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We extend known results by considering the Combined Digit Model, an attacker model that captures signal processing attacks such as averaging and noise addition.
For $q=2$ we give results for various attack parameter settings.
For $q \\geq 3$ we present the relevant equations without providing a solution.
We show how the channel capacity in the Restricted Digit Model
is obtained as a limiting case of the Combined Digit Model.
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A successful candidate will have extensive university-level teaching experience and didactic skills, experience in academic supervision of graduate students, as well as experience in research and a strong international publication track record.
The candidate will be able to teach courses in the area of theoretical computer science on Master level and advanced Bachelor level, in particular a course on discrete mathematics.
We are interested both in candidates who can contribute to existing research groups (cryptography, semantics) as well as in candidates who bring in new areas of research expertise.
Furthermore, the senior lecturer is expected to supervise Master and Ph.D. students.
For applying, please follow the instructions here: http://www.ut.ee/en/application-documents-and-notification-results and send you application to personal (at) ut.ee.
I encourage applicants who work on more applied aspects of cybersecurity in addition to those who work on cryptography. Students working in areas relevant to cybersecurity will also be considered.
If you are interested, please send me an email with a copy of your CV, a short research statement, and the name of at least one reference.