[pypy-dev] Re: inquiry: phd positions
mwh at python.net
Mon Apr 3 01:59:29 CEST 2006
Jakob Praher <jp at hapra.at> writes:
> hi all,
> my name is Jakob Praher. I am located in Linz, Austria. Currently I am
> finishing my master thesis, which is about developing an aspect
> oriented dynamic bytecode instrumentation framework for program
> analysis on top of LLVM. I am very interested to work in that area as
> a PHd student. From your website I know you are also working on an
> LLVM backend.
I'm not _entirely_ sure what you are saying here. We have interests
in AOP and interests in LLVM but they are not particularly related,
whereas your interests seem to be intertwined.
But it's late and I am suffering from a stressful trip, so maybe the
confusion is just at my end :)
> PyPy seems to be a European effort,
Only by accident, mostly...
> so my naive question is, whether you have any PhD projects in this
> area or could point me to some further information. I would be very
> interested to hearing from you.
Well, we certainly hope that there are interesting lines of
investigation in PyPy. To be more specific, we probably need you to
be more specific about your interests too.
If you are asking "do we have pots of cash lying around to fund PhDs",
then I'm pretty sure the answer is "no". PyPy's funding from the EU
was not structured in this sort of way (AIUI).
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