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Two doctoral studentships available at Oxford

| | 2015.07.08. 10:28:16  Székely Iván  

Doctoral Studentships: Trusted Environments for Privacy-Preserving

Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford

Supervisors: Professors Andrew Martin & Andrew Simpson

Start Date: October 2015

We invite applications for two studentships funded by the Intel
Corporation for a project called "Applying the Trusted Remote
Environment (AppTRE)". One student will study how Trusted Computing
Architectures based on Intel's new SGX technology can be used to
implement "Trustworthy Remote Entities" with strong guarantees of
privacy protection. The other student will study algorithms and
approaches to data analysis which can run in such contexts, processing
privacy-sensitive data without unwanted disclosures.

The studentships are tenable from October 2015, for three years in each
case, subject to satisfactory progress. In special circumstances, it
may be possible to delay the start date. The annual stipend payable is
£17057. The studentship also covers the payment of College and
University fees at the home/EU rate.

More details here:

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