PhD and Post-doc Positions in Computer Security
The University of Luxembourg in collaboration with the Luxembourg Government (CTIE) will start a new research project “Supporting e-Democracy” for which we have two PhD candidates and one Research Associate (post-doc) positions available. The positions are within the APSIA (Applied Security and Information Assurance) (http://wwwen.uni.lu/snt/research/apsia) research group led by Prof. Dr. P.Y. Ryan.
The successful candidates will be working in an exciting, international and multicultural environment in the heart of Europe.
The successful candidates will be working within the research project “Supporting e-Democracy”, collaboration between the University of Luxembourg and the Luxembourg Government (CTIE).
The research will focus on (a) design and security analysis of accurate and robust communication systems in specific electoral systems (b) design of reliable and secure computer assisted counting of paper ballots, (c) design and analysis of verifiable, computer assisted voting systems and a broader e-democracy platform.
The candidates are expected to have:
• A previous degree in computer science or related subject;
• A proven (theoretical and practical) interest in security;
• Knowledge of Network and System security;
• Fluent written and oral English skills;
The candidates must apply online at the following addresses:
PhD positions (open until July 31st, 2013): http://recruitment.uni.lu/en/details.html?id=QMUFK026203F3VBQB7V7VV4S8&nPostingID=2253&nPostingTargetID=2935&mask=karriereseiten&lg=UK
Research Associate position (open until June 20th, 2013): http://recruitment.uni.lu/en/details.html?id=QMUFK026203F3VBQB7V7VV4S8&nPostingID=2254&nPostingTargetID=2893&mask=karriereseiten&lg=UK
For further inquiries, please contact Prof. Dr. Peter Y. A. Ryan