If you are eager to apply the mathematical skills you acquired at school to unique, challenging problems with meaningful impact, the Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC) will be giving an information session which should intrigue you.

Date:           Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Time:           5:30pm-6:30pm

Location:       Career Centre Seminar Room, Koffler Student Services Centre

Main Floor, 214 College Street

CSEC is hiring mathematicians with a strong research and development background to work on teams solving challenging applied problems in the fields of cryptology, data mining and computational statistics. We are especially looking for creative people who have university degrees at the undergraduate or graduate levels in a science discipline (mathematics, computer science, physics, engineering, life sciences, etc.) and have demonstrated the skills necessary to use both sophisticated mathematical techniques and state-of-the-art computers to perform innovative applied research and development. Areas of mathematical expertise which are particularly applicable include group theory, finite field theory, data mining/machine learning, linear algebra, combinatorics, number theory, probability and statistics.

All jobs are located in Ottawa and applicants must be Canadian citizens.

You can apply online at

http://www.recruitingsite.com/CSBSites/CSE/English/careers.asp?CategoryCode=11984
under the categories Mathematicians / Cryptanalysts or Mathematicians / Cryptoscientists or Data Mining Specialists

 

 

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