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Applied Network Researcher
at Logos
7 months ago | 792 views | Be the first one to apply

Applied Network Researcher


About the company

Logos is a grassroots movement to provide trust-minimized, corruption-resistant governing services and social institutions to underserved citizens. Logos’ infrastructure will provide a base for the provisioning of the next generation of governing services and social institutions - paving the way to economic opportunities for those who need them most, whilst respecting basic human rights through the network’s design.

Job Summary

Key Responsibilities

📍This role is dedicated to applied research on privacy networks. In our initial phases, we are dedicated to understanding and leveraging the state-of-the-art, while we identify what areas are most relevant for long-term research. 📍Primarily, the researcher will contribute to the design of new architectural solutions, as well as evaluating the work of other members of the team. 📍Design, specify and verify privacy networks by leveraging formal and experimental techniques. 📍Build proof of concepts and prepare executable specifications for the development team. 📍Regularly going through papers, bringing new ideas and staying up-to-date. 📍Conducting theoretical and practical analysis of the performance of network systems. 📍Collaborating with both internal and external contributors. 📍Presenting research results both internally and externally (internal documents, blog posts and presentations).

Ideally, you will have

📍[Don’t worry if you don’t meet all of these criteria, we’d still love to hear from you anyway if you think you’d be a great fit for this role!] 📍Strong background in Computer Science and Math, or a related area. 📍Network design, ideally p2p and privacy protocols (mixnets, dc-networks, onion routing…). 📍Coding experience. 📍Deep knowledge of algorithms. 📍Experience in analyzing the correctness of distributed systems. 📍Comfortable with “reverse engineering” code in a number of languages including Java, Go, Rust, etc. If no experience in these languages, the ability to read and understand code of other projects is useful to understand other real-world systems. 📍Keen communicator, eager to share your work in a wide variety of contexts, like internal and public presentations, blog posts and academic papers. 📍Passionate about blockchain technology in general.

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