Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for 6 months.
We are seeking a Research Assistant with both strong practical and theoretical grounding in data provenance and security, who will focus on developing prototype software utilizing tracing and provenance capture facilities in operating systems.
The ideal candidate will hold a bachelor's degree in computer science, and have published research in these areas.
The position will contribute to the DARPA CADETS Project join between BAE Systems, Memorial University, and the University of Cambridge, and also collaborate with the OPUS Project at the University of Cambridge.
Responsibilities will include enhancing existing compiler- and operating-system-based tracing and provenance technologies developed by the CADETS and OPUS projects, and performing experimental work employing these technologies for security, performance, and other local and distributed use cases.
This post is intended to start on 1 August 2018.
Questions about the post may be addressed to Dr Robert N.M.Watson firstname.lastname@example.org
An initial period of up to 6 months, with the possibility of extension as grant funds permit.
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