Postdoctoral Position in secure real-time cloud platforms in The University of Pennsylvania.
Detailed information can be found below.
The University of Pennsylvania's DeDOS project is a multi-disciplinary project funded by DARPA as part of the Extreme DDoS Defense (XD3) program. The goal of this project is to create fundamentally new defenses against distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks that can provide far greater resilience to these attacks than existing solutions.
To achieve this goal, the DeDOS team (together with Georgetown University) brings together expertise in distributed systems, network security, and real-time systems. DeDOS has funding for one post-doctoral researcher. This is a one-year position, based in Philadelphia, with the possibility of a second year (subjected to funding availability). The postdoc will have the freedom to lead individual projects, as well as work with a large team of researchers, including Ph.D., Masters, and undergraduate students.
We seek applicants with expertise in at least one (but preferably two) of the following areas: distributed systems, network security, and real-time systems. Applicants should email their CV and a research statement to Dr. Boon Thau Loo (firstname.lastname@example.org) and also ask two or three references to email letters of recommendation to Dr. Loo.
For more information, please feel free to contact any of the DeDOS PIs.