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Position as PhD Research Fellow in specification and analysis of information privacy using programming language theory is available at the Department of Informatics.
The fellowship period is 3 years devoted to research education. Candidates may be offered one additional year by the Department of Informatics; the 4 years position then entails a compulsory work load of 25% that consists of teaching, supervision duties, and research assistance.
No one can be appointed for more than one PhD Research Fellowship period at the University of Oslo. Starting date no later than 01.10.2020.
This position will be part of the collaboration between researches in the area of Formal Methods (FM) and Digital Security (SEC).
The planned PhD research will explore compliances of privacy in data access and data processing (information-flow analysis) at design time, e.g., where private data will be stored and which parts of a system will have access to process such data. To explore and investigate these ideas, the project will use formal methods for distributed systems and programming language theory, aiming to develop new techniques for supporting modelling languages, which are aware of privacy capabilities for data access and data processing. The PhD project aims at demonstrating the results by means of experimental proof of concept.
The researchers in FM work on light weight formal methods techniques using formal models applied to various problem domains, including parallel and distributed systems and language-based security. The researchers in SEC work on different topics in the area of information security including cyber threat intelligence, privacy and cryptography, and hosts the UiO Ethical Hacking Team.
Both groups have a dynamic and interactive working environment with relatively good gender balance, consisting of full-time professors, researchers, and multiple postdocs and PhD students.
The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences has a strategic ambition to be among Europe's leading communities for research, education and innovation. Candidates for these fellowships will be selected in accordance with this, and expected to be in the upper segment of their class with respect to academic credentials.
Applicants should submit a statement of research interests indicating why this PhD topic fits their interest/background. This statement of research interest should not exceed one page.
Candidates without a Master's degree have until 30 June, 2020 to complete the final exam.
The norm is as follows:
The purpose of the fellowship is research training leading to the successful completion of a PhD degree.
The fellowship requires admission to the PhD programme at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences. The application to the PhD programme must be submitted to the department no later than two months after taking up the position. For more information see:
The application must include
The application with attachments must be delivered in our electronic recruiting system, please follow the link "apply for this job". Foreign applicants are advised to attach an explanation of their University's grading system. Please note that all documents should be in English (or a Scandinavian language).
Applicants may be called in for an interview.
Please see the for appointments to Research Fellowships at the University of Oslo.
No one can be appointed for more than one PhD Research Fellowship period at the University of Oslo.
According to the Norwegian Freedom of Information Act (Offentleglova) information about the applicant may be included in the public applicant list, also in cases where the applicant has requested non-disclosure.
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