PhD Student Position in Cryptography and Data Security Group at University of Warsaw in Poland, 2013

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The Department of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics at the University of Warsaw is offering a PhD position in the area of cryptography in the Cryptography and Data Security Group. The position is supported by the EU FNP Welcome Grant “Cryptographic Protocols Provably-Secure Against Physical Attacks”. PhD position covers monthly stipend. Polish applicants must have a background in theoretical computer science and mathematics. Good knowledge of English is required. Online application must be submitted by 29.09.2013.. A PhD position in the area of cryptography in the Cryptography and Data Security Group at the Department of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics at University of Warsaw is available. The position is supported by the EU FNP Welcome Grant “Cryptographic Protocols Provably-Secure against Physical Attacks”. This project is about the design of cryptographic schemes that are provably-secure against physical attacks, such as side-channel leakages, tampering, or malware intrusion. We offer excellent networking and training opportunities, including participation in international workshops and conferences.. This studentship is for PhD position at University of Warsaw in Poland.
The research areas of this scholarship are: Not provided
Who can apply to this scholarship? All candidates with background in theoretical computer science and mathematics are encouraged to apply and will be carefully considered. Knowledge of Polish is not required, but a good knowledge of English is essential.
· one needs to possess a masters degree and be enrolled in a Polish university PhD program.
Benefits of the scholarship: Funding covers stipend 3000 PLN / month. Funding is available until 5.2015 (extensions are possible depending on the funding availability).
More information about the fellowship:
Duration: Not Known
Number of scholarships: Not provided

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