PhD Researcher- Wireless Security

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InterDigital
1001 Hector Street
Conshohocken, PA
Posted: April 11 2016
Application Deadline: January 1, 2017
Position: Full-time, Paid

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Description

Summary:
InterDigital is seeking an intern to be a part of a highly skilled team of engineers/researchers developing the next generation of cellular and other wireless communication and security technologies. This is an excellent opportunity to work and learn from a top notch team, as well as to contribute to real life engineering solutions.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
•Researching cryptographic algorithms and protocols
•Developing new and improved algorithms
•Debugging software and the formulation of algorithms in order to verify design concepts
•Presenting research and findings in a team setting.

Requirements

Qualifications: This is a 6 month internship.

•Ph.D. student majoring in Computer Science or Engineering, Communications, Electrical Engineering, Information Security, or other fields related to wireless and information security technology

•Background and coursework in cryptographic algorithms

•General knowledge of security protocols (AKA, EAP, IPSec, TLS, etc.)

•Knowledge of information and/or device security and application/data virtualization (such as Cloud computing and secure storage)

•Knowledge of 3G/4G cellular and/or wireless communications systems and HW/SW implementation at the device or embedded component level is a plus

•Experience with researching technical papers, standards specifications, research journals, and reports to extract and understand technical topics and disseminate knowledge to a team

•Hands on programming experience in the areas of app or driver development using Java, Android SDK, C/Objective-C, and JavaScript would be a plus.

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