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From: Ari Waller <Ari@TTINC.NET>
Subject: Compiler Design Professional, NYC area
Date: Mon, 9 Apr 2001 10:43:29 -0400
Thompson Technologies is seeking a Senior Lead Compiler Engineer in
the New York City area to provide technical leadership and
contributions to the ongoing development of an advanced C/C++
optimizing compiler and associated tools, for a new DSP architecture
tailored to low-power wireless communications. The successful
candidate will lead a team of researchers and compiler engineers,
focusing on the development and implementation of innovations in
compiler optimizations and scheduling techniques, for data and
instruction level parallelism. The candidate will have strong
interaction with application developers, processor architects, and
hardware engineers, influencing the architecture definition and
evaluating the compiler/ architecture interaction. Areas of expertise
include ********** compiler design and engineering and candidates with
processor architecture background will be given preference.
Experience with compiler optimization algorithms, instruction and loop
level parallelism, software pipelining, VLIW architectures,
scheduling, code generation are all facets of this position. PhD
degree desirable but will look at all degrees for candidates with a
minimum of 5 years experience. For immediate consideration, email
resume to Ari Waller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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