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|Date:||23 Aug 2004 12:13:18 -0400|
|Posted-Date:||23 Aug 2004 12:13:18 EDT|
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From: "Rodric M. Rabbah" <email@example.com>
Subject: Research Programmer Position Available at MIT (Cambridge MA)
Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2004 12:15:53 -0400
The Commit compilers group (http://cag.csail.mit.edu/commit) at the MIT
Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
(http://csail.mit.edu) is seeking a RESEARCH PROGRAMMER (RP) to support its
compiler research. Commit conducts research on programming language design,
program analysis, compilation, and optimization. The goal is to deploy a
programming language and a compilation infrastructure specifically
engineered for modern streaming and DSP-oriented systems. The RP will assist
in developing a compiler that implements novel optimization techniques that
are geared toward an effective mapping of a new programming language to a
variety of target architectures, including commercial processors, grid
architectures, and tiled-processor architectures. The RP will also interact
with academic and potential commercial users in order to understand their
needs and to enhance or extend the compilation infrastructure or to build
new tools to facilitate the adoption of the technology.
REQUIREMENTS: a bachelor's or master's degree in computer science and
substantial experience with engineering compilers and backend optimizations.
Must have exceptional programming expertise in Java/C/C++ and be well versed
in Perl/Python. Must have extensive experience analyzing existing compiler
code; and specifying, documenting, and implementing new compiler modules,
with a focus on backend optimizations. Background in DSP a plus. Ability to
work with Ph.D. and master's students in a fast-paced, leading-edge research
group a must. Industry experience desirable.
To apply: http://sh.webhire.com/servlet/av/jd?ai=631&ji=1415482&sn=I
Subject: Los Gatos, CA - Software DSP Engineer
Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2004 15:57:30 -0700
From: "Brent Powell" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Job Title: Software DSP Engineer
Department: R&D, Engineering
Requisition Number: 0000000469
Location: CA - Los Gatos
Develop software/firmware for educational products in the consumer toy =
and school markets. Applications will run on embedded processors and =
involve audio, graphics and a variety of input devices. This position =
requires a self directed engineer who is able to work with vendors and =
other team members to design, integrate and implement DSP based =
technologies into products.
* Work with our systems software team to design and implement DSP =
* Work with our technologies team to identify, qualify and select =
* Implement, adapt and optimize new technologies that require DSP =
* Design, implement and test general product features and functions.
* Support and maintain existing products.
* Embedded processor firmware.
* C/C++ and assembly language.
* DSP experience in small, embedded, RAM/MIPS constrained environments.
* Experience with implementing or porting DSP based technologies such as =
audio and video codecs, image recognition or text-to-speech.
* BS/MS Computer Science, computer engineering or related field.
* At least five years of relevant DSP and firmware implementation =
experience on embedded processors.
Sr. Technical Recruiter
LeapFrog Enterprises, Inc.
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