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Date: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 16:31:57 -0400
Subject: Postdoctoral positions Virginia Tech, USA
From: Binoy Ravindran <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Postdoctoral Research Associates
Virginia Tech, USA
Two postdoctoral positions in compilers are available at Virginia
Tech's ECE Department (ece.vt.edu) on projects involving software
transactional memory. The project goals include developing
compilers/virtual machines with distributed STM support, and automated
concurrency refactoring tools that exploit STM through
compile/run-time analysis and bytecode reengineering.
Recent computer science or computer engineering PhD graduates with
background in compilers and virtual machines are sought. Positions are
for two-year minimum, with strong possibilities for additional years.
The positions may be located at Blacksburg, Virginia (Virginia Tech's
main campus) or Virginia Tech's Northern Virginia campus. Interested
candidates are requested to contact Prof. Binoy Ravindran by e-mail at
email@example.com with a resume, or directly apply at http://jobs.vt.edu
(apply to posting 0110297 with a letter of application, a full
curriculum vita, and a list of three references).
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