Post-Doc, University of Bristol
Based in the Cryptography group within the Department of Computer Science which has grown considerably in the last year. We are particularly interested in applicants with a background in one of the following areas:
• Analysis of “real world” protocols
• Formal Methods applied to security protocols
• Fully Homomorphic Encryption
• Lattice Based Cryptography
• Multi-Party Computation
• Provable Security, i.e. Protocol and Mechanism design
The post is funded by an ERC Advanced Grant awarded to Professor Nigel Smart.
Videos of IACR lectures in cryptodb and youtube
Some videos of IACR lectures have been posted on youtube in the IACR channel at http://www.youtube.com/TheIACR Videos of talks are also being incorporated into cryptodb - see the example of Roger Dingledine's talk at Crypto 2011.
Videos are now available for Crypto 2011 and PKC 2010, Videos are also available from the Crypto 2011 rump session.
Senior researcher with a strong background on cryptology, Galician Research and Development Center in Advanced Telecommunications (GRADIANT) Vigo, Spain
We are looking for a senior researcher with a strong background on cryptology and its mathematical foundations, with a strong motivation for carrying out applied research in this field and leading projects focused on practical applications.
Research experience is required in at least one of the following topics: secure identity management, privacy by design, trusted computing and secure computation outsourcing, network security, design of efficient cryptosystems, digital rights management, security and usability.
Information and CV: maria.jesus (at) vitaedigital.com
Ph.D. positions in applied cryptography / network security / privacy, University of Surrey, United Kingdom
Open Ph.D. positions in applied cryptography, network security, and privacy-enhancing technologies are available in the Department of Computing at University of Surrey, UK starting in April 2012.
Prerequisites: Applications are welcome from university graduates and students close to graduation in mathematics, computer science, or information security. Successful applicants must show outstanding grades and have final thesis on a topic related to cryptography and information security. Applicants must further be citizens of the European Union.
How to Apply: Applications should be sent by email to mark (at) manulis.eu (in a single PDF document), containing a CV, a copy of academic transcripts, a short statement of motivation (incl. description of prior activities in the relevant areas), and one reference or a letter of recommendation. Applications will be processed until the positions are filled.