[Haskell-cafe] Two research positions in functional probabilistic programming
tanielsen at gmail.com
Mon Mar 17 10:58:59 UTC 2014
Two positions involving substantial Haskell work are available for a
project that seeks to combine functional and probabilistic programming. We
are looking for two postdocs to work on a practical system for large-scale
inference in scientific and clinical datasets using bayesian statistical
models, embedded in a typed functional programming language and based on
stochastic dynamical systems.
* A typed hierarchical database that uses a Hindley-Milner-like typesystem
(with records) to organise large, complex and heterogeneous data from a
* Probabilistic inference over these complex datasets
* Parallelizing Bayesian inference
* Modelling clinical datasets (for instance ECG) using dynamical systems.
Some of these ideas have been explored in our Baysig Language (
http://tinyurl.com/Baysig) and BayesHive project (https://BayesHive.com) -
both Baysig and BayesHive are implemented in Haskell. However, these are
academic research posts and there is scope for exploring different designs
to meet the same aims.
Here are the official adverts:
The application deadline is April 10. If you think you may be interested,
you are welcome to ask me (tanielsen at gmail.com or tomn at openbrain.org) or
Tom Matheson (tm75 at le.ac.uk) any questions.
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