Collaborator (f/m/d) in science on the topic: procedures for information security and privacy in humanoid assistance robotics.
Two employees (f/m/d) wanted!

Organizational Unit

Institute for Information Security and Reliability (KASTEL), Institute for Telematics (TM)

Job description

The focus of your activities will be on the design and investigation of identity and access management procedures as well as secure and privacy-compliant communication and data management. Special attention is given to the specification, implementation and evaluation of procedures for networked and decentralized systems, in particular the Internet of Things, and associated middleware components. Her work is part of a larger research project.

Starting date

as soon as possible

Personal Qualifications

  • You have a very good university degree (Diplom (Uni)/Master) in computer science or a related field of study.
  • You can demonstrate knowledge in cyber security and networked systems, ideally also in the use of an application context
  • You have an interest in new issues
  • You have strong analytical skills
  • You have very good written and spoken German and English skills
  • All in all, you convince with your independent, self-motivated and systematic way of working.


The remuneration is based on the collective agreement of the public service in the remuneration group TV-L E13, provided that the professional and personal requirements are met.

Duration of contract

limited for 3 years

Application deadline until


Contact person

For further information please contact Prof. Dr. Hannes Hartenstein, e-mail: hannes.hartenstein∂ or Prof. Dr. Martina Zitterbar, e-mail: martina.zitterbart∂


Please send your application in the form of a single PDF file by e-mail to: astrid.hopprich∂

Subject: "Application - Information Security and Privacy in Humanoid Assistive Robotics".

Tender number: 2135/2022

We aim to fill the positions as evenly as possible with employees (f/m/d) and would therefore particularly welcome applications from women.

In the case of equal suitability, severely disabled persons will be given preferential consideration.