3 PhD Studentships in Cyber Security

The PROTECT Research Centre in the School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences at Liverpool John Moores University is pleased to offer at least three PhD studentships in some of the following research areas:Network Security and Forensics, Cloud Privacy and Security, Security in the Internet of Things, Software System/Service Security, and Critical Infrastructure Protection.Further information on the Centre’s research activities can be found at http://www.protect-ci.org/.

A successful applicant should hold or expect to gain at least a good 2.1 Honours or Masters Degree in a Computing related subject, preferably with the knowledge of Cyber Security. Each PhD studentship is for a full-time study over three years. It offers one of the following options: (a) a fully paid tuition fee and a full stipend (currently £13,863), (b) a fully paid tuition fee but a partial stipend, (c) a fully paid tuition fee only, and (d) a partially paid tuition fee only. Which option to offer depends on a successful candidate’s academic track record.

The closing date for applications is the 21st May 2015. An applicant should send a CV and names of two academic referees to Mrs Tricia Watersonby email. For informal enquiries, please contact Dr. Angelos K. Marnerides or Prof. Qi Shi.

Dr. Angelos K. Marnerides

Email:              a.marnerides@ljmu.ac.uk

Tel:                 +44 (0)151 231 2004

Fax:                 +44 (0)151 207 4594

Prof. Qi Shi

Email:              Q.Shi@ljmu.ac.uk

Tel:                 +44 (0)151 231 2272

Fax:                 +44 (0)151 207 4594

Mrs Tricia Waterson

Research Secretary

Email:              T.M.Waterson@ljmu.ac.uk

Tel:                 +44 (0)151 231 2631

Fax:                 +44 (0)151 207 4594

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