The Cyber Academy recruit their first two fully funded PhD studentships ... and more to follow
The Cyber Academy has offered its first two fully-funded PhD studentships, and which will start in Sept 2015. Another fully funded PhD studentship
will be advertised within the next week weeks.
Both posts will examine
advanced cyber security systems, and focus on analysing malware samples
and digital fragments within Cloud-based infrastructures. The work will also involve the collaboration of a number of key stakeholders, including with law enforcement.
More details on the students and their full profile will follow.
The School of Computing and The Cyber Academy will also have two new academic posts which will be advertised soon.
If you are interested, in the forthcoming PhD studentship or lectureships, complete the form on this page:
Director of CDCS
+44 131 455 2759
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