PhD student (f/m/d) in the field of cryptography
PhD positions in KASTEL -- Institute for Information Security and Dependability
We are looking for motivated PhD students in the field of cryptography.
You are part of the KASTEL Security Research Labs and do your research in the Cryptography and Security group of the Institute for Information Security and Dependability.
You should have a solid background in provable security, but be mainly interested in the theoretical background of cryptography and IT security. In the best case you have attended some of our courses and/or written a master thesis at our institute, but also with a related background (e.g. mathematics, physics) you are welcome to approach us.
You can find our current research topics at https://crypto.kastel.kit.edu/research_topics.php. If you are interested or have any questions, please contact the staff members mentioned there.
We expect from you a collegial cooperation in joint research and you should be able to do research independently.
We offer a large team with researchers from different disciplines. You have the opportunity to contribute to teaching and/or to show your strengths in projects with industry. You can find our current teaching curriculum at https://crypto.kastel.kit.edu/study.php and short descriptions of current research projects at https://crypto.kastel.kit.edu/projects.php.
KIT offers you many opportunities for further education as a researcher via KHYS (https://www.khys.kit.edu/), as a staff member via PeBA (https://www.peba.kit.edu/) and specifically for didactic further education via HDZ (https://www.hdz-bawue.de/).
If you are interested, please send an e-mail with your CV, your transcript of records and a list of your research interests to Willi Geiselmann (willi.geiselmann∂kit.edu).