Dr Jatinder Singh

Senior Research Associate at Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge

Senior Research Associate, Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge
Senior Research Associate, Centre for Science and Policy
Government secondee, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS)

Jat Singh's research concerns the management of information systems; particularly regarding the security, privacy and configuration aspects of emerging distributed systems.

He is currently working on two related projects. The "Cloud Computing Research Centre" is a is collaboration between the Computer Lab and CSaP at Cambridge, and the School of Law at Queen Mary. Funded by Microsoft, the Centre takes an interdisciplinary approach to explore the legal, policy and technical issues brought by the rapid uptake in cloud services. The other project, "CloudSafetyNet", is a collaboration with Imperial College that considers end-to-end security in cloud services.

Jat is also on secondment to the Secretariat of the E-infrastructure Leadership Council (BIS). The Council is responsible for developing the national e-infrastructure strategy, advising on topics including high-performance computing, big data/analytics, network infrastructure as well as related issues such as security, computational training and skills, and industrial engagement.

His previous projects involved research into the data management and security aspects of wide-scale enterprise systems (CareGrid 2005-09) and for the "internet of things" (PAL 2009-12) - both of which targeted healthcare.

Jat also has several years experience as a software consultant/engineer, in a number of different sectors, as well as some background in law.

Read about Jat's secondment into BIS here.

  • 29 June 2017

    2017 CSaP Annual Conference: How does academia contribute to the work of government?

    Our 2017 annual conference will bring together members of our extensive network to discuss some of the opportunities for policy makers at both local and national levels to draw on academic expertise in support of more effective policy making.

  • 2 March 2017

    What will the internet of the future look like?

    Join us for this one-day workshop. The future internet will no longer just be smart phone apps and the Cloud, largely deployed in the richest 20% of the world for knowledge, fun and profit. It will be the Internet of drones, the Internet of AIs, the Internet of the developing world. It will also be the Internet of truth, lies and mixed realities.