Postdoc Opportunities with the Yale Haskell Group

              Post-Doctorate Research Position
                      Yale University
               Department of Computer Science

The Yale Haskell Project (http://haskell.org/yale) in the Department of
Computer Science at Yale University is seeking applicants for a
Post-Doctoral Research Position.  Our research uses Haskell and
"Functional Reactive Programming" as a foundation for a variety of
embedded domain-specific languages, including FROB: a language for robot
control, and FVision: a computer vision and visual tracking language.

Our general areas of research include:
  o Foundational aspects of DSL research
  o Robotics and vision research using Haskell-based DSLs
  o Programming evironments for DSL use and construction
  o Compilation/optimization/transformation of DSLs

Successful applicants must have a PhD in Computer Science or closely
related field, and experience with modern programming languages such as
Haskell, ML, or Java.  The term of the position is 1 year with an option
to renew for additional years.  A starting date around September 2000
(or earlier) is preferred; candidates should have completed all thesis
requirements by that time.  A competitive salary will be offered,
commensurate with the applicant's qualifications and experience.  Yale
University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer;
qualified women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.

Interested applicants should send a resume, a short research statement,
and three letters of recommendation to John Peterson (email address:
peterson-john@cs.yale.edu).  Electronic application is preferred, but if
necessary, applications may be sent to the address below.

John Peterson
Department of Computer Science
Yale University
P.O. Box 208285
New Haven, CT 06520-8285, USA

Phone: 203-432-1272
Email: peterson-john@cs.yale.edu