Tenure-Track and Senior Researcher Positions in Secure Software Systems in Amsterdam

CWI is looking for candidates to initiate and develop new research directions in Secure Software Systems, addressing major challenges in software systems relating to security and privacy. We are looking for researchers with excellent track records in computer science, with a focus on privacy and security in software systems and their scientific foundations. The tenure-track candidates are expected to develop a research program that addresses current societal demands on secure software systems, whereas senior candidates are expected to develop and lead a new group in this area. The candidates are expected to utilise synergies with other CWI research groups, like the cryptology group of prof. Ronald Cramer.

Postdoc / Postdoctoral Researcher on the subject of the computer-science aspects of quantum computing and quantum information theory

This position involves research into the computer-science aspects of quantum computing and quantum information theory. Specifically, the project will focus on one or more of the following topics: quantum algorithms and complexity, quantum machine learning, quantum communication, quantum cryptography. Depending on the most suitable topic, the research will be in collaboration with one or more of the following researchers: Jop Briët, Harry Buhrman, Peter Grünwald, Stacey Jeffery, Maris Ozols, Christian Schaffner, Michael Walter, and Ronald de Wolf. The position is on the NWO-funded QuantERA project QuantAlgo, for one or two years, and can start at any time after 1 August 2018.

Postdoc on the subject of hybrid polystore query language design and implementation

TYPHON is an EU H2020 project, which aims at providing an industry-validated methodology and integrated technical offering for designing, developing, querying, evolving, analysing and monitoring scalable hybrid data persistence architectures that will meet the growing scalability and heterogeneity requirements of the European industry. Designing and deploying a hybrid data persistence architecture that involves a combination of relational and NoSQL databases, and which can manage different types of structured and textual data (polystores for conciseness), is a complex, technically challenging, and error-prone task.

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