Post-doc advertisement at PacSoft
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Subject: Post-doc advertisement at PacSoft
From: Kelly Atkinson <email@example.com>
Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2001 09:10:39 -0800
The Pacific Software Research Center (PacSoft) has two openings
for postdoctoral researchers to work on the Programatica and AIM projects.
Programatica is an environment for the simultaneous development of
systems and formal models of systems that leverages functional
programming, theorem proving, and other applied formal methods. The
primary application area of Programatica is modeling information
assurance properties. The AIM project focuses on using functional
language ideas to model and prove properties about the AIM
crypto-processor. For each position, candidates are sought with
expertise in the application and implementation of theorem proving
technology, applications of higher-order, typed functional languages,
or other areas related to information assurance and applied formal
PacSoft explores techniques for the use of higher-order, typed
functional languages for the development, specification, analysis and
verification of hardware and software. The Center is currently composed
of six faculty, several graduate students and six postdoctoral staff. The
Center is administratively a unit of the Department of Computer Science
and Engineering of the Oregon Graduate Institute of Science and
Technology. The Oregon Graduate Institute of Science and Technology
is an independent graduate school and research institute located just
to the west of Portland, Oregon.
To apply, please send a CV with a brief description of your research
accomplishments and interests, including the names of at least three
references. Send applications to:
Position #CSE 8-3-00
Oregon Graduate Institute of Science and Technology
20000 NW Walker Rd.
Beaverton, Oregon 97006
Email submissions of the same materials may be sent to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Include position number in the subject line.
OGI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and particularly welcomes
applications from qualified women, minorities, and individuals with
disabilities. Appointment is subject to the availability of funding.
Questions (but please no application materials!) may be directed to
Professor James Hook, email: email@example.com, phone: 503-748-1169.
Information about the Pacific Software Research Center and the
Programatica project can be found on the world wide web at the