Open Postdoctoral Research Position in Programming Languages and Security

The Laboratory for Programming Languages Research at the University of Maryland (PLUM) is offering a post doctoral research position in programming languages, with an emphasis on language-based security and program analysis.

The PLUM lab is directed by Professors Mike Hicks, Jeff Foster, and David Van Horn. With around a dozen active PhD students and several post-docs, the lab provides an engaging and collaborative environment in which to work. The group's work spans almost all areas of programming language research, spanning theoretical and practical investigations, with particular emphasis in the areas of security, program analysis, synthesis, verification, and incremental computation, among others. For more information about PLUM, please visit

For this post-doc position, familiarity with analysis (static or dynamic) of Java(-like) programs is beneficial, but not required. The hired researcher would be expected to take a leadership role in one of several ongoing projects; contact Mike Hicks for further details (via Requirements and particulars:
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