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Applications are invited for a Software Developer to work on the CyberVis project, part of a DSTL-sponsored collaboration led by Northrop Grumman Mission Systems Europe Ltd, also involving the University of Glamorgan. This post will primarily be responsible for evolving the code-base of the CyberVis tool and restructuring and optimising the associated databases. The successful applicant will join a team of three other researchers, based in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Oxford, and will be a member of the recently formed Cyber Security Centre, working closely with Professor Sadie Creese and Professor Michael Goldsmith.
The Cybersecurity Group at the Department of Computer Science is looking to employ two Research Fellows to work in a UK Government-funded collaborative research centre on cyber-security capacity-building. The Centre will be located at the Oxford Martin School, which specialises in supporting interdisciplinary research communities working to address the most pressing global challenges and opportunities of the 21st century. The Centre’s aim is to understand and communicate how best to deliver effective cyber security both within the UK and across the world.
Applications are invited from suitably-qualified individuals for a research assistant, associated with our TSB-funded “Trust Domains” project.
The opportunity has arisen to appoint a full-time Departmental Lecturer in Computer Science (Systems Security). This is an opportunity to join the Software Engineering Programme and the team in Systems Security including Drs Andrew Martin, Ivan Flechais, Ivan Martinovic and others. This will be a fixed-term appointment for 4 years from 1 October 2013. Details of the Department of Computer Science and the Software Engineering Programme together with details of the post are given in the further particulars.
A position funded by the EPSRC project: Digital Personhood: Being There: Human and Robots in Public Spaces (HARPS) has arisen in Dr. Niki Trigoni and Dr. Andrew Markham’s group. It is in collaboration with researchers at the Universities of Oxford, Exeter, Bath, London (Queen Mary) and Bristol.
A position funded by the EPSRC project: Intelligent Workspace Acquisition, Comprehension and Exploitation for Mobile Autonomy in Infrastructure Denied Environments has arisen in Dr. Niki Trigoni’s group, in collaboration with Prof. Paul Newman and Dr. Ingmar Posner at the Department of Engineering Science.
The Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford, has a vacancy for a Part-time Project Administrator to support the work of Professor Daniel Kroening. The post holder will provide Project Administration support to a portfolio of projects held by Professor Kroening, including “CPROVER Validation of Concurrent Software Across Abstraction Layers” and “Quantum Nanoscience: Fundamental Physics, emerging Structures and Implications for our Ultimate Reality”. You will work closely with Professor Kroening, the project researchers and the Department of Computer Science Finance Officers to organise and complete on time the various finance and reporting duties associated with the projects, as well as provide support to the research group to be able to undertake their project duties. In addition to this, you will provide administrative and P.A. support to Professor Kroening.