Jobs

The Department of Computer Science specializes in Applied Cryptography of Prof. Dr. Sebastian Faust offers several jobs.

The Chair of Applied Cryptography offers several exciting positions for student assistants (HiWi) for 10-20h per week:

  • Research on cryptocurrencies and automated side-channel protection: benchmarking, tool development, security proofs, zero-knowledge…
  • Development of various Blockchain Projects including development for Perun Network together with TUDa, Bosch and Ethereum
  • Organization of Blockchain Developer Events
  • Support for lecture preparation
  • Many more…


Prerequisites:

  • Good knowledge of English
  • Independent working attitude


and at least one of the following

  • Advanced programming skills
  • Confidence in cryptography
  • Practical skills in Bitcoin/Ethereum
  • Research experience


For applications/questions:

The Chair of Applied Cryptography offers several exciting positions for student assistants (HiWi) for 10-20h per week:


The activities include:

  • Support of the development of the open source project go-perun
  • Collaboration on further projects together with TU Darmstadt, Ethereum, Bosch and other industrial partners
  • and more than that…

Our research assistants work on exciting topics and need you as a student assistant to support them.

The department of Applied Cryptography is concerned with the development and analysis of crypto-graphic algorithms and protocols and their use in practice. Current research focuses on the security analysis of cryptographic implementations against physical attackers (side channel attacks, trojans, etc.) and the development of blockchain protocols and their applications. More information can be found at www.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de/cac.


Prerequisites

If you feel addressed to the topics and also speak and write good English and are used to working independently, then join our team.

Perhaps you also meet one of the following requirements:

  • Advanced programming skills
  • Basics in cryptography
  • Interest in blockchain technology

Apply with your curriculum vitae and a letter of motivation that shows us that you are the right person for the job. Send your application to .

The Chair of Applied Cryptography offers several exciting positions for student assistants (HiWi) for 10-20h per week:


The activities include:

  • Support of the project management of various blockchain projects together with TUDa, Ethereum, Bosch and other industrial partners
  • Co-organisation of Blockchain Meetups/Hackathons
  • Maintaining our social media channels
  • Support of marketing campaigns
  • and more than that…

Our research assistants work on exciting topics and need you as a student assistant to support them.

The department of Applied Cryptography is concerned with the development and analysis of cryptographic algorithms and protocols and their use in practice. Current research focuses on the security analysis of cryptographic implementations against physical attackers (side channel attacks, trojans, etc.) and the development of blockchain protocols and their applications. More information can be found at www.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de/cac.


Prerequisites

If you feel addressed to the topics and also speak and write good English and are used to working independently, then join our team.

Perhaps you also meet one of the following requirements:

  • Basic knowledge of project management / agile methods
  • First experiences in event management
  • Basic knowledge in social media and marketing
  • Interest in crypto currencies like Bitcoin / Ethereum

Apply with your curriculum vitae and a letter of motivation that shows us that you are the right person for the job. Send your application to .

The Department of Computer Science, Institute of Applied Cryptography (Prof. Dr. Sebastian Faust), is looking for you as

Research Associate / Employee / PostDoc

Applied Cryptography

starting as soon as possible for the duration of 3years with the option to renew.

The TU Darmstadt is an autonomous university with broad research excellence, interdisciplinary profile and clear emphases in engineering and information and communication technology. The Department of Computer Science is a top performer of the TU Darmstadt in research and teaching and in relevant nationwide rankings regularly in the top group to find.

The Department of Applied Cryptography deals with the development and analysis of cryptographic algorithms and protocols and their application in practice. Particular focus of current research is the security analysis of cryptographic implementations against physical attackers (side channel attacks, Trojans, etc.) and the development of blockchain protocols and their applications.


Your profile:

  • Completed doctorate in computer science or mathematics, or a similar subject
  • Visible publications in the field of cryptography and IT security
  • Very good knowledge of English
  • Supervision of master theses and doctoral students

The tasks include scientific services in research and teaching in close coordination with the team members.

We offer a professional work environment and provide many opportunities to work with international collaboration partners from academia and industry through our joint research projects.

The TU Darmstadt intends to increase the number of female employees and encourages female candidates to apply. In case of equal qualifications applicants with a degree of disability of at least 50 or equal will be given preference. Wages and salaries are according to the collective agreements on salary scales, which apply to the TU Darmstadt (TV-TU Darmstadt). Part-time employment is generally possible.


Please send your applications to Prof. Dr. Sebastian Faust, , Department of Computer Science, FG Applied Cryptography, Mornewegstr. 32, 64293 Darmstadt. Please do not hesitate to contact Prof. Faust if you have any further questions.

Application deadline: ongoing until recruitment completed