Computer and systems science with focus on information systems security, cyber security and digital forensics. The focus is on the cyber security aspects of software and network security.
Main duties are research, research management, and teaching, including supervision of graduate and undergraduate students, course development, and course responsibility on the advanced level. The teaching is within information systems security, cyber security and digital forensics.
The applicant will be part of the Security and Forensics Research Group and is expected to strengthen the courses’ theoretical foundation and practical relevance. A physical research and teaching laboratory is in place.
The position includes own research time according to the local working time agreement for professors.
A person who is qualified to be employed as a professor will have demonstrated both research and teaching skills.
Research expertise should have been demonstrated through independent research that significantly exceeds the requirements for qualification as an Associate Professor, both in terms of quality and quantity. Significance is also attached to the planning and coordination of research.
Teaching proficiency should have been demonstrated through teaching at the undergraduate, master’s and doctoral levels. The assessment of teaching skills should cover the planning, implementation and evaluation of teaching, as well as supervision and examination. Teaching proficiency should be well documented and in a manner that makes it possible to assess the quality of the teaching activities.
The applicant must have the ability to cooperate with colleagues as well as other abilities that are required in order successfully to meet the demands of the position.