In this position you will develop new coding techniques for various applications, such as distributed storage systems, network coding and post-quantum cryptography. Possible research tasks include finding new code constructions, developing efficient decoding algorithms, creating new code-based cryptosystems, and cryptanalyzing known cryptosystems.
Your main responsibilities will be:
- Conducting research in coding theory and/or code-based cryptography.
- Teaching assistance for varying courses in theoretical computer science and mathematics.
- You have a MSc degree (or equivalent) in computer science, mathematics or electrical engineering, and good communication skills in spoken and written English.
- Required: strong background in mathematics and/or theoretical computer science.
- Beneficial: good knowledge of algebra.
- You are interested in working with complex topics.
- You enjoy working in an international research environment.
- You have high ambitions to excel in research and teaching.
Our research group is part of the School of Computer Science at the University of St. Gallen. The group develops research in various areas of coding theory, information theory, cryptography and efficient algorithm design.
sport & wellbeing
food & drink @ HSG
flexible working hours
For job-related questions
Prof. Dr. Anna-Lena Horlemann
Assistent professor for mathematics and information technology
071 224 2604
«I am looking forward to reading about your research interest in coding theory and cryptography.»
School of Computer Science
071 224 2604
«I am delighted that you are interested in this position at our University and would be pleased to meet you soon.»
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University of St.Gallen
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