At the moment, we have the following positions open:
We are always looking for new group members with passion, talent, and grit!
You will have the chance to work on basic and applied research at the intersection of cybersecurity, control theory, and machine learning.
You will take an acive role in determining the important and interesting research questions to tackle, creating novel scientific methodologies and tailoring them for specific practical applications, developing new adversary models and defense mechanisms, and evaluating the proposed methods on experimental setups.
Note: Sometimes we do not have funding for additional PhD and postdoc positions. In those periods, we can only welcome you if you have a fellowship. We would be happy to support you after you apply to our group. Take a look at the VR International Postdoc grant or the Marie Curie Postdoc fellowship.
You find some of the past job openings here:
Applications for fully-funded PhD or Postdoc positions can only be done for a specific advertisement and through the official application portal. All positions at Uppsala University are advertised at the university website.
Other types of PhD and Postdoc positions may also be possible, for instance through the applicant’s own fellowship or scholarship. If you are interested in working with us as a PhD student or postdoc, please send an email. State briefly why you are interested and attach a CV, including information about the grades you had as an undergraduate.
If you are a Master or Bachelor student at Uppsala University looking for a degree project, contact me (or any group member) per email or drop by my office.
At the moment, we have several proposals for MSc thesis projects at our group, candidates are interviewed continuously until early December 2022. See the list and details for how to apply!
If you are interested in pursuing a Master degree at Uppsala University, see the University’s website. We may take external master students for a degree project or a short stay on their own funding, if we get exceptional applicants (this usually means very good grades and a personal recommendation).