[PET] Multiple post-doc and Ph.D. positions at Imperial College London
b.livshits at imperial.ac.uk
Mon May 29 17:21:03 BST 2017
Applications are invited for PhD students and post-docs broadly interested in the topics of security, privacy, and compilers. While someone with an interest in software security and privacy, such as browser privacy is especially welcomed, a wide range of specific projects is available, although prospective students are expected to come up with some of the topics they are excited about. Dr. Livshits' research involves a broad range of topics in application security, privacy, program analysis, general software reliability, and bug finding. Some of the prior work in recent years was in areas as diverse as malware detection and building augmented reality systems.
It is helpful to first reach out to Dr. Livshits by email at livshits at ic.ac.uk<mailto:livshits at ic.ac.uk> to discuss your background; please attach a CV to your email. Early applications are encouraged. Please see https://www.doc.ic.ac.uk/~livshits for contact information and more details on some recent research projects.
To apply for this position, you will need to have a strong background in at least one of the following areas: security, privacy, compilers, program analysis, programming languages, or operating systems. You will also need some experience in building and working with large software systems and tools. This experience can come from either your academic projects or through working in the industry; candidates with a strong industrial background are encouraged to apply. Applicants should have a Distinction/First class grade Master's degree in Computer Science or a related field, and good communication and technical writing skills. The position is fully funded, covering tuition fees, travel funds and a stipend/bursary. Imperial is located in South Kensington in central London.
See http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BBI081/phd-studentship-in-security-privacy-and-compilers/ for more. Both Ph.D. students and post-docs are encouraged.
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