Thursday, October 18, 2012

Postdoc in Networing and Carnegie Mellon University

The eXpressive Internet Architecture (XIA) project is developing a new  network architecture that radically improves the trustworthiness and evolvability of the 
Internet. The project is looking for a postdoctoral fellow with a strong research track record in  one or more of the following areas ‐ network architecture, network protocols, security and 
privacy, network management, distributed systems, and mobile/pervasive networks. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to collaborate with the students and faculty 
on different aspect of the broad XIA research agenda in network protocols, security, network  diagnostics, and network
He or she will also be involved in the integration of XIA  research components into our XIA prototype to evaluate the research over large scale testbeds such as 
GENI, so strong hands-on protocol design and implementation skills are important. More  information on XIA can be
found on the project web page .

Interested candidates should send their CV, research statement, and list  of references to
Professor Peter Steenkiste at prs @ .

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