|Compiler positions available for week ending May 14 firstname.lastname@example.org (1995-05-14)|
|Date:||Sun, 14 May 1995 12:00:00 GMT|
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Date: Mon, 8 May 1995 03:33:41 GMT
From: Santosh Pande <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Tenure track positions available at Ohio University
The Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) Department at
Ohio University invites applications for two tenure track faculty
positions at the rank of Assistant, Associate or Full Professor. The
positions begin in January 1996.
The EECS department, consisting of approximately 32 faculty members,
is the largest department in the College of Engineering and offers
B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. programs. The current external research funding
in the department is over $3.5 million, and Ohio University was
recently designated a research II institution by the Carnegie
Foundation. Research opportunities are enhanced by an excellent
department and university research infrastructure. Active research
programs in the Computer Science division include Parallel and
Distributed Computing, Multimedia Information Systems,
Internetworking, Algorithms and Complexity Theory. In addition to
these areas, the department seeks to establish research programs in
Software Engineering, Operating Systems, AI, Databases and Computer
Applicants with a good publication record in any of the above areas
are strongly encouraged to apply at appropriate levels. Rank and
salary will be commensurate with qualifications. Senior applicants
must demonstrate a history of research funding. The screening of
applications will begin in the Summer of 1995 and we expect to
interview in September.
Please send a copy of your resume, a one page research plan, and a
list of three references to:
Prof. Jerrel Mitchell
Department of EECS
Athens, Ohio 45701-2979
Ohio University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
From: email@example.com (Larry Ercoline)
Subject: Compiler/Tools Development Eng Position at Convex in Texas
Date: Fri, 12 May 95 10:24:40 CDT
Convex Computer Corporation located in Richardson, Texas (a suburb
north of Dallas) has an opening for the following:
Compiler/Tools Development Engineer
The Development Tools group is looking for an individual to make tool
and compiler level enhancements to Convex's interactive performance
analyzer (CXpa) and symbolic program debugger (CXdb). These tools
support debugging and profiling of highly optimized parallel
applications. The compiler/tools interface represents a key component
in multiple front-end compiler system that is targeted for
high-performance, multiprocessor computer systems.
Candidates should be familiar with all phases of compilation. In
addition candidates should have experience in a number of the
following areas: object-oriented development, C++, multiprocessor
systems, compiler optimization and code generation, HP object file
formats, and Unix systems programming. Experience in development of
symbolic debuggers and program performance analysis tools is highly
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 be motivated to contribute to the
design, implementation, testing, and release of these products.
BS or MS in computer science (or related area). MS or a BS degree,
with industry experience is preferred.
Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the U.S. on a full
time basis. CONVEX is an Equal Opportunity Employer (M/F/V/D).
Interested candidates should EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
MAIL: Convex Computer Corp, 3000 Waterview Parkway, Richardson, TX
Subject: HP Compiler Jobs, Cupertino
Date: Fri, 12 May 95 09:57:11 PDT
From: Paul Chan <email@example.com>
Hewlett-Packard Company has an immediate need for engineers in the
area of compiler development in our Cupertino, California Languages
Lab. Hewlett-Parkard is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to
affirmative action and work force diversity.
We are looking for motivated software development engineers to work on
current and future COBOL compilers and tools for HP systems. These
individuals will be working with a wide range of technologies in the COBOL
area, including code generation, development tools, dynamic loading, and
runtime systems. Responsibilities will include integration of COBOL with
other languages, new operating systems, and various subsystems on the HP
Requirements for Above Position:
A BSCS degree, 3-5 years of experience in compiler development, and strong
software development skills are musts for this position. Highly desirable
are COBOL compiler experience, experience with the Micro Focus compiler
and tools technology, Unix experience.
To apply for these positions contact:
HP Bay Area Staffing
Pacific Technology Park
1266 Kifer Rd.
Sunnyvale, CA 94086
The California Languages Lab is responsible for delivering languages
products for all HP Computer systems based on PA-RISC architecture. We
have delivered industry leading optimization technology in our
compilers and have helped HP achieve breakthrough performance for its
computer systems. We emphasis teamwork, initiative, innovation and
appropriate risk-taking. You will work with a highly motivated and
Hewlett-Packard is one of the world's leaders in the research,
development and manufacturing of computing and electronic measuring
equipment for people in business, industry, science, engineering,
health care and education. HP completed its 1994 fiscal year with over
$25 billion in total revenue and rated number two in the U.S. and
number three worldwide in total combined computer systems, software
and peripherals revenue. The company has enjoyed steady growth and no
unprofitable quarters throughout its history.
From: Luke.Hornof@irisa.fr (Luke Hornof)
Subject: Studentship Announcement at IRISA, Brittany, France
Date: 12 May 1995 17:07:04 GMT
Organization: IRISA, Campus de Beaulieu, 35042 Rennes Cedex, FRANCE
We have a position available for a new Ph.D. student, funded by a three
year grant. The position is not restricted by citizenship. It is
starting 1 October 1995.
The research work is to be done in the Partial Evaluation Group at
IRISA (Brittany, France). This group mainly consists of 1 faculty
member, 2 research scientists, 4 Ph.D. students, and 1 research
assistant. More information about the place and the research topics of
the group can be obtained from our Web page (URL:
Partial Evaluation is a program transformation approach. It is aimed
at specializing programs with respect to invariants. We are working on
partial evaluation of imperative and applicative languages. We are
applying this approach to applications such as operating systems (in
collaboration with the Oregon Graduate Institute).
The research project is aimed at developing partial evaluation
techniques for real time and distributed systems. An example of this
is telecommunication applications. As such, this topic combines both
systems and programming language aspects. Applicants should have a
solid background in some of these areas.
Please contact Charles Consel (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you need further
information. To apply send a resume, the name of three references, and
a statement of purpose.
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