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Starting from January 2012, the new Intel-TU Darmstadt Security Institute will conduct security research for mobile and embedded systems. The Security Institute will be jointly operated by Intel Labs and TU Darmstadt/Center for Advanced Security Research Darmstadt (CASED), Germany. In order to kick off operations, we are currently looking for scientific personnel.
Applicants should hold Diploma, Master or PhD Degree in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering and bring well-founded knowledge and experience in IT-Security. More specifically, we are looking for candidates that have expertise in one or more of the following areas:
How to Apply
Your application should include your current curriculum vitae, MSc/Diploma certificates and grades, a letter of motivation stating your interest in the position and your research interests and at least two letters of recommendation.
• Analysis of “real world” protocols
• Formal Methods applied to security protocols
• Fully Homomorphic Encryption
• Lattice Based Cryptography
• Multi-Party Computation
• Provable Security, i.e. Protocol and Mechanism design
The post is funded by an ERC Advanced Grant awarded to Professor Nigel Smart.
Some videos of IACR lectures have been posted on youtube in the IACR channel at http://www.youtube.com/TheIACR Videos of talks are also being incorporated into cryptodb - see the example of Roger Dingledine's talk at Crypto 2011.
Videos are now available for Crypto 2011 and PKC 2010, Videos are also available from the Crypto 2011 rump session.