Postdoctoral scholar, 2016

mHealth group, Professor David Kotz
Department of Computer Science at Dartmouth
Institute for Security, Technology, and Society

I am not currently seeking a postdoc to join my team as a postdoc.

The postdoc will be involved in our research on security & privacy for healthcare information systems; in particular, my group is working on secure methods for use of mobile computing and wearable sensors in the context of healthcare (mHealth). See our recent papers. As such, the postdoc would join an inter-disciplinary team working on multiple funded projects, primarily the Amulet and THaW projects. We collaborate with colleagues in the engineering and medical schools, and at other universities (Clemson, Johns Hopkins, U.Illinois, U.Michigan).

The candidate must have finished his or her Ph.D in Computer Science or Computer Engineering, have deep experience with mobile/ubiquitous computing, security, or privacy, have experience planning and conducting experimental computer systems research, and be an excellent programmer. Ideal candidates will also have experience with embedded computing, sensor networks, machine learning, Android programming, student mentoring, or project management.

Dartmouth College is an Ivy League university with graduate programs in the sciences, engineering, medicine, and business. It is located in the beautiful town of Hanover NH, about two hours northwest of Boston. Hanover is the #1 college town in America! Dartmouth College is an equal opportunity employer.

Interested candidates may apply on Interfolio, supplying their vita and a cover letter indicating how their background might fit with our projects.

Applications are being reviewed as they arrive.

Professor David Kotz
Champion International Professor
Professor of Computer Science
Dartmouth College