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Ph.D. student
University College Dublin
Doctoral student Position at School of Computer Science, University College Dublin, Ireland, focusing on Blockchain and Federated Learning for CONFIDENTIAL6G Project. We are looking for a candidate for a four-year direct Ph.D. position at the School of Computer Science, University College Dublin, Ireland, focusing on Blockchain uses for radio spectrum sharing and learning data integrity assurance for AI/ML approaches. This PhD position is attached to the project CONFIDENTIAL6G; a HORIZON EUROPE project funded by the EU commission. This project emphasizes privacy preservation and security of sensitive data focusing on the protection of data in use, in transit, and processed or stored at the edge. The selected student will work on a topic related to the CONFIDENTIAL6G project. #Funding The student will receive a four-year scholarship (where university tuition fees are fully covered along with living allowances of 18,500 Euros per annum) for the total duration of the Ph.D. program. Start Date By January 2023 Requirements for the doctoral student - Candidates should have a B.Sc (with a first-class) or a M.Sc. in one of the following fields: computer science, software engineering, or any other relevant subject by the time of the start date; - Proven DLT software (e.g., Blockchain, Ethereum, hyperledger…etc.) development skills with at least one relevant programming language such as Python, or Java; - Proven ability to document and publish the research findings in top conference proceedings and journals; - Motivation and dedication to pursue doctoral degree studies and research work that has the potential to be published in high-ranking publications; - Formidable communication skills to enable networking and knowledge dissemination plausible. Applying If you are interested, please contact me with the following documen
Contact: The position is supervised by Asst. Prof. Dr. Madhusanka Liyanage (https://scholar.google.fi/citations?user=p1n0ioUAAAAJ&hl=en) and Asst. Prof. Dr. Shen Wang (https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=rPAOzIwAAAAJ&h).
Last updated: 2022-09-13 posted on 2022-09-11