The Resilient Computing and Cybersecurity Center (RC3) at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) invites applications for multiple postdoctoral positions in the broad areas of Cybersecurity and Dependability.
The RC3 center is a newly created unit, which aims at developing the emerging area of Resilient Computing in symbiosis with classical Cybersecurity paradigms, fulfilling the innovative vision followed by an increasing number of stakeholders that “Resilience is the Cybersecurity of the XXI century”.
KAUST is searching for researchers who have recently completed their Ph.D. or will soon complete their Ph.D. and want to jumpstart their careers. They are looking for people who are willing to help shape such a hard and unique research issue, as well as contribute to the RC3 center’s ambitious research agenda, which is supported by a sizable funding landscape.
Duration: 3 years
The Postdoctoral Research Fellow Positions on Cybersecurity and Dependability welcomes candidates with
- a PhD in Computer Science and/or Engineering, Informatics, or related areas, w
- a strong background in the theory and practice of one or more Security/ Privacy, Dependability/ Fault Tolerance, Distributed Systems and Networks, and/or Real-Time and Embedded Systems.
However, they consider as an advantage
- documented experience in the design, verification, and/or evaluation, of several dependable and/or secure distributed systems and networks;
- dependable and/or secure distributed blockchain and ledger systems;
- privacy of biomedical, financial, or social data.
Applicants for the Fellow Positions on Cybersecurity and Dependability are to complete their application with the following materials:
- Curriculum Vitae, your contact address, training record, work experience, publications, and clear evidence about the documented experience requested above in the call.
- Letter of intent (up to 500 words) including the personal motivations for applying to KAUST/RC3.
- Copies of up to three papers substantiating your background and/or experience in these topics.
- An abstract of your PhD thesis (max 1 page).
- Transcripts and results of all courses taken during the Master/PhD programs. Copies allowed.
- Contact information for 3 referees.
To apply for Postdoctoral Research Fellow Positions on Cybersecurity and Dependability, click here.
Application Deadline: June 30, 2022.
For more information, visit the official site.