Deadline for receipt of applications: June 29, 2022 23:59 AoE (30 June 2022, 13:59h Europe/Madrid Time)
The Global Computing Group headed by Dr. Antonio FERNÁNDEZ ANTA invites applicants for a fully funded PhD position.
The Global Computing Group explores distributed computing systems and social networks in the widest sense. Among others it has the following lines of research: (i) fault-tolerant distributed ledger technologies; (ii) volunteer and crowd-based computing, with emphasis on game-theoretic aspects; (iii) analysis of networks using big data and machine learning technologies.
Within the line of research on distributed ledgers, PhD student candidates are sought with a strong background on principles of distributed computing, programming, and mathematics. During their PhD they will devise and develop new techniques and algorithms for systems of lightly-coupled fault-tolerant distributed concurrent objects, and they will implement them as proof-of-concept prototypes.
As a member of the group, the candidate will also have the opportunity to collaborate with top researchers from all over the world in a multi-disciplinary and international environment.
Candidates can contact Prof. Fernández Anta by email for additional information.
The selected student will be supervised by Dr. Antonio FERNÁNDEZ ANTA
This position can be cofounded by DiscoLedger Project (PDC2021-121836-I00) funded by MCIN/AEI /10.13039/501100011033 and the European Union through the Next GenerationEU/ PRTR program.