PostDoc Position in Signal Processing for Cybersecurity

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PostDoc Position in Signal Processing for Cybersecurity

Korea University
Country of Position: 
Korea, Republic Of
Contact Name: 
Ji Won Yoon
Subject Area: 
Machine Learning for Signal Processing
Information Forensics and Security
Start Date: 
February 05, 2018
Expiration Date: 
February 25, 2018
Position Description: 
The School of Information Security (SIS) at the Korea University is offering a position for a postdoctoral fellow who will work closely with Dr. Jiwon Yoon ( at the statistical signal processing, machine learning and cybersecurity. Some sample topics include: 
  • Bayesian inference (mainly Monte Carlo methodology, ABC algorithm, MCMC, SMC and extra)
  • Signal Processing and machine learning over encrypted domain (eg. Fully homomorphic encryption and differential privacy)
  • Cryptanalysis using side channel signal processing (eg. Power signal analysis)
  • Automatic detection of unknown objects in the satellite images using deep learning
  • Data mining for open source intelligence (OSINT) 
This position is expected to last from one to three years. The earliest start date is in March 2018. The candidate is expected to have a PhD in electrical engineering, computer science or applied mathematics and a strong publication record in signal processing, machine learning or information security. The candidate will work closely with Dr. Jiwon Yoon and will develop a strong research profile that will enable him/her to obtain a good faculty position after this postdoctoral experience. 
For more information about Jiwon Yoon's research interests, please visit his homepage at:
Salary will be extremely competitive and will be commensurate with the candidate abilities, potential, and track record. 
Applicants should submit a detailed CV and a soft copy of his/her phd thesis to Dr. Jiwon Yoon at

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