Following up on existing cooperation with Karlstad University, Red Hat has decided to support another PhD. student position.
Its Department of Mathematics and Computer Science is now accepting applications for a doctoral studentship leading to a PhD with a specialisation in BPF security and safety in Linux.
The appointment is a partnership between the research groups in Distributed Systems and Communications (DISCO) and Privacy and Security (PriSec) at Karlstad University and Red Hat Research.
- Knowledge and/or experience within one or more of the areas of kernel programming, practical work with Linux/Unix, security evaluations (e.g. threat modelling, vulnerability research), security engineering, and data analysis are therefore valuable qualifications. Excellent programming skills are required.
- The position is at Karlstad University in Sweden. While there is some flexibility in doing parts of the work remotely, the candidate will be expected to relocate.
- To be eligible the applicant must hold a Degree of Master (60 or 120 ECTS credits) in Computer Science, hold a Degree of Master of Science in Computer Engineering or in some other way have acquired equivalent knowledge.