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The student selected to work in the Secure and Reliable Software Division will perform software engineering tasks in support of the development and testing of cybersecurity technologies. The student will be expected to work with multiple senior technical staff members and communicate effectively both orally and in written memos or presentations. The technical responsibilities will vary depending on the project assignment, which is tailored to the student skills and the Draper project lead. Current opportunities in advanced cybersecurity research topic areas include:
The student must be enrolled in a graduate degree program in a relevant field such as computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering, etc. Student should provide evidence of high aptitude and academic performance.
Depending on the specific project assignment, the skills that are helpful for many in this area may include those listed below. The student is not expected to have every skill listed.