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Postdoc position available in David Kotz's team

Prof. David Kotz is currently seeking a postdoc to join his team.

As a postdoc, you would be involved in an interdisciplinary research team building wearable health systems and/or studying the security & privacy issues that arise in such systems. We have three currently funded projects (AuracleAmulet, and THaW), in collaboration with colleagues in the engineering and medical schools, and at other universities (Clemson, Johns Hopkins, U.Illinois, U.Michigan). See our recent papers.

As part of my group you would also be engaged with two cross-campus interdisciplinary institutes at Dartmouth, the Institute for Security, Technology, and Society, and the Center for Technology and Behavioral Health, providing extended opportunities for learning and collaboration.