Dr Petar Radanliev
Ph.D, MSc, BA Hons.

Petar Radanliev has completed a PhD in systems engineering from The University of South Wales, MSc in Economics and Finance and BA in IT Communications from Aberystwyth University. His current research is focused on harnessing economic value from the IoT and the economic impact of cyber and system risk.


petar.radanliev@oerc.ox.ac.uk

Background

Dr Petar Radanliev investigates the economic impact of IoT cyber risk. For his Ph.D research, he was awarded the Prince of Wales Innovation Scholar award and the Fulbright visiting fellowship for his Post-doctoral research.

Research interests

  • Internet of Things / Internet of Everything
  • Cyber security / Cyber attacks-risk
  • Economic impact of IoT cyber risk
  • Smart Tech / Smart City Design

Qualifications

  • PhD, Tech., University of South Wales, UK, 2010-2014
  • MSc Econ., Aberystwyth University, UK, 2006-2007
  • BA Hons., Communication, Aberystwyth University, UK, 2003-2006

Memberships, editorial boards

  • Intelligent Transport Systems Knowledge Transfer Network – UK

Selected recent publications

Journal Papers:

  • R. Nicolescu, M. Huth, P. Radanliev, D. De Roure, and R. Nicolescu, (2018) “Mapping the values of IoT,” J. Inf. Technol., pp. 1–16, Mar. 
  • Radanliev, P., (2016) ‘Supply Chain Systems Architecture and Engineering Design: Green-field Supply Chain Integration’ - Operations and Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, Vol 9, No. 1, pp. 22-30, ISSN 1979-3561 | EISSN 1979-3871.
  • Radanliev, P., (2015) ‘Engineering Design Methodology for Green-Field Supply Chain Architectures: Taxonomic Scheme’ - Journal of Operations and Supply Chain Management, Volume 8, Number 2, pp.52-66.
  • Radanliev, P., (2015) ‘Green-field Architecture for Sustainable Supply Chain Strategy Formulation, International Journal of Supply Chain Management’, Vol 4, No 2, pp.62-67 ISSN 2051-3771 | EISSN 2050-7399.
  • Radanliev, P., (2015) ‘Architectures for Green-Field Supply Chain Integration: Supply Chain Integration Design’, - Journal of Supply Chain and Operations Management, Volume 13, Number 2, pp.56-78, ISSN 2167-7115 | EISSN 2167-7123. 

Conference Paper:

  • P. Radanliev, D. De Roure, J. Nurse, R. Nicolescu, M. Huth, C. Cannady, and R. Montalvo, (2018) “Integration of cyber security frameworks, models and approaches for building design principles for the Internet-of-Things in Industry 4.0,” in Living in the Internet of Things: Cybersecurity of the IoT.
  • P. Radanliev, D. De Roure, S. Cannady, R. Montalvo, R. Nicolescu, and M. Huth, (2018) “Economic impact of IoT cyber risk - analysing past and present to predict the future developments in IoT risk analysis and IoT cyber insurance,” in Living in the Internet of Things: Cybersecurity of the IoT.
  • J. Nurse, P. Radanliev, S. Creese, and D. De Roure, (2018) “Realities of Risk: ‘If you can’t understand it, you can’t properly assess it!’: The reality of assessing security risks in Internet of Things systems,” in Living in the Internet of Things: Cybersecurity of the IoT - A PETRAS, IoTUK & IET.
  • Radanliev, P., Rowlands, H., and Thomas A.J., (2014) ‘Supply Chain Paradox: Green-field Architecture for Sustainable Strategy Formulation’, SDM’2014 International Conference on Sustainable Design and Manufacturing, Cardiff, Wales, UK, 28-30 April 2014. 

Book chapter:

  • Radanliev, P., Rowlands, H., and Thomas A.J., (2014) ‘Supply Chain Paradox: Green-field Architecture for Sustainable Strategy Formulation’, Sustainable Design and Manufacturing, Future Press Technology, pp. 839-851, ISBN 9780956151667.

Read a Q&A with Dr Radanliev.