Open positions in the School of IT
Post-doc and researcher positions in the areas of Trustworthy Software Technologies, Hardware Security and Trust, Internet of Intelligent Things
Estonia is the homeland of pioneering ICT solutions, which include Skype, e-identity, e-health, and e-governance. Building on these successes, the Estonian ICT industry and academia are establishing three new research groups in the areas of Trustworthy Software Technologies, Hardware Security and Trust, Internet of Intelligent Things.
The School of Information Technologies at Tallinn University of Technology is looking for candidates for 20 new post-doc/researcher positions with:
- a proven research track record
- ability and interest to collaborate across disciplines
- willingness to cooperate with industry and the public sector
For post-doc/researcher positions the university offers:
- A competitive net salary in a range of 20,000 - 30,000 EUR per year
- Location in Tallinn, which is one of the fastest-growing IT hubs in Europe and home to The European Agency for the operational management of large-scale IT systems (eu-LISA) as well as the NATO Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence
- A young and internationally active faculty with rapid and efficient university e-management, allowing you to concentrate on the essential
Successful candidates in the area of Hardware Security and Trust are expected to perform basic and applied research and teaching related to HW security and trust with a focus on tools and methodologies for secure hardware design, hardware architectures for cryptography, side channel attacks and countermeasures, isolation in virtualized systems, ensuring configuration integrity of network devices, among others.
Successful candidates in the area of Internet of Intelligent Things are expected to perform basic and applied research and teaching related to IoT with a focus on embedded artificial intelligence and machine learning, sensor fusion, design of dependable intelligent devices under IoT application constraints, intelligent networked control systems and IoT communication protocols, among others.
Successful candidates the the area of Trustworthy Software Technologies are expected to perform basic and applied research and teaching related to trustworthy software technologies with a focus on theories, methods and tools for program analysis, verification, program transformations and generation, program synthesis, programming languages, functional programming, refinement/dependent types, software contracts, theorem proving and proof assistants, certified software, processes of building trust in software, economics of trust, among others.
Tallinn University of Technology is the flagship academic institution of Estonian ICT research, engineering and technology education. Our international faculty and staff form a unique and multidisciplinary team of technological, natural, exact, economic and health sciences. The university has 12,000 students and 2,000 employees and is centrally located in the Estonian capital city of Tallinn.
Applications should include a cover letter, documents proving that the candidate holds the required academic degree (PhD or an equivalent qualification) and has acquired the required education, a curriculum vitae and a list of publications, a statement of future research and teaching interests and other documents considered to be important by the applicant.
Documents should be sent by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application deadline: Open call until fulfillment of the positions; monthly cut-off point: last day of the month.
Further information regarding the positions, please contact Professor Gert Jervan, Dean of the School of IT, email@example.com
More information about Tallinn University of Technology: https://www.ttu.ee/en/
The positions will be established within the framework of IT Academy (StudyITin.ee) programme, the ICT research support measure 2018-2022. The programme is coordinated by the Information Technology Foundation for Education.