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\nPositions are available for talented and passionate software engineers in a new Decentralized Systems Security/Privacy lab to be led by Prof. Bryan Ford at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland. The lab will advance the state of the art in privacy-preserving decentralized systems through both basic research and advanced software development. The ideal candidate has been coding since childhood because it was fun, likes to build software systems normal people can use, and believes their code can change the world for the better. A deep understanding of distributed systems, networking, and applied cryptography is a major bonus.\n\n\nMajor duties and responsibilities \nThe software engineers will work with Prof. Ford and a team of PhD students and postdocs to design, implement, document, and deploy highly usable open-source privacy-enhancing tools and infrastructure. The engineers will work on projects that continue along existing themes from Prof. Ford’s prior DeDiS group at Yale University, including the anonymity-focused Dissent Project, and also develop new projects in areas such as:\n\n\n* Large-scale, low-latency anonymous messaging and blogging\n\n* Tracking-resistant WiFi and peer-to-peer ad-hoc networking\n\n* Scalable, privacy-protected cryptocurrencies and cryptofinance\n\n* User-friendly, privacy- and security-hardened operating systems\n\n* Systematic defenses against side-channel and fingerprinting attacks\n\n\n


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