Research Proposal for PhD degree School of Engineering and Informatics high-quality proposal that aim to address the open technical problems and challenges concerning secure communications, taking into account the unique nature of 5G/6G and IoT systems and networks. this proposal aims to combine 5G/6G Wireless Technologies and the Internet of Things and consider them within the context of secure communications. include: Security risk management and assessment in 5G/6G and IoT networks Secure communications in 5G/6G and IoT networks Privacy and trust in 5G and IoT networks IoT: Providing secure and privacy-preserving protocols that allow large 5G devices to aid resource constrained IoT devices to securely handle functionalities such as: authentication, secure-channel establishment, and computing on sensitive data. AKE: Providing a secure and versatile means of establishing a secure channel between any two 5G devices, whether they are resource-constrained or not, registered with the same operator or two different operators, or whether they be within a personal network or in a larger one The research proposal should include: your interest in the particular research area and the topic you want to study (I want to study 5G/next generation IoT/Internet security) the specific research questions you want to investigate and a description of your knowledge of the subject. the relevant research literature you have read. the methods and techniques you will use for your research. an explanation of your motivations for applying for a PhD degree and an outline of your career aspirations ( I have a master in information technology security – I am currently a lecturer in X university want to have a Phd in IoT and 5G/6G security. ) a timetable for your project (monthly for the first year, and quarterly for subsequent years). The research proposal format: title (formulates a precise, interesting research question) introduction (establishes the relevance and value of the proposed research question in the context of current academic thinking) research background (describes the data or source material your research requires) research methods (outlines a clear and practical methodology, which enables you to answer the research question , states clearly what you hope to discover at the end of your research and what new areas it might open up.) timetable (for three years).