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PhD student position on Security & Trust, Munich (Germany), Deadline: 15 Jun 2022

Dear all,

Huawei German Research Center in Munich is looking for an enthusiastic and 
highly motivated PhD student on Security &Trust - Connected, Cooperative, 
Automated Mobility (m/f/d).

The ideal candidate would have background in probabilistic reasoning and 
logic or formal methods and understanding of security.

The position is connected to a new EU Project starting in September 2022 
on Security and Trust in Connected, Cooperative, Automated Mobility 
(CCAM). The PhD candidate will be funded by the project and PhD topic will 
be connected directly to the research inside this project. Goal is to 
complete it in 3 years.

Research Topic

* Perform research and develop new solutions for Trust Management in the 
Next-Generation CCAM technologies.

* Contribute to new mechanisms for assessing dynamic trust relationship 
based on Zero Trust and Subjective Logic.

* Define a trust model and trust reasoning framework based on which 
involved entities can establish trust for cooperatively executing 
safety-critical functions.


* Contribute to the research and development of technologies in the 
upcoming domain of Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility (CCAM).

* Being involved in international initiatives including industry groups 
such as 5GAA, Gaia-X, DIF and Horizon Europe research projects.

Your Profile

* Completed master studies (or equivalent) in computer science, 
information technology, electrical engineering, or mathematics;

* Background in probabilistic reasoning and logic or formal methods

* Exposure and understanding of data protection and security development 

* Good programming skill;

* Must be eligible to work in the European Union to be considered for this 

* Fluent in English;

Deadline: 15/06/2022 (could be extended)
Detailed Description and Application link: https://huaweiresearchcentergermanyaustria.teamtailor.com/jobs/1732783-phd-student-security-trust-connected-cooperative-automated-mobility-m-f-d
(or contact me directly at Ioannis.krontiris@huawei.com<mailto:Ioannis.krontiris@huawei.com>)

Sincerely yours,
Dr. Ioannis Krontiris
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