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Date: 26 Dec 2005 09:23:40 -0500
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From: "Don Sannella" <dts@inf.ed.ac.uk>
Subject: Studentships for PhD study in Informatics@Edinburgh
Date: Sun, 18 Dec 2005 22:10:24 -0000


Studentships for PhD study in
the School of Informatics at
the University of Edinburgh
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FORTY research studentships are available for:


* UK students
* EU students
* students worldwide


Many of these are full studentships, paying your tuition fees and a
stipend of 12300 pounds to cover living expenses in your first year,
rising in second and third years. The rest pay your fees and/or a
contribution of 6150 pounds per year towards living expenses. Payment
of fees for non-EU students is subject to successful competition for
an Overseas Research Student award. PhD students are encouraged to make
contributions to teaching, for example by leading tutorial groups, and
for this you can expect to earn an additional 500-1000 pounds per year.


Informatics
- ----------


Informatics is the study of information and computation, in both
natural and engineered systems. It comprises a vast range of
scientific and engineering endeavour and has enormous economic and
social impact.


Edinburgh University's School of Informatics brings together the former
Departments of Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Science and Computer
Science, together with the Artificial Intelligence Applications
Institute. The School possesses a combination of breadth and
strength unparallelled elsewhere in the UK and competitive world-wide;
as an intellectual endeavour it is strikingly original.


The School is the only university grouping in the UK to have
achieved the top 5*A rating in Computer Science in the UK government's
2001 Research Assessment Exercise round, and it is the UK's biggest
research group in this area. We currently have around 250 students
studying for PhD, and around 150 for MSc.


PhD study
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PhD study is carried out within one of our six research Institutes:


      ANC: Institute for Adaptive and Neural Computation
      CISA: Centre for Intelligent Systems and their Applications
      ICCS: Institute for Communicating and Collaborative Systems
      ICSA: Institute for Computing Systems Architecture
      IPAB: Institute of Perception, Action and Behaviour
      LFCS: Laboratory for Foundations of Computer Science


ANC fosters the study of adaptive processes in both artificial and
biological systems; two themes are the study of artificial learning
systems and the analysis and modelling of brain processes. CISA
undertakes basic and applied research and development in knowledge
representation and reasoning. Through its applications institute AIAI,
it works with others to deploy the technologies associated with this
research. ICCS pursues basic research into the nature of
communication among humans and between humans and machines, using
text, speech and graphics, and the design of interactive dialogue
systems, using computational and algorithmic approaches.


ICSA seeks development of a better understanding of systems
components, both hardware and software, and their integration and
interaction; this involves not only improving their raw performance
and cost-effectiveness, but also making them more connectable and
interoperable, more reliable, more usable and more applicable. The
interests of IPAB are how to link computational perception,
representation, transformation and generation processes to external
worlds---whether real or virtual. The mission of LFCS is to achieve a
foundational understanding of problems and issues arising in
computation and communication through the development of appropriate
and applicable formal models and mathematical theories.


Projects
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A very wide range of research topics is available for PhD study. Here
is an (incomplete!) list of project areas; see


      http://www.inf.ed.ac.uk/postgraduate/phdprojects.html


for some information on each of these.


      ANC: Institute for Adaptive and Neural Computation
      --------------------------------------------------
      Bioinformatics
      Machine Learning
      Neuroinformatics


      CISA: Centre for Intelligent Systems and their Applications
      -----------------------------------------------------------
      A Proof Management Tool
      Automating Diagrammatic Reasoning
      Improving Support for Mathematics in Mechanical Theorem Provers
      Multi-Agent Coordination in Open Environments
      Game-Theoretic Analysis of Multiagent Communication
      The Role of Communication in Multiagent Reinforcement Learning
      Controlling Open Multiagent Systems
      Argumentation-Based Ontology Conflict Resolution
      Social Algorithms
      Political Coordination Mechanisms
      A Simple Agent Programming Language
      Rational Strategies in Trust and Reputation Mechanisms
      Human/Robotic Task Achieving Team


      ICCS: Institute for Communicating and Collaborative Systems
      -----------------------------------------------------------
      Concurrency in (Computational) Linguistics
      Eyetracking Corpora as Experimental Data
      Probabilistic Models of Human Parsing
      Integrating Linguistic and Visual Processing
      Dynamic Bayesian Networks for Speech Recognition
      Probabilistic Approaches to Natural Language Generation
      Automatic Generation of Image Descriptions
      Robust Construction of Semantics
      Learning Semantic Representations of Languages which Lack Online
Resources
      The Semantics and Pragmatics of Free Adjuncts and Absolutes
      Statistical Machine Translation for Biomedical Domains
      Microphone-Array Based Speech Recognition
      Language Models for Multiparty Conversations
      Hidden Speech Production Models
      Multimodal Information Access
      Head Motion Synthesis for Lifelike Conversational Agents
      Multi-Unit Acoustic Models for Speech Recognition
      Induction of Wide-Coverage Categorial Lexicon from Large Amounts of
Unlabeled Text
      Use of Intonation in Spoken Language Generation for Human-Machine
Dialogue
      Temporal Semantics
      Grammar-Driven Language Models
      Automated Musical Analysis
      The Statistical Semantic Web
      Extracting and Using Alternatives in Question Answering
      Projecting Discourse Annotation from Parallel Corpora


