The Center for Digital Trust (C4DT), housed at EPFL, brings together businesses, research community, civil society, and policy actors to collaborate, share insight, shape the research agenda, and to gain early access to trust-building technologies.
C4DT develops the expertise, methods, and software to enhance privacy, data protection, and transparency; notably by the use of cryptography, blockchains and smart contracts, machine learning, software verification, device and system security. Its research scope covers, among others, finance technologies, health-data security and privacy, technologies for trustworthy governance, democracy, and humanitarian needs.
An important mission of C4DT is to promote innovation and to facilitate technology transfer, by fostering projects between EPFL's laboratories and our partners. It is where research meets industry requirements.Research Software Engineer (80% - 100%) W/M
Your mission :
As a member of the C4DT development team, you will be working on state-of- the-art research from EPFL and digital-trust software libraries. Your main goal is to support the laboratories and create value for the C4DT partners by:
working on digital trust solutions in our collection of open-source software modules based on research projects from EPFL laboratories
exploring new technologies and validating concepts in collaboration with our partners
translating knowledge into documentation for accessibility by our partners
If you want to have a look at the list of projects we worked on, and potential future projects for you, visit our showcase. Over time you will also write short articles on engineering which you can find here: factory articles.
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Term of employment : Fixed-term (CDD)
Work rate : 80%-100%%
Duration : 1 year (CDD)
Remark : Only candidates who applied through EPFL website or our partner Jobup's website will be considered. Files sent by agencies without a mandate will not be taken into account.
Reference : Job Nb 2758