Job Overview

  • Date Posted
    July 10, 2024
  • Location
  • Expiration date
    July 30, 2024

Job Description

Logos is a movement supporting the development of the decentralised web. Logos technologies lay the foundations for a freer internet upon which communities can evolve into network states. Each protocol in the Logos stack seeks to empower its users while upholding civil liberties and fundamental freedoms.

About Codex Student Program

The Codex Student Program (CSP) is aimed at Master and PhD students looking to gain experience and do research and development in one of the domains of interest related to the Codex project. The grant is intended to help students gain visibility on their field of interest and at the same time allow them to learn about common research and development practices that should be beneficial for their continuing careers.

Research Topics

There are two main projects we are working on, one is about data availability sampling (DAS) in collaboration with the Ethereum Foundation and the other one is related to the Codex decentralized storage platform. More specifically, the CSP aims to do research and development in, but not limited to:

  • Data Availability Sampling for scaling blockchains
    • Large scale simulations of distributed systems
    • Peer-to-peer overlays and communication protocols
    • Statistical testing and property verification
    • Data visualization and analysis
  • Decentralized storage solutions
    • Erasure coding optimizations for large-scale distributed storage
    • Proof of data retrievability and other storage related proofs
    • Game theory in the context of incentivized storage
    • Storage performance measurement and testing


This program is available to Master and PhD students officially enrolled at a university, pursuing their M.Sc. or Ph.D. in the field of Computer Sciences or a related field.

The Grant

The CSP is very flexible and adapts to different levels of experience as well as to different lengths. The following numbers are just indicative, as the final stipend might slightly change depending on the student experience as well as to adapt to differing regions’ cost. For an officially enrolled PhD student, the CSP offers a stipend in the range of $2,000/month (full-time equivalent).

In addition, the CSP might also offer some mobility grants to attend meetings and related conferences that are within the scope of the research field of the internship.

Research Methodology

A member of the Codex team will be assigned as supervisor of the student for the duration of the CSP. Students will be invited to participate in weekly meetings to discuss the progress done and raise questions or concerns.

A clear end-of-CSP deliverable will be given to the student depending on the length and complexity of the project. This could be a software, a report, a talk, among others.


To submit your application, please fill this form providing the following documents:

  • Up-to-date Curriculum Vitae
  • A cover letter expressing your research interests
  • Proof of enrolment in your university
  • Reference letter from one of your university professors

Applications will be evaluated a few weeks after submission. Students passing the initial evaluation will be contacted to pass a short interview.

* The fees, duration of the agreement and deliverables shall be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and as set out in the freelance agreement to be signed by the student. Please consider that once you have signed the freelance agreement, you must comply with the local regulations for the provision of the services that are applicable in your country of residence or nationality.