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Post-Doc in Privacy-Preserving Crypto Protocols
Institute of Information Security and Dependability at KIT, Germany
The Institute of Information Security and Dependability at KIT is looking for a Post-Doc with expertise in privacy-preserving cryptographic protocols with a focus on secure multi-party computation, ideally, having hands-on experiences with MPC-compilers. A track record in this field is expected, including publications at reputable conferences such as Crypto, Eurocrypt, ACM CCS, PETS, etc.

You will be a member of the KASTEL Security Research Labs (https://zentrum.kastel.kit.edu) and the Topic "Engineering Secure Systems" of the Helmholtz Association. KASTEL brings together security researchers belonging to various disciplines and offers excellent funding opportunities for your research projects.

Your research will be dealing with cryptographic protocols for privacy-preserving computations, e.g., applied to mobility systems. It will result in both theoretical security concepts (protocol designs, security proofs, etc.) and their practical implementation (e.g., a demonstrator) for some application domain. The contract will initially be limited to 1 year, but can be extended by several years (depending on the candidates performance).

If you are interested, please send me an email and formally apply using the link: ogy.de/cryptojob. Besides your CV including a list of your publications, please also include the names of three references.

Contact: Andy Rupp (andy.rupp@rub.de)
Last updated: 2021-11-14 posted on 2021-11-11