Your mission :
As a hands-on technical specialist, the Data Privacy and Security Machine Learning Engineer will contribute to ongoing software developments of the , related to secure machine learning in highly sensitive application domains.
The candidate will interact with our team and with our industrial partners, and will work on applied practical systems implementing bleeding-edge secure machine learning for insight sharing in cybersecurity, insurance, and health in industry-oriented projects with partners of the .
Main duties and responsibilities include :
Contribute to the software design, coding, testing, documentation and technical support of research projects, including and.
Contribute to the full-stack software design, implementation and testing of LDS applied industrial projects with C4DT partners, including secure machine learning in cyberdefense, insurance and health.
Update job knowledge by tracking emerging security practices and standards (participating in educational opportunities, reading professional publications,...).
Your profile :
Master’s degree in Computer Science or similar field; graduates from universities of applied sciences (HES) with appropriate experience will also be considered
Experience in programming and software engineering (full-stack development)
Experience in implementing and using machine learning and / or artificial intelligence algorithms
Knowledge of best practices for secure coding
Excellent oral / written communication in English, problem solving, strategic thinking and analytical skills
Knowledge of French is not required
Other valuable skills
Experience in privacy / data protection, threat modeling, testing and privacy-focused design.
Knowledge of information security and cryptographic protocols
Experience in database management
Knowledge of the relevant data protection regulations, in particular the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
We offer :
Full-time position. Competitive salary and employment conditions, defined by EPFL regulations. Opportunities to continue this project in industry.