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From: email@example.com (Simeon Ntafos)
Subject: Job Opportunities at UTD
Date: Tue, 3 Jan 1995 12:37:39 -0600
Organization: Univ. of Texas at Dallas
FACULTY POSITIONS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
The Computer Science Program invites applications for tenure-track
faculty positions in Software Engineering at the Assistant Professor level.
Visiting and post-doc positions may also become available.
The Ph.D. in Computer Science or equivalent is required. Applicants should
demonstrate promise of future research activity. Responsibilities include
research, teaching and direction of Ph.D. dissertations.
The Computer Science Program has recently initiated a Software Engineering
track. The University is located in the most attractive suburbs of the Dallas
metropolitan area. There are over 250 high-tech companies within 10 miles
of the University including Texas Instruments, Northern Telecom, Alcatel.
Opportunities for University-Industry joint research projects and consulting
are excellent. The Program expects to continue its growth into a major
center for computer science research and teaching.
Each Computer Science faculty member has a SUN Sparcstation 5 for
research. In addition, the department has several laboratories housing a
variety of SUN Sparcstations and PCs. Networked file servers and computer
servers dedicated to the department include a quad processor sparc 10 and
three quad processor Sparc 20/614 computers. A SUN Sparc 10 handles
instructional computing requirements of the department. The University's
Academic Computing Center maintains two SUN Sparc 10/51 computer servers
which provide main frame computing needs for the university. A Convex
C3220 super-computer is available on campus for high performance
computing. In addition, a CRAY YMP is available by remote access to the
UT-System high performance computing facility in Austin. Research on
Computer Graphics and its applications is supported by a Silicon Graphics
Workstation with software packages that include BIOSYM and POLYGEN. All
machines on the campus are connected via Ethernet and all have access to
Internet. Students and faculty can access any of these facilities via
Currently, the Computer Science faculty numbers thirteen and has good
growth potential. Applicants will have an opportunity to influence the
direction of growth of the Program. For more information concerning the
future plans of the Computer Science Program and UTD in general, please
contact Dr. Simeon Ntafos, Chairman of the Search Committee, at
214-690-2809 or 214-690-2808, or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Indication of sex and ethnicity for affirmative action statistical purposes
is requested, but not required. A resume with a list of at least three
references, should be sent by March 1, 1994, to:
Academic Search #715
The University of Texas at Dallas
P.O. Box 830688; M/S AD 2.3
Richardson, TX 75083-0688
The University of Texas at Dallas is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
From: email@example.com (Larry Ercoline)
Subject: C++ job at Convex in Texas
Date: Wed, 4 Jan 95 8:26:59 CST
The following is a current opening with Convex Computer Corporation in
C++ Compiler Development Engineer
This person will participate in the design and implementation of a C++
compiler system including compiler front end and associated libraries.
The C++ compiler will constitute one component of a multi-platform and
multiple front-end compiler system for high-performance,
multiprocessor computer systems.
This is a senior level position. Candidates must have four or more
years industry experience with significant experience in developing
production quality compilers. Substantial familiarity with C++ is
required, either from use of C++, or from developing C++ compilers.
In addition the individual should have experience in a number of the
following areas: object-oriented languages and methodologies,
multiprocessor systems, compiler optimization and code generation, C
compiler development, and Unix systems programming.
Large project design experience is required. Project or technical
leadership experience is highly desirable.
MS or PhD in computer science (or related area). A BS degree, with
suitable industry experience will also be considered.
The successful candidate must have good oral and written communication
skills. The candidate should enjoy working on a modest sized and
tightly integrated group project. The candidate must be self motivated
and self directed. The candidate should have a "big picture" view of
project development that spans all phases of software development.
The candidate should be motivated to contribute to the design,
implementation, testing, and release of this project.
Interested candidates should email their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
or FAX 214-497-4626 (Attn: Larry), or mail their resume to:
Convex Computer Corp, 3000 Waterview Parkway, Richardson, Texas 75080.
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