[Haskell] Looking for a PhD position in functional programming?
mpeddie at gmail.com
Thu Aug 25 03:16:15 CEST 2011
On Wed, Aug 24, 2011 at 10:06:42AM +0200, John Hughes wrote:
> We're advertising a position for a PhD student in the FP group at
> Chalmers, with closing date the 1st of September. Interested? Please
I'm an aerospace engineer currently employed in wind power. Most of
my work since graduating in 2009 has been in the areas of real-time,
mission-critical control and estimation. This work is all done with
imperative programming languages.
I studied some Scheme as an undergraduate at MIT and have been
learning Haskell over the past year. I'm having a great time, I'm
becoming much better at programming and I want to learn more, but the
impression I get from the job page you linked is that I don't have
enough functional programming experience in the real world to be
qualified for your position.
Is there any chance I'd be a reasonable fit for your position? Is it
a good idea for me to apply?
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