Dr Junade Ali CEng FIET

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Dr Junade Ali is a software engineer and cybersecurity researcher whose technology has been adopted in a variety of areas - from transportation systems to critical internet infrastructure, including being built into products by Apple and Google. He earned his PhD in cryptography after studying for a computer science masters degree aged 17. Aged 23, he earned Chartered Engineer status, the terminal regulatory status for engineers in the UK, and last year aged 27 he became a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology, the youngest ever Fellow of a professional engineering institution on record.

His work has also been covered in outlets like ComputerWeekly, Engineering Matters The Washington Post, WIRED, Reuters, Politico, The Register, TechCrunch, Ars Technica, The Verge, etc.

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Scientific Research

My academic publications can be found on my Google Scholar profile.


In early 2022, I ran a monthly column in ComputerWeekly, covering some of my current thinking on a variety of important questions in computing - here are some select articles:


I will ocassionally write op-ed pieces in the media when I have something to give comment on - for example:


I sometimes provide expert commentary on my areas of expertise to the excellent journalists at NK News.


I have given many talks in the past, the follow examples provide talks I've given that can be watched online:


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Last updated: July 2024