ir. Y. (Yi) Yin

Profile

 Yi Yin is a PhD. candidate in the Information and Communication Technology section of TBM. He holds a MSc of Systems Engineering, Policy Analysis and Management and BSc of Computer Science.

Research

His research focuses on data-driven security, privacy and trust enhancement mechanisms. 

  • Anneke Zuiderwijk, Keith Jeffery, Daniele Bailo, Yi Yin: Using Open Research Data for Public Policy Making: Opportunities of Virtual Research Environments. CeDEM 2016: 180-187.
  • Zhao Z., Martin, P., de Laat C., Jeffery, K., Jones A., Taylor T., Hardistry A., Arkinson M., Zuiderwijk A., Yin Y., Chen Y. (2016) "Time critical requirements and technical considerations for advanced support environments for data-intensive research", 2nd International workshop on Interoperable infrastructures for interdisciplinary big data sciences (IT4RIs 16), in the context of IEEE Real-time System Symposium (RTSS), Porto, Portugal, November 29-December 2, 2016. 
  • Yin, Y., Zuiderwijk, A., (2017), “Scientists’ Fundamental Requirements to Deal with their Research Data in the Big Data Era.” ERCIM News 2017(109)

The VRE4EIC project

The VRE4EIC project addresses key data and software challenges in supporting multidisciplinary data driven sciences. These include: 1)understanding complex user requirements across domains by closely involving committed user communities; 2) improving the quality of VRE user experience by providing user centred, secure, privacy compliant, sustainable environments for accessing data, composing workflows and tracking data publications; 3) increasing VRE usage in multidisciplinary research domains by abstracting and reusing building blocks and workflows from existing VRE initiatives; 4) improving the interoperability of heterogeneous discovery, contextual and detailed metadata across all layers of the VRE; and 5) promoting the exploitation of VRE4EIC solutions to different research communities and commercially. 

The VRE4EIC project covers all EU member states and EFTA countries, and will affect 70,000 researchers all over Europe.


Yi Yin

PhD candidate


Department:
Engineering Systems and Services

Group:
Information and Communication Technology

Research interests:
Trust and privacy enhancement mechanisms for information sharing