      ICSA: Institute for Computing Systems Architecture
      --------------------------------------------------
      Speculative Parallelisation for Multiprocessors
      Cellular Multiprocessors
      Skeletal Parallel Programming
      Automatic Test Pattern Generation and Scan Insertion for Asynchronous
Circuits
      Noise-Tolerant Asynchronous Circuits
      Data-Dependent Processing for Energy-Aware Systems
      Combining Model Checking and Theorem Proving
      Compilers that Learn to Optimise
      Searching the Embedded Program Optimisation Space
      Automated Synthesis of Architectures and Compilers
      Energy and Area Modelling for Architecture Synthesis
      Microarchitecture Synthesis for Embedded Architectures
      Low-Power Multi-Threaded Architectures
      Reconfigurable Data-Parallel Structures for Embedded Computation


      IPAB: Institute of Perception, Action and Behaviour
      ---------------------------------------------------
      Behaviour Composition in Video Sequence Analysis
      Temporal 3D Model Recovery and Representation
      Learning Latent Model Representations of Sensorimotor Contingencies
      Insect Robotics


      LFCS: Laboratory for Foundations of Computer Science
      ----------------------------------------------------
      Engineering Electronic Proof
      Independence-Friendly Temporal Logic
      Questions on Modal mu-Calculi
      Archiving of Scientific Data
      Integrity Constraints for XML and Beyond
      Keys for XML
      Provenance in Databases
      Information Preserving Schema Mapping
      Data Cleaning
      Vectorizing XML
      Randomized Algorithms for Transportation Polytopes
      Complexity of Approximate Counting
      Algorithmic Verification of Recursive Probabilistic Systems
      Schema-Directed XML Publishing
      A Security Model for XML
      XML Query Languages
      PEPA Nets: Modelling Mobile Systems
      Epidemiological Modelling with Stochastic Process Algebra
      Performance Modelling with Process Algebras
      Computational Models for Systems Biology
      A Logic of Computational Effects
      Algebraic and Logical Foundations of Formal Software Development
      Proof Carrying Code for the Grid
      Security for Mobile Devices
      Topological Models of Computation
      Constructive Set Theories and their Applications
      Proof Theory for Programs and Processes
      Type Systems for Computational Effects
      Mathematical Models for Concurrent and Mobile Computation
      Modalities for Name Generation: Logic, Proof and the Meaning of New
      "Bad Smells" in Code
      Combinations and Abstractions of Formal Games
      Decision Procedures for Higher-Order Grammars
      Links: Web Programming, Faster, Better, Cheaper


Further information
- ------------------


Information about graduate study, the School of Informatics, the
University as a whole and the city of Edinburgh is available from:


      http://www.inf.ed.ac.uk/postgraduate/
      http://www.inf.ed.ac.uk/
      http://www.ed.ac.uk


You can email queries to our Graduate Secretary at:


      phd-admissions@inf.ed.ac.uk


or to individual members of teaching staff. Application forms are
available from:


      http://www.ed.ac.uk/studying/postgraduate/applications/forms.html


Your application form should be returned by mid-March. Earlier
applications have access to a wider range of sources of financial aid.
Applications for an Overseas Research Student award must be completed
by mid-February at the latest.


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From: Pheadsten@aol.com
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 2005 20:02:30 EST
Subject: Sr. Compiler/Parser Job in San Jose, California Startup


Position Title: COMPILER Architect
Company: LogLogic (http://www.loglogic.com)
Location: San Jose, CA
Duration: Full Time, Regular
Description:
Become a key part of this small, world-class software development team
under the leadership of an award-winning VP of SW Development. Have
the security a broad range of existing customers while still enjoying
the excitement, demands, and rewards of a startup funded by a premier
Venture Capital firm.


We are #1 in developing ultra-high-performance Log management
appliances on Linux platforms, providing real-time log data
aggregation, analysis, and retention for enterprise IT depts. This
provides critical info. for compliance and legal protection necessary
for HIPPA and Sarbanes-Oxley.


Skills that will help you succeed in this role are:


*7+ yrs. of complex systems software development in C/C++ (3+in Unix/Linux)
*High throughput parser and compiler implementation and optimization
*experience with enterprise-class dataflow systems


Experience in the following areas are a plus: real-time
systems/OS/apps development; storage management or network management;
linux kernel drivers; clustering/failover/high availability;
distributed computing/grid computing/distributed databases; log
transport protocols; high speed parsers; pattern recognition; stream
processing


To introduce yourself to us, please paste your resume into an email with
COMPILER ARCHITECT YOUR NAME in the subject line, to:


_pheadsten@aol.com_ (mailto:pheadsten@aol.com) 510-713-7433


LogLogic is an Equal Opportunity Employer



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