[Haskell-cafe] Nottingham Research Fellowships
Graham.Hutton at nottingham.ac.uk
Tue Jul 8 14:08:40 UTC 2014
The University of Nottingham is seeking applications for
a number of Nottingham Research Fellowships:
These are highly prestigious three-year fellowships, which
are normally expected to lead into permenant academic
positions. Candidates should have no more than 8 years
postdoctoral experience, and fellowships normally start
in October 2015. The deadline for submission of initial
Expressions of Interest is ** 20th October 2014 **.
Applicants in the area of the Functional Programming (FP)
lab would be most welcome. The FP lab is keen to receive
applications from outstanding candidates with an excellent
publication record, experience in combining theory with
practice, and the ability to secure external funding to
support their research. Further information about the FP
lab is available from http://fp.cs.nott.ac.uk
As an approximate guideline, candidates in the area of
the FP lab would normally be expected to have at least
3 years postdoc experience, and a number of strong
publications in leading international venues such
as ICFP, POPL, LICS, JFP, Haskell Symposium, etc.
Prof Graham Hutton
Functional Programming Lab
School of Computer Science
University of Nottingham, UK
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