[Haskell] 8 Funded PhD Positions at St Andrews
kh at cs.st-andrews.ac.uk
Thu Jan 30 12:45:16 UTC 2014
[Please forward to suitable candidates. Thanks! Kevin.]
We have eight funded research scholarships available under the University of St Andrews Seventh Century scheme.
These are open to students from any country, and pay fees as well as maintenance. The deadline for applications is March
31st 2014, but it's good to apply earlier.
We have an active group of about ten academic academics, postdoctoral research fellows and postgraduate students
working on a variety of topics. We'd welcome applicants who are interested in any aspect of functional programming
and related areas, including:
Parallel Functional programming; Heterogeneous multicores (including CPU/GPU combinations); Refactoring; Patterns of computation;
Machine-Learning; Compilation; Real-time functional programming (e.g. in Hume); Semantics of Programming Languages;
Functional cloud computing; Functional Programming and Security; Dependent Types; Effects and other extra-functional properties;
Relaxed memory consistency; Multicore programming; Formal concurrency models; Concurrency verification; Application of functional ideas to other paradigms,
including C and C++. We work with various functional languages including Haskell, Erlang, idris, OCAML, Hume and F#.
We have excellent links with both academic and industry, and are coordinating the EU Framework 7 ParaPhrase project,
which involves 13 partners from 8 European countries: http://www.paraphrase-ict.eu
Please contact me to discuss possible project ideas. Applications should be made through:
When applying, please indicate that you would like to apply for 7th Century Funding.
Kevin Hammond, Professor of Computer Science, University of St Andrews
T: +44-1334 463241 F: +44-1334-463278 W: http://www.cs.st-andrews.ac.uk/~kh
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