We would like to invite applications for an up to 3 years fully-funded postdoctoral position within the School of Computer Science at the University of Birmingham (see below for details on how to apply).
The successful candidate will contribute to an EPSRC-funded project aiming at designing and formally verifying distributed systems, in particular Byzantine fault-tolerant distributed systems as used for example in blockchain technology.
The start date is flexible, ideally early 2023.
The School of Computer Science has large and thriving Security and Theory research groups. Among our research interests related to this project are for example:
- Blockchain Technology
- Security & Privacy
- Formal verification
- Proof assistants
- Model checking
Both groups are very active, organising regular seminars, informal meetings, and actively participating in many events such as the Midlands Graduate School or the Cyber Security PhD Winter School. For more information see https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/activity/computer-science/theory-of-computation/index.aspx
How to apply:
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