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Post-Doc position in computational and network privacy at Imperial College London

last modified Aug 28, 2018 03:20 PM

The Computational Privacy Group (CPG)  is interested in applying techniques from statistical physics and machine learning to large and complex datasets to expose privacy risks. The CPG’s research projects usually include a mix of theoretical and empirical work with large-scale mobile-phone data, credit card transaction data, health-care data etc. The group often collaborates with large industry partners.

The CPG is looking for a candidate with experience in computational privacy or statistical physics/network science. The research project will be defined in close collaboration with the successful candidate. For example, a possible project could be the development of techniques and software to help utilize large-scale behavioural data while preventing attacks compromising individuals’ privacy.

More information:
http://www.imperial.ac.uk/jobs/description/ENG00441/research-associateassistant-computational-privacy

Closing date: 29th August