DTU Tenure Track Assistant Professor or Associate Professor in Cryptology
We are looking for an assistant/associate professor to extend and complement the cryptology research and teaching of the Cyber Security Section at DTU Compute.
We are looking for an assistant/associate professor to extend and complement the cryptology research and teaching of the Cyber Security Section at DTU Compute. The position is available from 1 2021 or according to mutual agreement.
The faculty of the section currently consists of one professor and one assistant professor conducting research in cryptology and two associate professors conducting research in IT security.
The assistant professor position is part of DTU’s Tenure Track program. We offer a rewarding and challenging job in an international environment. We strive for academic excellence in an environment characterized by collegial respect and academic freedom tempered by responsibility. We develop talent by offering a career mentor, state-of-the-art research infrastructure, and postgraduate teacher training. DTU’s Tenure Track is an appointment of at most six years, during which you will receive career support in the form of professional and personal guidance. At the end of the tenure track appointment, you will be evaluated by an external assessment committee, who will assess your appointment to a permanent Associate Professorship. Read more about the DTU Tenure Track program at DTU at this homepage.
Responsibilities and qualifications
Research areas that we are particularly interested in for this position but not necessarily limited to:
- Symmetric-key cryptology, design and cryptanalysis
- Cryptographic hash functions, design and cryptanalysis
- Post-quantum cryptology
- Lightweight and resource-efficient cryptology
- Side-channel cryptanalysis and secure implementations
Candidates with strong expertise in other areas of cryptology are also encouraged to apply.
You must be responsible for the teaching of courses. You will be expected to learn Danish and be able to teach in Danish after 3 years. DTU can provide Danish language courses.
As formal qualification you must hold a PhD degree (or equivalent). If you are applying for the associate professor position you should also have academic qualifications equivalent to those obtained by holding an assistant professorship and documented didactic/pedagogic training.
You will be assessed against the responsibilities and qualifications stated above and the following general criteria:
- Experience and quality of teaching
- Research experience
- Research vision and potential
- International impact and experience
- Societal impact
- Innovativeness, including commercialization and collaboration with industry
- Leadership, collaboration, and interdisciplinary skills
- Communication skills
Salary and terms of employment
The appointment will be based on the collective agreement with the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations. The salary for the position will be determined by the applicant’s qualifications and in agreement with the relevant union. Further information on qualification requirements and job content may be found in the Ministerial Order on Job Structure for Academic Staff at Universities.
Further information may be obtained from the head of the cyber security section Christian Damsgaard Jensen, tel.: +45 4525 3724, mail: email@example.com or professor of cryptology Lars Ramkilde Knudsen, tel.: +45 4525 3048, mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can read more about DTU Compute at www.compute.dtu.dk and the Cyber Security section at www.compute.dtu.dk/english/research/research-sections/cyber. ;
If you are applying from abroad, you may find useful information on working in Denmark and at DTU at DTU – Moving to Denmark.
Please submit your online application no later than 5 April 2021 (Danish time). Applications must be submitted as one PDF file containing all materials to be given consideration. To apply, please open the link "Apply online", fill out the online application form, and attach all your materials in English in one PDF file. The file must include:
- Application (cover letter)
- Vision for teaching and research
- CV including employment history, list of publications (applicants applying for the position as associate professor should indicate scientific highlights), H-index and ORCID (see http://orcid.org/)
- Teaching portfolio including documentation of teaching experience
- Academic Diplomas (MSc/PhD)
You can learn more about the recruitment process here.
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