The security group designs and builds trustworthy networked systems. Our research agenda covers a gamut of security, privacy, and networking problems; a number of our results got significant attention by the research community. Our teaching efforts lead to a new security curriculum we introduce at KTH. We invite applications for PhD research assistantships with the security group at EE/LCN. We are looking for highly motivated individuals to pursue a PhD in security and privacy. Our work combines theoretical and experimental methods. Candidates with experimental/systems or theoretical profiles and research interests in any aspect of security and privacy are welcome to apply.
Applicants must hold or be about to receive an MSc degree in computer science, electrical engineering, computer engineering, information and communication technologies, or a related area. Furthermore, the applicant must have: *Strong academic credentials, written and spoken English proficiency, communication and team-work skills.