has been elected as a new Fellow of the Royal Society (FRS), which is the highest recognition of scientific endeavour in the UK. 

Academics from Queens University Belfast
10 February, 2022

Rolls-Royce has today announced that they are partnering with Queen’s University in Belfast to address cyber threats.

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4 February, 2022

Queens University Belfast is one of 24 UK Universities to have been named among the first-ever successful applicants to The Alan Turing Institute’s Network Development Awards.

22 November, 2022

The Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) and Rapid 7 have developed the first deep learning system to optimize DAST vulnerability triage in application security.

6 December, 2022

Professor Michalis Matthaiou awarded prestigious IEEE Fellowship for his longstanding contributions to fundamental research and practical implementation of massive MIMO.

8 June, 2022

The leading authority for cyber security in the UK has recognised Queen’s University Belfast for its high standard of cyber security education.

20 June, 2022

Queen’s University Belfast has appointed a new Executive Director for its £58m Global Innovation Institute, an expansion of the Institute of Electronics, Communications and Information Technology(ECIT) which will be completed in the next three years.

24 January, 2022

Economy Minister Gordon Lyons today announced that Queen’s University Belfast and NVIDIA will invest £5.4million in a joint Research and Development (R&D) project.