The secure systems group has currently open positions for PhD students and postdoctoral researchers. See the job posting for more details. Also in our other groups, we constantly search for young researchers to strengthen our team. For general applications, please send your application to email@example.com.
You want to enter a bachelor programme or a master programme at Graz University of Technology?
Please, visit this link. There you also find a link to "Information for International Students".
You want to enter a PhD programme in our research group?
You want to enter a PhD programme in our research group: Research at the Institute for Applied Information Processing and Communications (IAIK) is directed towards IT security. Within this context we work on cryptography, hardware & software implementations of crypto algorithms, e-Government research, trusted computing, and network security. Please, visit our research pages for more information. If you do not have a background in the areas indicated above, then we might not be the right group for you. If you want to do a PhD in this area, please, send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org, and indicate in a letter, why you want to work with us. Please, describe also your background related to IT security. If you have already written a paper on a related topic, please send this material to us.
You want to get a job at IAIK?
We are a research institution. Therefore, virtually all jobs are related to research work. Please, indicate in your application, why you want to work with us. Send your application preferebly to email@example.com.
You want to do an internship or a summer job?
We offer a limited number of jobs for students during the summer break (July, August, September). Please, send your application at the latest by May of each year to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you do not fall in any of the above categories, but still want to work with us?
In this case we might not answer to your request. But, you might well try to catch our attention by clearly stating why we should consider your mail as important.