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Vacancy: Post-doctoral Research Assistant (Cryptography: Bridging Theory & Practice)

Posted on 13/12/2013

The ISG is seeking to recruit a post-doctoral research assistant to work in the area of 'Cryptography: Bridging Theory and Practice'. The position is available immediately and will run until February 28th 2015.

The research assistant will join a team of postdocs and PhD students working under the leadership of Prof. Kenny Paterson. The aim of the project is to find weaknesses in cryptographic specifications and implementations, to understand how these weaknesses can be addressed in practical ways, and to develop extensions of current cryptographic theory that permit more realistic modelling of cryptographic primitives as they are used in fielded systems. The position will also involve activities designed to engage both the theory community and practitioners in the research.

Closing Date: Midnight, Sunday 22nd December 2013

Interview Date: To be confirmed

To view further details of this post and to apply, please visit the RHUL job vacancies website. Please send any informal queries about this post to Professor Kenny Paterson.


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