Rashedul Hassan has completed his undergraduate from the University of Hull in Computer Science with Games development, where he received a first class honours. He is currently doing a PhD under the supervision of Professor Konstantinos Markantonakis here at the Royal Holloway University of London. Rashedul is extremely enthusiastic about technology and loves innovation. Over his undergraduate studies, he was a Microsoft student partner, and he loves to develop apps and games for Windows phones. His research interests lie in Electronic Voting and security in gaming. Whilst Rashedul is not studying he likes to indulge himself in music and FIFA.
Room: Art-Yourkon (chalet)
Rashedul describes his research:
Currently I am working on behavioural analysis to determine cheats within games. I am using machine learning techniques to determine a specific pattern in the behaviour of gamers to determine if a cheat has been applied. I am also working on game-client protection techniques. The idea is to detect wall-hacking techniques and provide a solution to them.