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Postdoctoral Research Assistant Vacancy: Applications of Game Theory to Information Security

Posted on 18/04/2013

Postdoctoral Research Assistant: Applications of Game Theory to Information Security

Applications are invited for a Research Assistant position in the Information Security Group at Royal Holloway to work on novel applications of Game Theory to Information Security. The successful applicant will work with Dr Carlos Cid and other members of the ISG investigating the modelling and design of secure protocols and services based on game-theoretical techniques. This will involve fundamental research on both the design of protocols and systems that can be proven to be secure under the rational-player scenario, as well as the development of specific game-theoretical tools that are suitable to the study their security.

For further details, please see the advertisement on www.jobs.ac.uk.

Closing Date: Midnight, Monday 6th May 2013



   
 
 
 

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