Monday, December 3, 2012

Two open positions at CACR

I've got two open positions that offer the exciting opportunity to work on cybersecurity for computational science.

The first is in the new NSF-funded Center for Trustworthy Scientific Cyberinfrastructure that I'm leading. This position will get to work with a variety of cutting-edge NSF science projects on helping them with their cybersecurity needs, as well as helping to provide leadership in advancing the state of cybersecurity practice and advance research. This particular position will get a chance to learn and apply software assurance.

The second is with by new DOE-funded project, Advanced Identity Management for Extreme-scale Scientific Computing. This project is researching how scientific collaborations impact the operations and trusty model of identity management in distributed computing. It will then build on that research to develop new software tools to implement better identity management for science collaborations.

Both of these positions are exciting opportunities to work in both cybersecurity and with cool science projects. To apply, visit the links above. Feel free to contact me with questions.