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PET Researcher Opportunities at NICTA, Sydney

| | 2012.11.01. 21:00:40  Székely Iván  

NICTA's Network Research Group is looking for researchers and post-docs with experience in privacy enhancing technologies, in line with its current work in this area . Successful candidates will contribute to the research activity at NICTA.

NICTA (National ICT Australia Ltd) is Australia's Information and Communications Technology Research Centre of Excellence. Its primary goal is to build and deliver excellence in ICT research and commercial outcomes for Australia. Since NICTA was founded in 2002, it has created five startups, developed a substantial technology and intellectual property portfolio, and continues to supply new talents to the ICT industry through a NICTA-supported PhD program. With 5 laboratories around Australia and over 700 staff, NICTA is the largest organisation in Australia dedicated to ICT research.

Accountability and Associated Responsibilities:

  • Achieve the highest international standards of research.
  • Publish results of research in top tier venues targeted at security and privacy e.g. S&P, CCS, USENIX Security, NDSS, PETS etc.
  • Participate in supervision and review of PhD students.

Essential Requirements:

  • PhD qualification in a relevant area of CS, Engineering, or related fields.
  • Proven research experience in privacy enhancing technologies.
  • High quality publications in top tier journals and conferences relevant to privacy enhancing technologies.

Salary and conditions are commensurate with experience. The positions are based at the ATP Laboratory in Sydney, Australia. Applications will be considered as they arrive and the start date is negotiable.

For further information please contact Roksana Boreli roksana.boreli(at) or Arik Friedman, arik.friedman(at) .

Tags: pet, postdoctoral research position


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Post-doc positions in PETs at JRC, Italy

| | 2012.03.05. 15:01:39  Székely Iván  

The European Commission's joint research centre (JRC) in Italy is looking for two "Category 30" grantholders to work in the area of privacy, in a small multinational research team. The posts will be for between 1 to 3 years, the conditions of employment are available here.
JRC needs people who have recently completed a Post Doctorate course of study - or have  5 years of research experience. The salary seems to be around €50k gross, which comes down to perhaps €2k6 (14 times per year).

See the link for all JRC applications.

The two individual posts on privacy-related studies are:

1) 24/02/2012 - IPSC (Ispra) - Post-doc researcher (Cat.30): Digital Identities, Authentications and Signatures CALL REFERENCE NO.: 2011-IPSC-30-1

2) 27/02/2012 - IPSC (Ispra) - Post-doc researcher (Cat.30): Privacy and Security in a smart digital world CALL REFERENCE NO.: 2012-IPSC-30-2

Applications may be sumitted through this digital portal.

Tags: pet, postdoctoral research position


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PrimeLife and PICOS closing events at IFIP SEC 2011

| | 2011.04.01. 16:29:33  Székely Iván  

The EU FP7 privacy projects PrimeLife and PICOS will have their public closing events at IFIP SEC 2011, June 7-9, 2011, Luzern.

Moreover, there will be two Privacy/PET - related keynotes at IFIP SEC 2011 given by Ann Cavoukian (IFIP TC11 Kristian Beckman Awardee 2011) and by Michael Waidner.

Call for Participation:

Tags: prime, pet, picos, conference


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