Bio

I am a first year Computer Science PhD student at UCL (University College London) working in the Information Security Group. I started here in July 2017, after completing my masters degree. I am researching into Underground Markets and Cryptocurrencies, under the supervision of Dr Sarah Meiklejohn and Professor Jens Groth. My research is supported by a grant from the EU 2020 project.

I completed a Masters of Philosophy (MPhil) in Advanced Computer Science at the University of Cambridge under supervision of Dr Richard Clayton. My project was on "Discerning Patterns in the Compromise of Websites". I completed an undergraduate degree in Computer Science with Industrial Expereince at Queen Mary, University of London. With my thesis under the supervision of Dr Paulo Oliva. For my industrial year I worked as a full time technical analyst at Goldman Sachs.

Teaching Experience

  • 2017 - Demonstrator, Interaction Design, University of Cambridge
  • 2016 - Teaching Assistant, Operating Systems, Queen Mary University of London

Contact

Address
University College London
Dept. of Computer Science
Gower Street
London WC1E 6BT
United Kingdom

    Emails
  • info [at] haaroonyousaf.com
  • h.yousaf [at] cs.ucl.ac.uk