Dr Mona Jaber
Mona Jaber is a lecturer in Internet of Things (IoT) who’s research is centred at the intersection of IoT and machine learning for sustainable development goals. In particular, she is interested in harnessing IoT data to model mobility trends in a digital twin platform that allows users to test future measures in a verisimilar virtual environment. Her research is grounded in privacy-preserving measures for capturing and analysing IoT data. She is the winner of a new investigator award research grant (DASMATE £500K) in which she examines distributed acoustic sensors systems and a privacy-preserving alternative data source to model active travel. She is interested in supervising students on the topic of serious game building that engages the public in shaping their neighbourhood through interventions in the virtual environment towards sustainable 15 minutes city goals.