NESTOR, in collaboration with the department of Mathematics, is looking for highly motivated Postdocs preferably with international research experience. Please send your inquiry directly to Professor Talamo.
NESTOR's main research areas are:
- Security and certification of inter-organizational network
- Monitoring, certification, and documentation of processes both executed and in progress; important issues range from availability, authentication, integrity, and confidentiality to authorization and non-repudiation
- Integration of data management and cooperative processes in inter-organizational networks
- Development of organizational processes that can ensure the coherence of distributed data
- Archiving of digital documents
- Process management in web-based virtual organizations and identity management in social networks
Extending the reach and quality of many existing online services both for business and government requires the integration of different service types and the collaboration of various organizations. The success of these endeavors is often hindered by problems closely related to the above mentioned research areas.
NESTOR’s academic research strives to gain deep insight into these topics and to then develop novel solutions that are implemented in real-world projects. The NSF lists NESTOR as one of the important international research centers in the area of digital government (www.digitalgovernment.org). A list of publications can be found here.