Collins Aerospace

Staff Research Engineer, Cyber Security - Trusted Computing

3+ months agoCork, Ireland

ATC Ireland seeks candidates with expertise in software engineering and/or embedded systems with a focus on trusted computing for cyber-security requirements to join our Systems Analysis & Assurance group in Cork, Ireland.

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate a strong mix of academic background and applied experience in the design and development of research prototypes of emerging cyber-security solutions based on Trusted Platform Modules (TPM) and Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) , secure software development, blockchain applications and monitoring, and a passion for applying these skills within the aerospace domain.

This is a research-focused role. Successful candidates should be able to demonstrate outstanding track records applicable to one or more of:

  • Design, analysis, simulation, development and/or verification of cyber-security solutions in the broad ICT domain with a focus on embedded systems
  • Secure software design cycle using model-based tools and methods for system resilience and security properties
  • Threat modelling and risk assessment in all-system security

Knowledge of secure software development practices employing cryptographic solutions is preferred but not required.

Key Job Responsibilities

  • Contribute to a growing research agenda for future aerospace systems within the Collins Aerospace Advanced Technology research community.
  • Execute R&D activities within an international research community, including technology development within collaborative EU research projects (under e.g. Horizon Europe, Clean Sky, ECSEL).
  • Provide competitive advantage for Collins Aerospace business units as part of a multidisciplinary and international team of experts.
  • Contribute towards technical strategy and business development.

Qualifications & Competencies

  • Motivated self-starter with a strong enthusiasm to learn and passion for speed and agility.
  • Well-organized and has excellent interpersonal, leadership and communication skills to work in international teams.
  • Willing to champion and challenge new technical ideas.
  • Able to adapt to new challenges and go beyond the original field of expertise.
  • Able to partner with universities, government agencies, national labs, and professional organizations to meet organizational objectives within time and budget constraints.

Education & Experience

  • A PhD in Computer Science, Electrical or Computer Engineering, with a few years of industrial or academic experience, or a Master's degree with significant experience of industry or academia.

Client-provided location(s): Penrose Quay, Victorian Quarter, Cork, Ireland
Job ID: Collins-01442725