The Digital Security group at the Radboud University Nijmegen has a
vacancy for a full-time assistant professorship (Universitair Docent
UD in Dutch).
Research in the group covers a range of topics including correctess
and security of software, smartcards and RFID, design and analysis of
security protocols, applied crypto, privacy and anonimity, quantum
logic and computing. Members of the group are also active in the
broader societal issues surrounding security & privacy, and regulary
carry out commercial contract research to apply and inspire high
quality academic research.
The group runs a joint Master programme in Computer Security in
collaboration with the universities of Twente and Eindhoven, named the
Kerckhoffs Institute (www.kerckhoffs-institute.org). In Nijmegen the
Institute for Computing and Information Sciences runs Bachelor and
Master courses in Computer Science (Informatica) and Information
For this position we are looking for the best candidate in the broader
field of security, who can be a good addition to the group and has
good synergy with ongoing research in the group, who is a team player,
and who can teach computer security to a broad range of students.