Dr Bayne has taught a range of subjects at undergraduate and postgraduate level since 2013. Topics include:
Computer Security (Reverse Engineering, Web Application Hacking)
Object Oriented Programming (Java, C#)
Microprocessors and Electronics
Bayne, E., Ferguson, R. I., & Sampson, A. T. (2018). OpenForensics: a digital forensics GPU pattern matching approach for the 21st century. Digital Investigation, 24(Suppl.), S29-S37. DOI: 10.1016/j.diin.2018.01.005
Bayne, E. (2017). Accelerating digital forensic searching through GPGPU parallel processing techniques. PhD thesis. Abertay University.
Bayne, E., Ferguson, R. I., Sampson, A. T., & Isaacs, J. P. (2016). Using multiple GPUs to accelerate string searching for digital forensic analysis. In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Systematic Approaches to Digital Forensic Engineering (pp. 67-78). Association of Digital Forensics, Security and Law (ADFSL).
Bayne, E., Ferguson, R.I. and Isaacs, J. (2014). OpenCL Acceleration of Digital Forensic Methods, In Proceedings of the Intl Conf on Cybercrime, Security and Digital Forensics (CyFor 2014), University of Strathclyde.
RLincs PhD Studentship circa £80k
Nvidia GPU Seeding grant circa £1.3k
2017 SEGi University (Malaysia) Invited talk about IoT and the future of cybersecurity.
2017 KDU University (Malaysia) Invited talk about cybercrime and the security of connected cities.
2017 British Council Singapore Public talk on cyber security awareness.