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Date: Sun, 6 Jan 2008 17:59:22 -0500 (EST)
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From: Grigori Fursin <>
Subject: Compiler Engineer Position at INRIA (January 2008 onwards)
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2007 02:35:21 -0800 (PST)

INRIA Futurs is seeking an experienced Compiler Engineer to join
MILEPOST project (Machine Learning for Embedded Programs Optimisation;
location: France, Paris region; working language: English;
participants: INRIA, IBM, ARC, CAPS, Edinburgh University) for up to 2
years to implement the latest research techniques in GCC to further
improve program performance and code quality:

  - fine-grain program transformations
  - GCC optimization pass selection and reordering
  - library adaptation techniques for various constraints
      on reconfigurable processors and accelerators
  - machine learning techniques to automatically select
      best program optimizations

The work involves collaboration (and traveling) with our colleagues
from the HiPEAC/HiPEAC-2 network of excellence,
and the leading European and American universities and companies.

Some more information can be found here:
  - Milepost project (
  - GCC Interactive Compilation Interface (http://gcc-
  - GCC Function Adaptation (
  - Iterative compilation (

Candidate requirements:
  - good knowledge of C/C++
  - good knowledge of compiler construction and optimizations
  - good level of english
  - university degree
  - self-motivation

If you are interested to join us or would like to know more about the
please contact Grigori Fursin (

P.S. Depending on the interests and plans of a candidate, there is
a possibility to continue this work in a PhD program

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