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The department is looking for a dynamic faculty member to participate in research and teaching in cryptology.
The position is available from 1 May 2013.
For further information and to apply please follow the guidelines from the job page.
1. research in public-key cryptography
2. contribution to the lecturing of the faculty.
Conditions of employment:
The applicant is required to have very good knowledge of the following topics:
1. complexity theory
3. number theory.
The Master in Computer Science or a similar field is the condition of employment. It is expected of any candidate that a doctorate´s degree is or will be pursued.
The University of Paderborn has been awarded with the rating TOTAL E-QUALITY with view to an administrative and human resource policy that is ideally directed toward non-discrimination and equal opportunity as well as the certificate “audit family fair-minded university” (of a non-profit organisation) with view to the successful implementation of improvements to the compatability of studying, job and family-life.
We specifically welcome candidatures of women and will, according to the State Equal Oppourtunities Act (“Landesgleichstellungsgesetz NRW”) prefer these among candidatures of the same aptitude, qualification and certificates of competence if not personal reasons in favour of a competitor decide. A part time employment is possible, in principle. Candidatures of seriously handicapped persons and the same according to the Code of Social Law (“Sozialgesetzbuch Neuntes Buch - SGB IX”) are welcome just the same.
The staff council of the academic personnel and artists of the University of Paderborn (WPR) will be involved in the interviewing if a candidate wishes so.
Within the framework of the EU ALGANT (Algebra and Number Theory) Erasmus Mundus doctorate program, there is an opening for a PhD position in the area of Secure Computation and Coding Theory.
The PhD project is jointly advised by Ronald Cramer (CWI & Math Inst, Leiden U), Serge Fehr (CWI) and Gilles Zémor (U Bordeaux, Math Dept) and it should lead to a joint Bordeaux/Leiden PhD degree. Outstanding candidates are encouraged to apply.
Application deadline: February 10, 2013.