|Compiler positions available for week ending April 22 firstname.lastname@example.org (2001-04-22)|
|Date:||22 Apr 2001 23:55:57 -0400|
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From: Jean-Pierre Talpin <Jean-Pierre.Talpin@irisa.fr>
Subject: Post-Doctoral positions in the EPATR-ESPRESSO group at INRIA-Rennes
Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2001 11:04:29 +0200
Two post-doctoral positions are available in the EPATR-ESPRESSO group
at INRIA-Rennes. The goal of our group is promote the synchronous
approach to the component-based design, verification and validation of
mission-critical, embedded and/or distributed, software.
=> In the RNTL project EXPRESSO,
we seek for a PhD in Computer Science or in Applied Mathematics
with experience in one or several of the following areas:
* program analysis and compiler optimizations
* garbage collection and memory management
* object-oriented programming in Java
* concurrency and typing
The aim of the EXPRESSO project is to design and implement analysis,
verification and optimization techniques for the control of resources
of embedded, real-time applications written in Java and to develop
tools for the component-based engineering of real-time Java software.
The EXPRESSO project is a joint research effort of INRIA
(http://www.inria.fr), Verimag (http://www-verimag.imag.fr), Aonix
(http://www.aonix.com), Silicomp (http://www.silicomp.fr) and Thomson.
The post-doctoral position is available immediatly at IRISA/INRIA
(http://www.irisa.fr) in Rennes (http://www.ville-rennes.fr) for a
period of up to two years and for a salary of approximately 180000
For more information and for application please send e-mail to
Jean-Pierre.Talpin@irisa.fr (http://www.irisa.fr/prive/talpin) and
=> In the RNTL project ACOTRIS,
two INRIA teams are involved, the EPATR-ESPRESSO team in Rennes
and the SOSSO team in Rocquencourt. The objective of the ACOTRIS
project is to improve UML based design of embedded real-time
applications by providing concepts and tools that implement formal
verification, size-cost evaluation, code generation techniques using
the synchronous approach.
The ACOTRIS consortium is composed of CSSI, EADS (Aérospatiale Matra
Missiles), CEA, SITIA and INRIA.
The post-doctoral position is available immediatly and for a period of
12 months (6 months in Rennes and 6 months in Rocquencourt) and for a
salary of approximately 180000 FF/year.
For more information and for application please send e-mail to
Thierry.Gautier@irisa.fr (http://www.irisa.fr/ep-atr) and Yves
From: Chris Parker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Compiler Researcher/ Westchester, NY/ World-Renowned Research Lab
Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2001 17:07:17 -0400
One of the world's leading research laboratories is seeking a Research
Staff Member or Senior Engineer to provide technical leadership in a
new, bleeding-edge group within a industry market leader. This
position will be to provide technical leadership and contributions to
the ongoing development of an advanced C/C++ optimizing compiler and
associated tools for a brand new initiative in DSP architecture
tailored to low-power wireless communications. As a leader and member
of this team, there is a focus on the development and implementation
of innovations in compiler optimizations and scheduling techniques for
data and instruction level parallelism. The ideal candidate will
possess extensive experience in compiler design and engineering (>5
years), a PhD degree (desirable), strong processor architectural
background, and experience with: compiler optimization algorithms,
instruction and loop level parallelism, software pipelining, VLIW
architectures, data parallel vectorization, scheduling, and code
generation. The position is located in the Westchester, NY area and
requires no travel. Compensation packages range from $150k-$200k plus
the full benefits of an industry leader as well as full relocation
packages, if needed. For more information, please call Christopher
Parker with ATS Professional Services at 1-800-572-2569 x1372 or
e-mail at cparker@consultATS.com <mailto:cparker@consultATS.com>
Christopher W. Parker
ATS Professional Services
"Human Capital Solutions @ e-speed"
voice: 904.224.1372/ 800.572.2569 x1372
Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2001 11:32:04 -0700
Subject: Director of Programming Environments, Seattle
From: Valerie Rosman <email@example.com>
Our executive search firm has recently been retained by the global
market leader in high-end supercomputers to assist them in recruiting
a Director of Programming Environments.
Our client is a growing leader in the design, manufacture, sales and
service of supercomputers, headquartered in Seattle, Washington. The
company has an installed base of approximately 600 supercomputers at
nearly 200 leading customer sites around the world. The company is
positioning itself for future growth in its efforts to provide the
world's most creative scientific and engineering minds. As a result,
a Director of Programming Environments is being sought to lead a
vision to leverage current and new technology across product lines.
The person we are seeking will report to the Vice President of
Software Development. The position is responsible for building a team
of professionals that are capable of tactical implementation of the
technical strategy. Additional responsibilities include standardizing
the software development process working closely with external
programming groups, determining business opportunities and developing
strategies to capture those opportunities, etc.
The successful candidate will have a minimum of 10+ years of technical
product development experience, preferably within a research or
commercial environment. At least five years in a major leadership
role of the foregoing is expected. Experience in the management and
development of groups in remote locations would be beneficial.
Knowledge of and experience with compiler development is an important
consideration. It is essential the individual have seasoning in all
phases of project management, from concept to prototype delivery.
Compensation for the position includes an attractive base salary,
dependent upon experience, and stock options. Benefits are those
expected from a first-tier company. This is a solid opportunity with
excellent career and equity growth potential.
If you are aware of anyone with whom you feel I should be in touch
regarding this opportunity, please contact me directly
(firstname.lastname@example.org). All referrals will be held in strict
confidence. A detailed recruiting specification for this position is
available upon request.
Susan Hildebrand Stringer
L. W. FOOTE COMPANY
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