Ph.D scholarship, Newcastle University
A PhD scholarship is available at the School of Computing Science, Newcastle University, UK. The research will be in the area of security and applied cryptography. Topics include, but are not limited by, biometric encryption, digital forensics, authenticated key exchange, electronic voting, digital cash, anonymous auction, RFID authentication and distance bounding protocols and so on. The student is encouraged to choose or define a topic of his/her most interest and expertise.
The scholarship will cover the tuition fee, and provide a stipend of £14,790 per year for maintenance. The full amount is applicable to an EU student only. If you are a non-EU student with outstanding background, please contact Dr Feng Hao (feng.hao at ncl.ac.uk) for more details.
To apply, please send your CV and a brief research proposal (max 2 page) to Dr Feng Hao (feng.hao at ncl.ac.uk). For interested candidates, the application should be made as early as possible.
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Computing (incl. IT Security and Crypto), 2 Positions, University of Surrey, United Kingdom
University of Surrey
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES
Department of Computing
LECTURER / SENIOR LECTURER IN COMPUTING (Ref: 8654)
Salary £37,012 up to £54,283 per annum (Lecturer to Senior Lecturer)
(Subject to qualifications and experience), Attractive relocation package
The University of Surrey offers high-calibre teaching, a world-class research base, a thriving postgraduate community and a high quality of life in a beautiful campus setting. At the same time we have a strong eye for innovation and enterprise and are at the forefront of developments in teaching and research.
The Department of Computing is very active in the following research areas: Formal Methods and Security, Multimedia Security and Forensics, Digital Ecosystems, and Nature Inspired Computing and Engineering.
We are currently seeking appointments at Lecturer or Senior Lecturer level to support the Department\'s continued growth by complementing our existing research strengths and contributing to the research leadership within the Department. Applications are welcome particularly in the areas of digital ecosystems, formal methods and security, multimedia security and forensics, biomedical signal and image processing, evolutionary computing and artificial intelligence. The Department is research-led with 70 RAs and PhD students, and is attracting growing research support from the UK Research Councils, the EU-IST, and industry. Major IT, telecommunication, and defence organisations are sponsoring research in the Department.
Applicants at the Lecturer level should have a relevant PhD, a developing track record in publication with demonstrable high potential in high-quality research and teaching. Applicants at the Senior Lecturer level will have an international research profile and a significant track record of high-quality publications in leading journals and conference proceedings.