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                Graduate Student and Postdoc positions
            Category Theory and Foundations of Computation

                Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada

The category theory group in the Department of Mathematics and
Statistics at Dalhousie University invites applications from
prospective graduate students and/or postdoctoral researchers,
for positions starting in September 2010.

The group includes the following potential supervisors:
 Bob Pare       http://www.mathstat.dal.ca/~pare/
 Richard Wood   http://www.mathstat.dal.ca/Faculty/rjwood.html
 Dorette Pronk  http://www.mathstat.dal.ca/Faculty/pronk.htm
 Peter Selinger http://www.mathstat.dal.ca/~selinger/

We seek applications in the following areas:

 * any area of pure and applied category theory

 * semantics of programming languages (including types)

 * quantum computing (including types)

The successful candidates will participate in the activities of our
group, and will be part of the Atlantic Category Theory Group, which
includes faculty, postdocs, and students from Dalhousie University,
Saint Mary's University, and Mount Allison University. See
http://www.mathstat.dal.ca/~selinger/atcat/.

Postdoc applications must be completed by December 15. If you plan to
apply, please contact one of us by email no later than December 1, as
some internal paperwork needs to be completed before the deadline.
Postdoc positions are for 2 years. For application details, see
http://www.mathstat.dal.ca/positions.html

Graduate student applications must be completed by January 31 to be
eligible for scholarship funding. If you plan to apply, please contact
one of us by email no later than January 1, as some internal
paperwork needs to be completed before the deadline. For application
details, see http://www.registrar.dal.ca/prospective/graduateapp.html

 Bob Pare       (p...@mathstat.dal.ca)
 Richard Wood   (rjw...@mathstat.dal.ca)
 Dorette Pronk  (pr...@mathstat.dal.ca)
 Peter Selinger (selin...@mathstat.dal.ca)

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