|Arbeitgeber||University of Warsaw|
|Veröffentlicht||22. October 2014|
|Gültig bis||30. October 2014|
Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics of the University of Warsaw is looking for a PhD-student to work on the project “Cryptographic Protocols Provably-Secure Against Physical Attacks”. The project is founded by the Foundation for Polish Science “Welcome” programe operated within the Innovative Economy Operational Programe 2007-2013.
DescriptionThis project is about the design of cryptographic schemes that are provably-secure against physical attacks, such as side-channel leakages, tampering, or malware intrusion. We offer excellent networking and training opportunities, including participation in international workshops and conferences.
The ideal candidates should be familiar with the probability theory, computational complexity, algebra, and number theory. The knowledge of cryptography and information theory is a plus, but is not a prerequisite. Fluency in English is a must.