Research Center for Cyberspace Security
Cybersecurity research falls into the fields of threats and defense measures in the chain of information generation, transmission, storage, and processing in cyberspace, as well as the threat and protection mechanisms of the network and the system itself. The Cyberspace Security Research Center focuses on the core cybersecurity issues of three levels: “autonomy and controllability” (intrinsic security), “network security” (process security) and “application security” (information or content security).
We are recruiting both full-time Research Scientists at all levels and Postdoctoral Fellows, who has a background relevant to Cybersecurity, Network Virtualization, Cloud Computing, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and the related research areas.
Research Scientist: Full-time Ph.D graduates from top 300 universities on the QS World University Rankings; with articles published in the internationally renowned journals or conferences in the past 5 years. Research experience at a well-known university or research institution with significant research outputs in the past 5 years is a plus, according to which other requirements could be amended.
Postdoctoral Fellows: Ph.D graduates in the recent 3 years from the world-renowned universities; under 35 years old; who has two or more papers published in the CCF list B or above/ IEEE Transactions or equivalent journals as the first author or correspondent author.
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