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Open Position as Lecturer in Cybersecurity

Do you want to join a world-class computer science department and help us to establishment of an information and computer security research group? Then now is the right time to apply.

The Department Of Computer Science of the University of Exeter is currently hiring for a new cybersecurity group. The new lecturer will join a growing department and will contribute to a new research focus in cybersecurity.

This is a unique opportunity to join a new cybersecurity group as founding member and to influence its future development.

Application in all areas of cybersecurity are welcome, and we are particularly encouraging people working in the intersection of security and formal aspects (e.g., formal methods, verification, type systems, programming languages, logic) to apply. Please apply by 4th of April 2019!

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