The Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas (FORTH) has published a call announcing two research assistant positions in cybersecurity and privacy. The positions are funded by the RAIS, a program in the Marie Curie Initial Training Network.
The selected candidates will focus on two key areas of cybersecurity and privacy research: mitigation of cyberattacks in wearable devices and decentralized privacy-preserving data sharing. With these positions, RAIS aims to establish a fertile multidisciplinary research and innovation community with a strong entrepreneurial culture that will advance wearable sport-sensing and quantified-self devices and accompanying middleware.
The RAIS program works to provide world class training for researchers, data scientists and web engineers. It believes in providing training based on a strong combination of advanced understanding in both theoretical and experimental approaches, methodologies and tools required to develop Decentralized Platforms for Real-Time Data Analytics.
Interested candidates can view the program requirements and application here.