Andrew Tomlinson


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    Andrew Tomlinson is currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Institute of Future Transport and Cities (IFTC) at Coventry University. Andrew’s research interests lie in methods and application of data science and anomaly detection, for example to determine cyber-attacks.

    Andrew completed his PhD in Automotive Cybersecurity at Coventry University in 2019. Prior to working on his PhD, Andrew lectured in computing, leading the Information Technology course at the University of Gloucestershire. Andrew has also worked in computing across a range of industries, including banking, air transport, healthcare systems, and government data and telecoms. Andrew’s career started in epidemiology and medical research, which sparked his interest in data systems and data analytical methods.

    Research Interests

    Application of data analytics and machine learning, such as for automotive cybersecurity or medical research.

    Vision Statement

    Systems, such as cars, are increasingly reliant on processing and sharing data. As connectivity and autonomy increase, so does cyber vulnerability. Whilst strengthening systems against attack is important, so is the ability to detect attacks, including those that are novel and unpredictable. Andrew’s research into anomaly detection and classification methods seeks to provide a viable option for this.


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