[Haskell-cafe] Haskell-related job opening at Stanford University
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Tue Sep 21 21:37:48 EDT 2010
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The Stanford Secure Computer Systems research group seeks an experienced
Haskell programmer to participate in research on secure, robust software
systems. The primary responsibility will be to collaborate closely with
other researchers in building a Haskell web framework that achieves
security through a novel approach to dynamic information flow control.
The job will provide access to Stanford's world-leading Computer Science
faculty and students; it will furthermore allow considerable freedom to
pursue other collaborations and side projects that advance the state of the
art in host security and produce scientific publications. To maximize
impact, software developed as part of these efforts will be released under
a free-software license; moreover, duties may include developing
documentation or educational materials that promote adoption of the
research output or of Haskell in general.
The position requires significant Haskell expertise, including knowledge of
the Glasgow Haskell Compiler (ghc), optimization pragmas, the foreign
function interface, debugging, and performance-tuning. In addition, while
not required, any of the following qualifications will be helpful and
should be highlighted in applications:
- Experience publishing or maintaining a package on hackage.
- Experience programming in C.
- A broad understanding of operating systems and networking concepts.
- A Ph.D. in Computer Science.
- Previous research or peer-reviewed publications.
This is a two-year fixed-term position with the possibility of
extension. While the position can potentially become permanent, we also
welcome applicants who view it as a stepping stone to a research or faculty
career elsewhere or to a start-up company. The faculty members involved in
this project have a track record of placing students, staff, and
post-doctoral researchers at prestigious institutions and will provide a
level of mentoring appropriate to the successful candidate's qualifications
Note that Stanford can sponsor visas for foreign nationals when necessary.
For questions about this position, please email Prof. David Mazieres from
the following web page:
To apply for this position:
- Go to http://jobs.stanford.edu/find_a_job.html
- Enter 40012 in the Keyword Search box.
- Click on the job listing link.
- Scroll down to the bottom and click on "Apply" to upload a resume and cover letter.
Or access the on-line job posting from this URL:
Or apply directly at the following link:
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