UTRCI seeks candidates with expertise in cyber-physical security, wireless sensor networks and embedded systems to join their Networks & Embedded Systems group in Cork, Ireland. The successful candidates are expected to coordinate and primarily execute R&D activities within international projects on cyber-physical systems security. UTRC is developing capability in cyber-physical security to apply to the full range of UTC (http://www.utc.com) products and programs.
The candidate should have a solid background in vulnerability assessment and thorough knowledge of best practices in countermeasures and design processes for secure systems, for example, encryption, authentication and anomaly detection. A successful candidate would also have a solid background in embedded systems and cyber-physical systems with past experience in applying cyber-physical security concepts to the particular constraints of embedded systems, including scalability of countermeasures. Practical experience in identifying and demonstrating both vulnerabilities and countermeasures is highly desirable for this position.
Candidates should have a proven track record of research (top journals and conferences) in cyber-security or cyber-physical security.
The ideal candidate is a self-starter who works well in an international teaming environment, is extremely well-organized and has excellent interpersonal, leadership and communication skills. Besides technical excellence, an entrepreneurial attitude towards innovation is essential.
The candidate should have a PhD in Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering or related fields, with particular expertise in Cyber-Physical Systems and Wireless Sensor Networks. The candidate should also have a strong international publication record and demonstrated ability to do independent research. Fluency in written and spoken English is required.