Do you have a PhD and are you interested in researching the law and regulation of cybersecurity, and in combining this with insights from ethics and economics? If you are excited about doing this kind of research in an interdisciplinary environment, with a team of friendly and enthusiastic colleagues, and with partners from the financial and governmental sectors, then you may want to join us.
The Cryptography Group at the Hebrew University’s School of Computer Science and Engineering invites applications for a post-doc position. Potential applicants are encouraged to visit http://www.gilsegev.net and http://www.cs.huji.ac.il/~ilank for an overview of the group’s recent activity.
To apply for the position, please provide us with your CV and research statement.
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Sheffield UK aims to hire one Lecturer/Senior Lecturer (Assistant/Associate professor) in an area including, but not limited to complexity, algorithm, AI, and AGT. The role is supported with a generous startup package, including funding for conference travel and equipment and a PhD scholarship.
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Sheffield UK aims to hire two Lecturers (Assistant professor) in an area including, but not limited to complexity, algorithm, AI, and AGT. The role is supported with a generous startup package, including funding for conference travel and equipment and a PhD scholarship.
Giulio Malavolta and Michael Walter are looking for an outstanding PhD candidate or postdoctoral researcher. Examples of possible research areas include:
– Quantum information theory
– Quantum and post-quantum cryptography
To apply for the position, please send:
(1) Curriculum vitae.
(2) Electronic contact details of 2-3 potential references.
(3) A brief cover letter.
The Algorithms and Complexity Group of IDSIA Lugano (Switzerland), opens 2 Ph.D. positions and some PostDoc positions.
The project is on the interface of three very active areas of research in theoretical computer science and mathematics. The project proposes a new direction by combining two widely used methodologies in a new way, with an algebraic geometry view used to bring them together.