We are hiring another lecturer: the position is fixed-term for four years, the successful applicant is expected to do a small load of teaching (4 contact/lecture hours per week during term time) whilst contributing to the wider research agenda of the group. We invite applicants with a back ground in either cybersecurity or statistics/AI/data science (assuming they are interested in a cybersecurity angle to their work).
Arnab Roy (PhD Luxembourg), who previously held research positions at Bristol University (UK) and DTU (Denmark), joins the University of Klagenfurt as a lecturer in the Cybersecurity group.
Arnab began his career with a master’s degree in Mathematics from the IIT Kanpur and a further master’s degree in CS from the Indian Statistical Institute focussing on statistical machine learning.
Thereafter he moved to the University of Luxembourg and pursued a PhD under the supervision of Alex Biryukov in the area of symmetric key cryptography.
Si Gao received his PhD at the Institute of Software from the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2017. After graduating, he joined Elisabeth Oswald as a Research Associate the University of Bristol. His research interests include cryptographic engineering & security evaluations, with a focus on side channel aware design flows and toolchains.