da/sec is offering two PhD positions in the course of the TReSPAsS project
In the course of the TRaining in Secure and PrivAcy-preserving biometricS (TReSPAsS) Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action the Biometrics Research Group of the University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt is seeking for two PhD candidates.
To combat rising security challenges, the global market for biometric technologies is growing at a fast pace. It includes all processes used to recognise, authenticate and identify persons based on physical and/or behavioural characteristics. The EU-funded TReSPAsS-ETN project will deliver a new type of security protection (through generalised presentation attack detection (PAD) technologies) and privacy preservation (through computationally feasible encryption solutions). The TReSPAsS-ETN Marie Skłodowska-Curie early training network will couple specific technical and transferable skills training including entrepreneurship, innovation, creativity, management and communications with secondments to industry. A cohort of early stage researchers will be equipped with the necessary skill set and capacity to innovate the next generation of secure and privacy-preserving biometrics technologies.
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