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Professor Keivan Navaie

Professor in Intelligent Networks

Keivan Navaie

InfoLab21

LA1 4WA

Lancaster

Tel: +44 1524 510401

Research overview

Keivan Navaie is the Principal AI Technology Consultant at the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), the nation’s Data Protection Authority. He also holds the Chair Professorship in Intelligent Networks at Lancaster University’s School of Computing and Communications. Additionally, he is a member of the Independent Scientific Advisory Committee at the prestigious Alan Turing Institute, where he plays a crucial role in overseeing the implementation of the UK government’s flagship £100 million BridgeAI project. Professor Navaie is a leading authority in Data Science, Human-Centred Data Driven Systems, with a primary focus on safeguarding data privacy rights through his pioneering work in UK regulatory activities. His diverse research portfolio spans various domains, including Deep Learning, privacy-enhancing AI, AI Regulations, distributed and federated AI, connectivity resilience in cyber-physical systems and the IoT, applications of machine learning and artificial intelligence, cognitive communications networks, and cryptosystems.  Beyond academia, Professor Navaie plays a vital role in evidence-based policy-making, collaborating with prestigious organizations such as the United Nations’ International  Telecommunications Union (ITU), EU Environment Agency, the Information Commissioner’s Office, and the EU Parliament.
Engaging with industry, Professor Navaie provides technical consultancy to major players in communication technology, including HUAWEI, Dolby, BT, and various UK-based SMEs. He is also a member of the BSI standards committee on AI standardization and the Alan Turing Institute.
For his outstanding contributions, Professor Navaie is recognized as a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), a Chartered Engineer in the UK, and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA).

PhD supervision

I am always looking for PhD students with a good background in Wireless Communications and Maths. Please contact me if you are interested.

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