[TYPES/announce] Postdoc Position at OSU on Variations to Support Exploratory Programming

Martin Erwig erwig at eecs.oregonstate.edu
Fri Aug 9 16:40:30 EDT 2013

A position for a postdoctoral scholar is available in the School of Electrical
Engineering and Computer Science at Oregon State University. The individual
working in this position will be conducting and leading research in the area
of language design and domain-specific languages. Specific duties will include
research to support exploratory programming through variations. The position
is supported by the National Science Foundation under grant number
IIS-1314384. The specific goals of the research project are spelled out here:


Some background information about the underlying theoretical framework of the
choice calculus can be found here:


The successful candidate must demonstrate strong communication abilities and
is expected to coordinate research with other members of the multi-university
research team as well as help supervise junior members of the programming
language group.

* Education:  Ph.D. in computer science
* Experience: Strong background in programming language theory and functional programming
* Skills:     Leadership skills, the ability to coordinate research activities, excellent oral and written communication skills


The position can be filled immediately and is renewable on an annual basis for
a total of up to three years.


To apply, please email your CV to: erwig at eecs.oregonstate.edu

For more information about the postdoc scholar appointment please see:

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