|£32,332 to £44,263
|4th December 2023
|15th January 2024
This post is full time, and has funding for up to 2 years, with the possibility of being extended.
You will contribute to/make a leading contribution to the project COCOON – COoperative Cyber prOtectiON for modern power grids, working with Prof Dimitrios Pezaros to devise cybersecurity capability for future networked electrical power and energy systems.
You will conduct cutting-edge research in the cybersecurity and resilience of industrial networks and systems underpinning critical national infrastructure in the energy sector. You well get hands-on experience in latest advances in programmable networking and virtualisation technology for delivering cybersecurity, and you will benefit from working closely with energy operators (TSO/DSO) and stakeholders across Europe.
The successful candidate will also be expected to contribute to the formulation and submission of research publications and research proposals as well as help manage and direct this complex and challenging project as opportunities allow.
To be considered for an appointment at Grade 7, you must be able to perform the duties as listed for a Research Assistant position with a higher degree of independence, leadership and responsibility, particularly in relation to planning, funding, collaborating and publishing research, and mentoring colleagues. You must also have, or be about to obtain, a Scottish Credit and Qualification Framework level 12 (PhD) or alternatively possess the equivalent in professional qualifications and experience, with experience of personal development in a similar or related role(s)
Informal enquiries about the role are welcomed, and should be addressed to Prof Dimitrios Pezaros (Dimitrios.Pezaros@glasgow.ac.uk)
For more information on the University of Glasgow’s, School of Computing Science, please visit https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/computing/
Closing date: 15 January 2024
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