You join a team of developers, scientists, engineers and business developers that develop, operate and commercialize SynaptiQ worldwide.
You work in a Linux-based Java, Clojure and Common Lisp environment. Your focus is on the development, maintenance, design and unit testing of SynaptiQ’s real-time aggregation and alerting engine that processes time-series and events. This data engine is Common Lisp based.
The objective is to own the entire lifecycle of the platform, that is from the architecture and development of new features to the deployment and operation of the platform in production environment. The position is open to candidates with no knowledge of LISP if they have a good affinity and experience in functional languages.
Postdocs or research programmers sought for “automatic differentiation meets functional programming” project. Our true aim is to displace FORTRAN-like imperative languages as the kings of big iron.
Inquiries to: “Barak A. Pearlmutter” <email@example.com>
For more details: http://www.bcl.hamilton.ie/~barak/ad-fp-positions.html
(The listed qualifications is daunting, but if you’re enthusiastic and smart, please do get in touch.)
Jaap de Heer tells me this is about 30% Lisp:
I suspect it will be about 100% awesome.
The University of Washington Medical Center is looking for a RESEARCH SCIENTIST/ENGINEER 4 to review patient data specifications and data management requirements for the neutron beam, among other things.
The candidate will be a senior technical ontologist/modeler acting in the lead role for the Core Services and Infrastructure Team within the Sales Technology organization. This individual will be responsible for modeling financial products and writing code to deal with the categorization of financial data.
This is a software development position where the candidate will be responsible for helping add new platforms to an existing internal program. This person will be working with a piler program and must have experience with the programming language LISP.
CREATE-NET, a research center located in Trento,
Italy, is hiring two functional programmers for web application development.
The ideal candidate would have experience with at least one functional
programming language (Haskell, Lisp, Caml, …) and a willingness to work on
application development using either Haskell or Common Lisp (depending on
We offer competitive compensation and a stimulating work environment in the
research and innovation sector. The center is also located amidst the scenic
landscape of Italian Alps, making it a nice environment where to work.
Applications should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org More details on
the open position and ideal profile may be found at