Together with Carlos Cid, we have a two-year postdoc position available. The position is focused on hardware implementations of post-quantum cryptography such as lattice-based, code-based, hash-based or mq-based schemes. If you are interested, feel free to get in touch with Carlos or me. If you know of somone who might be interested, we would appreciate if you could make them aware of this position.
Together with Carlos Cid, we have a two-year postdoc position available. The position is focused on hardware implementations of quantum-safe cryptography such as lattice-based, code-based, hash-based or mq-based schemes. If you are interested, feel free to get in touch with Carlos or me. If you know of somone who might be interested, we would appreciate if you could make them aware of this position.
We got a one year crypto postdoc position in the Information Security Group.
Location Egham Salary £33,789 to £39,902 per annum – including London Allowance Closing Date Monday 10 October 2016 Interview Date To be confirmed Reference 0916-295
The ISG is seeking to recruit a post-doctoral research assistant to work in the area of Cryptography. The position is available now for the period of one year.
The PDRA will work alongside Prof. Kenny Paterson and other cryptographic researchers at Royal Holloway on topics in Cryptography. Our current areas of interest include lattice-based cryptography, multilinear maps, indistinguishability obfuscation, and applied cryptography.
Applicants should have already completed (essential if COS required), or be close to completing, a PhD in a relevant discipline. Applicants should have an outstanding research track record in Cryptography. Applicants should be able to demonstrate scientific creativity, research independence, and the ability to communicate their ideas effectively in written and verbal form.
This is a full time post, available as soon as possible for a fixed term period of 12 months. This post is based in Egham, Surrey, where the College is situated in a beautiful, leafy campus near to Windsor Great Park and within commuting distance from London.
Informal enquiries can be made to Kenny Paterson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Human Resources Department can be contacted with queries by email at: email@example.com.
My colleague Lorenzo has a nice post doc position in malware detection. Also, the closing date for the Multilinear Maps postdoc here at Royal Holloway is tomorrow.
The HPAC project has three one-year postdoc positions available:
Three research positions (postdoc or research engineer), offered by the French ANR project HPAC (High Performance Algebraic Computation), are open.
Title: High Performance Algebraic Computing
Keywords: parallel computing, computer algebra, linear algebra, C/C++ programming
- Grenoble, France (LIG-MOAIS, LJK-CASYS),
- Lyon, France (LIP-AriC),
- Paris, France (LIP6-PolSys),
Starting date: between June 2014 and January 2015
Type of position: 3 postdoc or research engineer positions of 1 year each
- in english: http://hpac.gforge.inria.fr/Offres/PostdocEngineer-GrenobleLyonParis-HPAC-en.pdf
- in french: http://hpac.gforge.inria.fr/Offres/PostdocEngineer-GrenobleLyonParis-HPAC-fr.pdf
- HPAC project main web page: http://hpac.gforge.inria.fr/
The ambition of the project HPAC is to provide international reference high-performance libraries for exact linear algebra and algebraic systems on multi-processor architectures and to influence parallel programming approaches for algebraic computing. It focuses on the design of new parallel algorithms and building blocks dedicated to exact linear algebra routines. These blocks will then be used for the parallelization of the sequential code of the LinBox and FGb libraries, state of the art for exact linear algebra and polynomial systems solving, and used in many computer algebra systems. The project combines several areas of expertise: parallel runtime and language, exact,
symbolic and symbolic/numeric algorithmic, and software engineering.
Profile of the positions:
We are seeking for candidates with solid expertise in software library design and developments (e.g. C, C++, OpenMP, Autotools, versioning,…) with preferably good background on mathematical software and computer algebra algorithmic. The main outcome of the work will depend on the type of the position (postdoc or engineer) and include code development in open-source C/C++ libraries such as LinBox, FGb, Kaapi and research publications in international journals or conferences.
Each location is seeking for candidates matching with the following keywords:
- Lyon: (contact: Gilles….@ens-lyon.fr) High performance/parallel computer algebra, symbolic and mixed symbolic-numeric linear algebra, validated computation, high performance Euclidean lattice computation, lattice basis reduction.
- Grenoble: (contact: Jean-Guill…@imag.fr) Library design and development, LinBox, Sage, XKaapi, parallel exact linear algebra, work-stealing and data-flow tasks.
- Paris: (contact: Jean-Charl…@groebner.org) Polynomial system solving, Gröbner basis computations, parallel exact linear algebra, algebraic cryptanalysis, distributed computing.
Feel free to exchange with the contact person of each site for further information.
DTU has a postdoc position available in the crypto group. I can highly recommend working there.
Apply for the job at DTU Compute by completing the following form.
Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Technical University of Denmark, would like to invite applications for a Postdoc position of 18 months, starting 1 April 2014 or soon thereafter.
The topic of the project is lightweight cryptology, which regards scenarios involving strongly resource-constrained devices.
Qualifications Candidates for the position should have a solid background in hardware design and automation and be able to work on the physical constraints and optimization of the hardware implementations or, alternatively, we will consider candidates with a strong cryptanalytic and mathematical background who are able to analyse the security of ciphers to be designed.
All candidates must have a PhD degree in applied mathematics, computer science, or engineering or academic qualifications equivalent to the PhD degree in engineering and they should have demonstrated qualifications in cryptology. The candidate must be well versed in written and spoken English.
We offer We offer an interesting and challenging job in an international environment focusing on education, research, public-sector consultancy and innovation, which contribute to enhancing the economy and improving social welfare. We strive for academic excellence, collegial respect and freedom tempered by responsibility. The Technical University of Denmark (DTU) is a leading technical university in northern Europe and benchmarks with the best universities in the world.
*Salary and terms of appointment *The Danish Research Council finances the positions. The appointment will be based on the collective agreement with the Confederation of Professional Associations. The allowance will be agreed with the relevant union.
*Further Information *Further information can be obtained from Professor Lars R. Knudsen, DTU Compute, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can read more about DTU Compute on www.compute.dtu.dk/english.
Application procedure *Please submit your online application no later than *15 March 2014.* Applications must be submitted as *one PDF file* containing all materials to be given consideration. To apply, please open the link “Apply online,” fill in the online application form, and *attach all your materials in English in one PDF file. The file must include:
- Application (cover letter)
- List of publications
My team is hiring:
One-year post-doctoral position announcement
A 12-month postdoctoral position is available at the INRIA/LIP6/UPMC SALSA team on Campus Jussieu (located in the “Quartier Latin” of Paris, France). We are seeking candidates to apply for this position. The postdoc will work in the joint ANR/NSFC EXACTA project on polynomial system solving and its applications in cryptography, computational geometry, and biology.