NSERC DND Monitoring Position

 

 

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  • Distributed Computing
  • Operations Research
  • Data Mining
  • Decision Support
  • OLAP-OLAM

monitoring

Several Ph.D. and M. Sc. scholarships are available to conduct research on distributed monitoring. This research is part of a major research partnership between NSERC, MDA Corporation and the Computer Security Laboratory (CSL) of the Concordia Institute for Information Systems Engineering (CIISE), Concordia University. The project pertains to the domain of distributed execution monitoring. The goal of this initiative includes research contribution objectives in these areas: 1) data exchange protocols; 2) distributed monitoring algorithms; 3) analysis of monitored data; 4) monitoring architecture and design; 5) concept validation through real-life case studies. The planned research involves a great balance between theory and practice. The Computer Security Laboratory is a center for innovative research in information systems security. It is funded by several provincial and federal granting agencies as well as industrial corporations and governmental organizations. It hosts a critical mass of professors and Ph.D./M. Sc. students working on several IT security research themes such as security hardening, security assessment, network security, cyber forensics, cryptography, multimedia security, privacy, etc.  

Technical Skills

A good background in:

  • Distributed computing
  • Operation research
  • Data mining
  • Decision support
  • OLAP-OLAM

is definitely a plus. System and application programming skills using Java and C++ are highly appreciated. Interested applicants are invited to email their transcript and CV to: debbabi AT ciise.concordia.ca

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