Thursday, January 6, 2011

Post-doc Position at Concordia University (Montreal) in Software Engineering Global interAction Lab

Software Engineering Global interAction Lab (SEGAL)
Department of Computer Science, University of Victoria
British Columbia, Canada

The Software Behaviour Analysis (SBA) research group at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada is seeking applications for a post-doctoral position in Software Security with an emphasis on "Tracing Techniques for Anomaly Detection in a Redundant and Diverse Environment? , starting February 2011. 
This position offers an excellent opportunity to work on a large collaborative project involving industry, government, and other research institutions.

The Software Behaviour Analysis research group specializes in techniques and tools that permit the understanding of the behavioural aspects of software systems through tracing and run-time monitoring techniques. Your role will be to investigate techniques that permit the detection of system anomalies through tracing and run-time monitoring in a redundant and diverse environment. You should also be willing to participate in empirical studies as well as in the design of new tools. 

Applicants should have a PhD in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or in an equivalent field with a strong research and technical background in software security and dynamic analysis of software systems through tracing and run-time monitoring. Good knowledge of redundant and diverse architectures and the Linux kernel are valuable assets. 

Applicants should also have strong communication skills in English (the language of instruction at Concordia) and be willing to work in a team, and to assist graduate students. The salary for this one-year (renewable) position is highly competitive and includes full range of benefits. Concordia University is one of  Canada's most innovative universities, which is dedicated to offering the best possible scholarship, research and training. It is located at the heart of Montreal downtown, one of Canada?s largest and most vibrant cities. 

For more information, please read: http://www.concordi Applicants should email a 
recent CV, a list of publications, a list of three referees with their coordinates to: Dr. Abdelwahab Hamou-Lhadj (abdelw@ece.concordi

Happy New Year and Best Regards. 

Wahab Abdelwahab Hamou-Lhadj, PhD, ing. 
Assistant  Professor Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Concordia University 1455 de Maisonneuve West Montreal, Quebec H3G 1M8 
Canada Office: S-EV5.223 Tel: 
+1.514.848.2424 ext.7949 Fax: +1.514.848.2802 
Web: http://www.ece. concordia. ca/~abdelw 


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