Description: Laboratory for Open Systems and Networks at Jožef Stefan Institute is offering one scholarship for obtaining a PhD degree in science in the field of new internet technologies and services. The selected candidate will be employed as young researcher at Jožef Stefan Institute for the maximum period of three years and six months.
Qualifications: Applicants with a university degree, concluded Bologna level 2 studies or master’s degree in an appropriate field (computer and information science, telecommunications, electrical engineering, mathematics, physics or organizational science preferred). In addition, the candidate
must have finished his/her studies with grade point average in all courses of at least 8.00 and must fulfill the requirements of enrolment in postgraduate Bologna level 3 studies;
his/her diploma must not be older than 5 years.
Criteria for assessment of candidates:
grade point average in all courses
obtained master’s degree
enrollment in postgraduate studies
awards of recognition received
participation in research work
Starting date: October 2016
General info: Jožef Stefan Institute (http://www.ijs.si) is the biggest research institute in Slovenia. Laboratory for Open Systems and Networks (http://www.e5.ijs.si) has a long tradition of research and development in the fields of information security, computer networks, telecommunication technologies, and information society services and applications. Currently, the main R&D activity focuses on internet technologies and services, information security and privacy, and technology-enhanced learning. R&D activities are carried out mainly in the EU projects and within national research programme “Future internet technologies: concepts, architectures, services, and socio-economic issues”. In 2015 the laboratory participated in 8 EU projects from the Horizon 2020 programme, 7th Framework programme, EU Cybercrime prevention programme, and EU Competence and Innovation programme.
Procedure: For detailed information about the application procedure please contact email@example.com.
The Foundations and Practice of Digital Forensic Seminar, organised within the DFET project, took place in Ljubljana on Thursday 22. January 2015. Speakers gave an excellent, tought-provoking and educational presentations by the audience of more then 20 people, representing law enforcement and academics and students from several universities.
The purpose of the seminar was to present participants the foundations of digital forensics and to acquaint them with practical concrete examples. The seminar was intended to anyone who is interested in digital forensics and wants to master both methodological, technical and legislation basics that are necessary for operating in this field, as well as criminal technics, forensics tools and solving practical examples. This kind of seminar is useful for participants who are dealing with various cyber crime methods in their everyday work-field, or otherwise dealt with this kind of topic.
The seminar opened with Borka Jerman Blazic’s keynote introduction to the seminar, followed by four presentations. The first session focussed on Cybercrime education with presentation of Blaž Ivanc. After the break the second session started with Security methods and cyber crime prevention, presented by Tomaž Klobučar. Followed by Digital forensics: methods and legislation presentation by Janko Šavnik. The first session after lunch focussed on the forensic presentations. Janko Šavnik spoke about Digital forensics tools in practice, then Primož Cigoj outlined the EDUFORS cloud-based platform and gave instructions for the use of forensic tools.
Throughout the seminar, speakers took questions from the audience and interesting discussions took place. At the end of seminar there was practical exercises on a cloud platform, where audiance was able to verify their gained experiences during the seminar.
The World Wide Web was in the beginning conceived as a neutral platform for cyber-user community – which at that time were mostly academics users, where code of web pages was still open and accessible to all users. The services and information, which could be still digitally reproduced, were equally available and this was completely free. Apparently things haven’t much changed, but the appearance can be deceive.
We talked to dr. prof. Borka Jerman Blažič about the values of the internet and its current situation.
The Slovenian application “Smart Baby” of our postgraduate student (Primož Cigoj) at International Graduate School – Jozef Stefan met the high demands of the online jury and enters the next round of the World Summit Youth Award (WSYA) and European Youth Award (EYA) 2013 in the category Education for All.
Spletno mesto uporablja piškotke z namenom zagotavljanja spletne storitve in funkcionalnosti, ki jih brez piškotkov ne bi mogli nuditi. Z obiskom in uporabo spletnega mesta soglašate s piškotki. SprejmiVeč informacij
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