Graduate Hiring

Graduate Student Projects

Hiring for Fall 2021 is already complete.

Safe and Secure Software Configuration

Description NSF CAREER Grant

Candidates should have

  • Very strong GNU/Linux system skills: command-line usage, software installation, system configuration, and general system administrator skills
  • Programming ability
  • Familiarity with Boolean logic and discrete math
  • An interest in free and open source software development

Compilers for Security


Candidates should have

  • Strong coding skills
  • Some familiary of clang/llvm or an ability to read and modify large code bases
  • An interest in compiler design

Program Analysis for Configurable Software

Description NSF Grant

Candidates should have the following:

  • Very strong algorithmic reasoning and implementation ability
  • An interest in programming languages
  • Familiarity with Boolean logic and discrete math


Graduate research assistantships include tuition, stipend, and fringe benefits. Some students may be offered a Graduate teaching assistantship instead.

Cyber Security and Privacy Fellowships are available for highly-qualified students and include an increased stipend, additional mentorship, and more. Please ask for applications instructions during the interview.

Application Instructions

PhD students are preferred, so MS students may receive no reply. Set up an interview and apply to UCF. When emailing, please use the subject line “[GRA Application] project: PROJECT(s)”, substituting PROJECT(s) with the projects you are interested in. Emails without this subject line may receive no reply.

Contact for an Interview

Apply to UCF