Secure Group Communication in Dynamic Mission-Critical Environments
We are looking for a research assistant to contribute to an ongoing research project in secure group communication in dynamic mission-critical environments. The project involves studying and experimenting with available solutions, as well as designing and prototyping new solutions (Java, C, and C++), which are driven by specific applications and environment characteristics.
A qualified student would have experience in network programming, practical network security, distributed systems, and cryptography.
A significant portion of research will be done on-site at MIT Lincoln Laboratory (www.ll.mit.edu), located in Lexington, MA. U.S. citizenship is required for this position.
Note: this position is now open.
Contact: Dr. Roger Khazan. (firstname.lastname@example.org).