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A full-time postdoc position is available at the Peer-to-Peer
Networking Group of TU Darmstadt, for exciting work in the fields of
monitoring, in-network processing, and privacy preserving machine
learning/recommendation systems vs. inference attacks on social
networking services.
The position allows for large flexibility on the research topic,
offers a competitive salary, the opportunity to co-supervise some of
the best students in Europe, as well as potential access to funds for
hiring such students.

Depending on the candidate's interest and qualification, focus may be
put on orchestrating smart spaces including AR glasses, or on network
monitoring and privacy preserving data aggregation.

The position allows for cutting-edge research, which demands
creativity and strong practical and analytical skills. The candidate
should have a strong background in at least one of the following
fields: networking, data collection and analysis, machine learning, or
security and privacy.

Fluent command of the English language (written and spoken) is a

The first part of the postdoc spans 12 months, with the possibility of

The salary is competitive and starts at around €42.800, although this
can be increased depending on work experience.

The application documents should contain a cover letter motivating the
application, a CV, a complete list of publications, an abstract of the
Ph.D. thesis, the contact information for at least three referees, and
digital copies of the three most significant publications.
Outstanding candidates with a PhD (or near completion) who are highly
motivated, creative, and curious are invited to apply in digital form
(PDF) by email to:

Professor Thorsten Strufe

Founded in 1877, TU Darmstadt was the first university worldwide to
establish a faculty and a course of study in electrical engineering in
1882. With about 25.000 enrolled students in 13 departments and 286
professors, it is considered one of the top universities for computer
science research in Germany. Darmstadt is noted for its history as
center of Art Nouveau, and, centrally located in the Rhein-Main Area,
it is close to Heidelberg, Cologne, and Frankfurt, with Germany's
biggest airport. You will find more information on Darmstadt here:

Looking forward to receiving your applications.


Thorsten Strufe
TU Darmstadt              

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