Postdoctoral scholar, 2020

Dartmouth Department of Computer Science
Professor David Kotz


I am currently seeking a postdoc to join my team beginning 2020 fall or early 2021 winter. Applications are being reviewed as they arrive.

Interested candidates may apply by email, supplying their vita and a cover letter indicating how their background might fit with our research.

As a postdoc in my group you would be involved in an interdisciplinary research team investigating security and privacy in the context of health and wellness, as part of a major national project called All of Us and, in particular, the Participant Technologies Systems Center (PTSC) run by Vibrent Health (see their blog post). You would direct one line of research within this theme, as first author, and you would co-advise students on other lines of research, and be co-author on their papers. You would also have the opportunity to engage more broadly with the Department of Computer Science (CS), with the health-technology community at Dartmouth via the Center for Technology and Behavioral Health (CTBH), and with the cybersecurity community at Dartmouth via the Institute for Security, Technology, and Society (ISTS), providing extended opportunities for learning and collaboration.

You must have finished your Ph.D in Computer Science or Computer Engineering, and have strong skills in building software prototypes, conducting experimental research, analyzing experimental data, and writing scientific publications. The best candidates will have expertise in health and wellness applications, pervasive computing, mobile computing, embedded systems, machine learning, security, privacy, or some combination.

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, and I am especially interested in receiving applications from candidates with a broad range of backgrounds and experiences.


Professor David Kotz
Pat and John Rosenwald Professor
Department of Computer Science
Center for Technology and Behavioral Health
Institute for Security, Technology, and Society
Dartmouth College