Post-doc: Behavioural Models for Cyberinsurance
Specificaties - (uitleg)
|Uren||38,0 uren per week|
|Salaris||maximaal € 4028|
|About employer||Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)|
You will conduct interdisciplinary research contributing to the CYBECO project and assist in the management of the project as well as the coordination of the work package on policy recommendations. You will work on the project independently but in cooperation with at least two others. You are expected to seek connections with other sections/departments when relevant for the project.
• Conduct research and publish scientific papers relevant to the project
• Contribute to work packages and associated project deliverables on behavioural modelling of cybersecurity risk and cyberinsurance, as well as limited contributions to other work packages
• Lead the work package on policy recommendations (in relation with directives, standards and cyberinsurance services) and the associated project deliverable (2nd year)
• Contribute to dissemination and exploitation of the project results, e.g. by acquisition of follow-up funding
• Contribute to the supervision of master students graduating within the project
• Maintain a network with other researchers and developers, within the project as well as in the broader community
• Attend project meetings and relevant scientific conferences; visit other project members
Limited contribution to teaching is possible if desired.
• PhD degree or approved manuscript in a relevant field, with at least four peer-reviewed publications
• Demonstrable experience in two or more of the following domains (and affinity with the others):
(Security) risk management
Economics / game theory
Incentive design / nudges
Policy analysis and advice
• Demonstrable experience in or affinity with interdisciplinary research
• Excellent communication skills for communicating research results to project partners, the professional community and the general public
• Management experience and/or experience in European projects is desirable
• Experience with one or more of the following methods is an advantage:
(Structured) expert judgement
Multi-attribute utility theory
For more information about this position, please contact Dr. W. Pieters, phone: +31 (0)15-2788989, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply, please e-mail a detailed CV along with a letter of application by 6 March 2017 to Dr. Pieters, email@example.com.
When applying for this position, please refer to vacancy number ATTBM17.003.
Dienstverband: Temporary, 2 years, starting 1 May 2017
Technology, Policy & Management
The research group on safety and security science aims at developing evidence-based theories and innovative practices, in order to model, predict, visualise, and optimise safety, security, and risk levels. It does so by concentrating on the decision-making processes on technical, human, and organisational issues. This should result in proactive and reactive measures to improve safety and security levels while respecting other conflicting values and uncertainties. The methodologies are applied to a wide variety of domains.
Within the faculty, cybersecurity is a focus area across the different departments, with at least 20 researchers. This initiative is part of the university-wide cybersecurity theme under the Delft Safety and Security Institute (DSyS).
Technische Universiteit Delft