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|Date:||6 Sep 1999 11:48:30 -0400|
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From: "Erik Meijer" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: PhD and Postdoc Positions in Functional Programming and Compiler Hacking
Date: Tue, 31 Aug 1999 12:47:38 +0200
Organization: Utrecht University
PhD and POST-DOC POSITIONS AVAILABLE
Department of Computer Science
The Software Technology research group at Utrecht University has
several doctoral and post-doctoral positions available. The positions
are funded by the department, Microsoft Research, and the Dutch
Science Foundation (NWO). The main research interests of the group
are tool support for the = development of computer assisted teaching
material, components and scripting, program generation and
transformation, tree displaying and manipulation, generic programming,
and provably correct systems.
We seek candidates in any of the following topics:
* Software architecture:
component-based software, (D)COM, Corba, JINI,
formalisation and verification of security properties,
* Language design:
advanced type systems, generic programming, intermediate languages.
* Language implementation:
interoperability, platform independent run-time systems,
domain specific languages, e-commerce.
Applications will be evaluated from now on until the positions are filled.
To apply (or for further details) please send email to
Erik Meijer (mailto:email@example.com)
Your email application should include a CV (ascii or postscript) and
pointers to any on-line articles that you wish us to consider. Please
can you also include names and email addresses of potential referees.
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