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Keywords: jobs
Organization: Compilers Central
Date: Sun, 2 Jul 1995 12:00:00 GMT

This is a digest of ``help wanted'' and ``position available'' messages
received at comp.compilers during the preceding week. Messages must
advertise a position having something to do with compilers and must also
conform to the guidelines periodically posted in
Positions that remain open may be re-advertised once a month. To respond
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From: (search)
Subject: Academic post in Japan (Aizu University)
Date: 25 Jun 1995 03:20:40 GMT
Organization: University of Aizu, Fukushima, Japan

A faculty position is open in the Language Processing Systems Lab at
the University of Aizu, Japan at the equivalent to Assistant or
Associate Professor depending on qualifications and experience.
Current research interests within the
lab include natural language processing, logic and functional
programming, parallel processing and parallel processing languages.
Anyone with research interests in the broad area of language
processing including - but not necessarily limited to these areas -
is encouraged to apply. Teaching duties, no matter what the research
interests, must include the ability to teach basic compiler
techniques and programming languages. Being able to teach in
Japanese is an important asset but not a necessity. The working
language of the Lab as well as most of the University is English.
Conditions of
employment are identical to those described in the original
advertisement for the University which appeared in the April, 1992
issue of the Communications of the ACM (page 154).

Information about the
University of Aizu may be found at the following location on the WWW:

Applications will be initially accepted until July 7th and a
selection process will be begun immediately. It is not likely that
any interviews will take place before September. If suitable
candidates are not found from those applying, the post will be

Please send three copies of your resume and a list of three
referees (hard copy only!) to

Software Department Faculty Search Committee
University of Aizu
Aizu Wakamatsu 965-80 Japan

Send a message to saying that you are applying
and sending your resume. Other inquiries to this e-mail address.
Do NOT send resumes via e-mail!

Please re-post this advertisement to anyone or to any newsgroup
which might be applicable.


Full-Name: Paul Chan
Subject: HP Compiler Jobs, California
Date: Thu, 29 Jun 95 18:11:42 PDT
From: Paul Chan <>

Hewlett-Packard Company has an immediate need for engineers in the
area of compiler development in our Cupertino, California Languages
Lab. These are all full-time positions.

The California Languages Lab also has many exiting opportunities for
HP's Student Employment and Educational Development (SEED) program that
allow students to get hands-on experience in their field.

To apply for either full-time positions or the SEED program, please contact:

           Julie Rygaard
                                MailStop 100D
HP Bay Area Staffing
Pacific Technology Park
1266 Kifer Rd.
Sunnyvale, CA 94086
                                Fax# 408-773-6302

or send email to


Description of positions:

    C and C++ compiler front-end developer - design, implement, and test compiler
    front-end components. You will work closely with the code generation and
    optimization groups to develop the compiler products for HP's current and
    next generation computer architecture.

    COBOL developer - design, implement, and test COBOL intermediate code to
    HP's intermediate code generation component for the new generation
    computer architecture; design, implement, and test COBOL native dynamic
    loading. You will work closely with HP's COBOL vendor and with the
    code generation and optimization groups to develop the compiler and
    environments products for HP's current and next generation computer

    Code generation developer - design, implement, and test the code generation
    component for the current and new generation computer architecture.

    Low-level optimization developer - design, implement, and test state-of-the-
    art optimization techniques in the areas of instruction scheduling, register
    allocation, global optimizations, memory hierarchy management and predicated
    execution. You will work closely with architecture and hardware groups and
    optimize the system design with the best tradeoffs between compiler
    optimization, architecture and processor implementation. You will have the
    opportunity to work on compiler optimization for the current and next
    generation computer architecture.

    Linker and loader toolset developer - design, implement, and test new linker
    and loader techniques to be used by the current and next generation computer

    Optimization/performance support engineer - increase the level of compiler
    optimization usage and hence performance of strategic applications on HP
    platforms. Involves consultation and hands-on performance tuning. Also
    increase the level of optimization usage among general customers by
    improving optimizer marketing, training and consulting materials,
    optimizer usability and customer awareness.

    Compiler technology partner support engineer - analyze compiler technology
    requests from HP's PA-RISC partners (vendors who have licensed the PA-RISC
    architecture) and software development ISVs; make technology licensing
    proposals. Provide technical consultation, training and account management.

    All of these exciting positions have ample room for growth and will
    contribute significantly to HP's success in the next decade.

Requirements for Above full-time Position:

o BS, MS or Ph.D degree in Computer Science.
o Solid understanding of compiler construction, linker construction and
      runtime support for compiler languages.
o Solid understanding of compiler optimization fundamentals and theory.
o Strong background in computer architecture and processor micro-architecture.
o Strong understanding of how architecture, compilers and processor
      implementation impact performance.
o Previous design and implementation experience in compiler optimizations
o Strong communication and teamwork skills.

Requirements for the SEED Program:

o Completion of freshman year in college (minimum).
o Strong academic achievement in Computer Science course work.
o Availability for at least 10 consecutive weeks of
      employment during the calendar year.


The California Languages Lab is responsible for delivering language
products for all HP Computer systems based on the 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 emphasize on teamwork, initiative, innovation and
appropriate risk-taking. You will work with a highly motivated and
successful team.

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: (Marcin Paprzycki)
Subject: Visiting Position -- one year -- West Texas
Date: 30 Jun 1995 13:39:50 GMT
Organization: Adam Mickiewicz University of Poznan

an appointment as Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science.
The position begins September 1, 1995. Candidates should have a
Ph.D. in computer science and be able to contribute to both the
teaching and research missions of the department. Primary teaching
responsibilities will be in computer organization,
parallel/distributed systems, and introductory C programming.
Computing facilities include several VAX systems and access to a Cray
T916 via remote login to the UT Austin Computation Center. The State
of Texas requires that all faculty in higher education be proficient
in both written and spoken English. Candidates whose first language
is not English will be expected to provide evidence of such
proficiency. Interested persons should send a resume and the names
and addresses of at least three references to:

Dr. Douglas F. Hale
UT Permian Basin
4901 E. University
Odessa, TX 79762

or electronically to:

EEO/AA employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities
are encouraged to apply.


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