The Information Security discipline at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane, Australia, invites applications for a 16-month post-doctoral researcher position in cryptography starting by September 2014. The focus of the position is on analyzing and characterizing the overall security of real-world cryptographic protocols such as TLS, and designing next-generation protocols. We are looking for outstanding candidates with experience in cryptographic modelling, provable security, and/or key exchange protocols. The position is supported by an Australia Research Council (ARC) Discovery Project grant.
Applicants should have recently completed, be under examination for, or be close to submitting a PhD. Starting salary is between AUD$58,903 and $79,926 per annum, plus 17% pension contribution. Funds for relocation and travel will also be available.
QUT\\\'s Science and Engineering Faculty has an active and growing group with research strengths in cryptography, network security, and digital forensics, with a leading national profile and strong international links. QUT is investing heavily in science and technology research, with a new $240 million facility in the heart of Brisbane\\\'s central business district housing many interdisciplinary research groups, including information security. Brisbane is a city of 2 million people with a high quality of living, and many of Queensland\\\'s stunning beaches and wilderness are less than half an hour away.
Applications must be submitted through the QUT Jobs website listed below.