MSc student, University of Warsaw
MSc student (University of Warsaw),
Description: Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics of the University of Warsaw is looking for an MSc students to work on the project \"Cryptographic Protocols Provably-Secure Against Physical Attacks\" (http://crypto.mimuw.edu.pl/Welcome/). The project is founded by the Foundation for Polish Science \"Welcome\" programme operated within the Innovative Economy Operational Programme 2007-2013. The ideal candidate should be familiar with the probability theory, computational complexity, algebra, and number theory. The knowledge of cryptography and information theory is a plus, but is not a prerequisite. The student can work both on the theoretical aspects of the project, and on the practical implementations.
Duration: 2 years, starting date: 1.11.2011 (or later)
Formal requirement: while participating in the project the student should be enrolled to the MSc-level studies at some Polish university.
Application deadline: 20.11.11.
Post-Doc Position in Information Security (Quantum Key Distribution), ID Quantique, Geneva, Switzerland
ID Quantique, based in Geneva Switzerland, is an innovative and fast-growing company active in the field of high-speed network encryption and quantum key distribution. Within the framework of an FP7 research project, ID Quantique is opening a Postdoc Position in Information Security.
Quantum Key Distribution is a technology that exploits the laws of quantum physics to guarantee the security of communications across optical networks. ID Quantique played a prominent role in the development of this technology and was the first vendor to bring a product to market. It is now carrying out an EU funded research project to conduct a rigorous and in-depth analysis of the security of Quantum Key Distribution technology in view of achieving standardized information assurance.
ID Quantique is seeking to hire a Postdoc who will carry out research on methods for the design and analysis of security of quantum key distribution systems.
Post-Doc, Tel Aviv Universaity, Israel
The Cryptography Group at Tel Aviv University, Israel, is looking for a postdoctoral researcher in the foundations of cryptography. This will be a 1-year position, with the possibility of extending it to a second year.
Candidates must hold a PhD in computer science, electrical engineering or related areas, and must have a demonstrated record of top-quality research in theoretical cryptography or related areas.
If you are interested, please send an email with a copy of your CV, a short research statement, and the name of at least two candidates for reference letters. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled, the starting date is flexible.
3 Security Experts in Network/SW and HW/Smartcards, LGAI Applus+, Barcelona, Spain
LGAI Applus+ is a SW/HW security lab located in Barcelona, Spain. Our business is security consultancy and evaluation/certification processes like Common Criteria, EMVCo, etc.
The three open positions are:
- 1 SENIOR HW-smartcards security expert in side channel attacks (DPA-like) and eventually also in perturbation attacks (DFA/laser like).
- 1 JUNIOR & 1 SENIOR security analyst for SW-Devices as routers, firewalls, etc.
PhD Studentship, University of Cambridge
Applications are invited for one PhD studentship in the Security Group at the Computer Laboratory to work with Dr Steven Murdoch. Funding for this position is provided by Microsoft Research Cambridge and Research Councils UK through the Dorothy Hodgkin Postgraduate Awards scheme. As such, applicants must be nationals from India, China, Hong Kong, South Africa, Brazil, Russia or countries in the developing world as defined by the Development Assistance Committee of the OECD: http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/32/40/43540882.pdf
The successful candidate will undertake research in the field of anonymous communications and privacy enhancing technologies. This broad research area provides considerable scope for the PhD candidate to find his or her own research direction.