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The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane, Australia, is seeking to appoint a Professor or Associate Professor to play a senior leadership role in integrating research and teaching in the Information Security Discipline. The successful applicant will have an outstanding research publication and external funding track record. Women, Indigenous Australians and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Information Security discipline undertakes research and teaching in the areas of cryptography, network security and digital forensics. The discipline group continues the 25 year pedigree of information security research excellence at QUT, and has a strong track record of success in competitive research funding, high quality publications and international collaboration.
Appointment requirements are governed by Paragraph 30 Section 2 of the Lower Saxony Education Act (Niedersächsisches Hochschulgesetz). The successful applicant will be required to conduct research and teach in the area named above.
The job advertisement is intended for outstanding researchers in the area of Algebra/Number Theory. Knowledge in the following areas is desired: Algebraic Number Theory/Geometry, Computeralgebra, or applications thereof, e.g. Cryptography or Coding Theory.
Interested candidates should submit the usual (CV, publication record, research statement, teaching statement) to the Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Prof. Dr. Astrid Fischer, Institute for Mathematics, 26111 Oldenburg, Germany. A copy of the application in pdf-format should be sent to traute.lampke (at) uni-oldenburg.de. Deadline for applications is 27-May-2013 (post-marked).
The post-docs will be working on formalizing and applying formal reasoning to real-world security problems and trust issues. The research topics will include: security protocols, security modeling, formal methods for security, socio-technical aspects of security, risk management, privacy, verification, etc. The positions will be partially funded by the national research project STAST: Socio-Technical analysis of Security and Trust, which aims to develop strategies and tools to detect and prevent attacks involving human, physical and digital elements.
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Job Description: Responsible for secure design, development and operation of Intel\\\'s hardware and software products and services. Responsibilities may include threat assessment, design of security components, vulnerability assessment. Ensures products conform to standards and specifications. Develops plans and cost estimates and assesses projects to analyze risks. Responds to customer/client requests or events as they occur. Develops solutions to problems utilizing formal education, judgment and formal process. Maintains substantial knowledge of state-of-the-art security principles, theories, attacks and contributes to literate and conferences. May participate in development or intellectual property. Require thorough knowledge of security practices, procedures and capabilities in order to perform non-repetitive, analytical work.
You should possess a Master of Science degree in an Engineering discipline with at least two years of related experience. Additional qualifications include (you should possess many if not all of the following):
- Knowledge of security technologies (for example, authentication, cryptography, secure protocols), security vulnerabilities and attack profiles
- Demonstrated expertise with computer architecture
- Creation of test plans and test content for validating platform and system components
- Ability to work in a less structure start-up type environment
- Strong oral and written communication skills with demonstrated attention to detail and results orientation
- x86 and C programming skills
Good to have
- Knowledge of Intel\\\'s CPU and/or chipset architecture