The Cybersecurity research group (https://cybersecurityresearch.at/), headed by Prof. Elisabeth Oswald, is a relatively new group established in Austria’s sunny south. The group currently features a diverse range of members (from France, Iran, India, and China).
Current members work on topics such as leakage profiling, advanced leakage simulators, attacks (utilizing deep learning), statistical foundations, and hardware aspects of side channels. The group receives funding from the ERC, as well as local funding, and thus offers a supportive research environment (both financially as well as from a human perspective).
The group is looking to grow by one post-doctoral researcher and is particularly keen to expand their existing coverage of topics and seeks researchers with an interest in (any of the following areas)
- compilers/languages to support the secure implementation of cryptographic primitives
- machine/deep learning
- secure implementations (in particular in the context of RISC-V)
A good candidate for this position will have a background in either computer science, maths, or statistics (an MSc level degree with above-average grades is required), will have some relevant publications in any of these subjects in international conferences or journals, enjoy working with people in an international context, and love water, sun, and mountains.
The position is available immediately, applications will be considered on a rolling basis and we will fill the vacancy as soon as a suitable candidate is identified. To apply please send a brief
motivation letter, your CV, and transcripts of records of your MSc and BSc to the contact below.
The position has funding until 31.08.2023 at € 3.945,90 per month.
Please contact Elisabeth [dot] Oswald [at] aau [dot] at for informal enquiries and to submit your application.