An Assistant Research Scientist is requested to assist in managing research projects, writing grant proposals, and mentoring students, in order to support the growing cybersecurity research activities in my group, especially in the area of cyber risk quantification. We currently have three (plus one pending) grants from the NSF and one from ARO (MURI). A research scientist can provide the crucial coordination, continuity, and stability needed in managing the projects over the next 3 years. The position's duties will approximately consist of research (70%), student mentoring (20%) and grant proposal writing (10%).
PhD in Electrical Engineering
Experience in cyber security, incentive mechanisms, cyber risk modeling and assessment.
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