[Haskell] Open PhD and PostDoc positions at Marburg University
nedunuri at cs.utexas.edu
Thu Jan 5 00:56:58 CET 2012
Hello, I am sorry but I fell behind on my comp.lang.haskell reading.. is
the post-doc position still available? If not, are you expecting any for
later this year?
On 8/11/2011 4:56 AM, Klaus Ostermann wrote:
> ear all,
> we are happy to announce that we have new openings at the PhD and
> PostDoc level. The Programming Language and Software Technology
> Group, headed by Klaus Ostermann, conducts research dedicated to
> developing new technologies that help to construct high-quality
> software in a productive way. We use and develop an exciting set of
> technologies involving functional, object-oriented, domain-specific and
> aspect-oriented programming languages, software product lines, parser
> technology, language-integrated queries, static and dynamic software analysis,
> type systems, and many other topics. For more information consult
> We offer positions with a lot of freedom to choose and develop
> research topics, few obligations, collaboration with a very strong
> group of researchers, competitive salary, and opportunities to develop
> a strong academic career path (e.g. by founding their own junior research
> For the PostDoc positions, we expect applicants to have demonstrated
> scientific excellence in areas related to our own research. For PhD positions,
> we expect evidence of the potential for scientific excellence. Knowledge of
> German is not required; the communication language in our
> group is English.
> Marburg is an attractive small "student town" right in the center of Germany.
> We are only an hour ride away from Frankfurt Airport, which will
> bring you to many destinations worldwide in a single hop.
> To apply for a position, please send informal inquiries to Klaus Ostermann
> (contact data can be found on our website).
> We are flexible with regard to the starting date, but generally the
> sooner the better.
> We are looking forward to hearing from you.
> Best wishes,
> Klaus Ostermann on behalf of the PS group at Marburg University
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