If you are a student, please read the notes below before sending me an
email or nominating me as a referee for a job application. Unfortanately,
I now receive more email than I can effectively manage, and need to take
some concrete steps to reduce the volume.
Course questions - if you are a student in Nottingham and have
questions about any of my courses, please don't send them by email, but
just see me in one of the weekly lab sessions or after a lecture. I can
give a faster and more detailed answer in person.
Haskell questions - if you have questions about Haskell
but are not a student on one of my courses in Nottingham,
please ask your own lecturer or tutor in the first instance, and if
they don't know the answer, try the appropriate Haskell
Of course, questions about my book or research concerning Haskell
are very welcome.
PhD applications - if you are interested in applying for
a PhD studentship under my supervision, you will require a first-class
Masters degree (or equivalent qualification) in Computer Science
and/or Mathematics, some previous experience of programming in
a functional language such as Haskell, and your application must be
specific to me, not a general application being sent to many people.
Internship applications - if you are interested in applying
for an internship under my supervision, you will require your own
funding, some previous experience of programming in a functional
language such as Haskell, and your application must be specific to
me, not a general application being sent to many people.
References - I will normally be pleased to provide a
reference for any of my personal tutees and individual project
students, but you must contact me at least one week prior to
the reference deadline to seek permission and discuss the details.
I will also require an up-to-date copy of your CV at the same
time. I can provide up to three references per student.
University of Nottingham