A postdoctoral researcher is sought for at least 12 months at the Center for Security Informatics at Indiana University to study privacy and security issues relating to wearable and environmental sensors in the workplace.

The appointment is a part of a collaborative project across seven institutions: Notre Dame University, University of California, Irvine, Carnegie Mellon University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Dartmouth College, University of Colorado, Boulder, and Indiana University Bloomington. The fellow will join a dynamic and interdisciplinary team of computer and social scientists at these institutions. The postdoc will work with Profs. Apu Kapadia and Sameer Patil at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana on privacy and security aspects related to the project.

The PhD would ideally be in Computer Science, Informatics, Human Computer Interaction, Information Systems, Cognitive Science, Psychology, Communication or a related discipline.

Applications will be considered through May 2017, and full details are on the postings page.