EURECOM hosts one of the most established academic research activities in the field of security and privacy in Europe since more than 20 years. This activity takes place in three dedicated research groups as part of the digital security department. The new faculty is expected to join forces with the department by extending and complementing existing research activities in one or several of the following areas:
- Malware analysis and detection - Network security
- Operating systems security - Wireless security
- Embedded system security - Program analysis
- Web security - Forensics
- Mobile systems security - Online fraud and cybercrime
While actively leading research with his/her team, the new faculty is also expected to enhance the resources of the department by raising additional funding. Besides excellence in academic research, he/she must tackle with real life security and privacy problems raised by industrial applications.
The new faculty is also expected to carry out fundamental research and to develop new graduate courses in the aforementioned domains.
Candidates must have a Ph.D. in computer science or electrical engineering and a proven track record of postdoctoral research in one or several of these areas.
Qualified applicants should send a cover letter with a resume including a publication list emphasizing the three most important publications, a statement of proposed research and teaching activities and the names and addresses of three references by e-mail under reference: MDCSS2016 to recruitment-mdcsec [at] eurecom [dot] fr">recruitment-mdcsec [at] eurecom [dot] fr
The screening will start on November 1st, 2016 and applications will be accepted until the position is filled.