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From: email@example.com (Cheryl Erickson)
Subject: SR R&D ENGINEER - DELAY CALCULATION SYSTEM, SYNOPSYS, INC.
Date: 19 Aug 1996 20:32:32 GMT
About the Company
Synopsys, Inc. (NASDAQ:SNPS) develops, markets and supports high-level
design automation models and software for designers of integrated circuits
(ICs) and electronic systems. The company pioneered the commercial
development of synthesis technology, which serves as the foundation of the
company's high-level design methodology. Synopsys offers a comprehensive set
of synthesis, simulation, test, and design reuse solutions, which support
both Verilog( HDL and VHDL.
SR R&D Engineer - Delay Calculation System (DCS)
You will be responsible for implementation of a new compiler for the OVI
Delay Calculation Language (DCL). This will include research of the
existing DCL specification and compiler software, defining architecture of
the new compiler, developing parser and C code generation from the DCL
source. The engineer will focus on the language compilation sub-system of
the new Synopsys Delay Calculation System (DCS). The work will involve
software system architecture design and code development. The engineer is
expected to specify, design, implement, document and test large, complex
software embodying state of the art compiler techniques. A complete
language compilation system including debugging utilities and application
methodology are expected as the result. Must be able to write/design
efficient software without significant supervision
Experience: The candidate should have experience developing and/or
supporting a commercial programming language compiler/code-generation
system. EDA tool development experience is preferred but not essential.
Experience should include writing, reviewing, analyzing large bodies of
software. A strong background in UNIX, C, and related software development
tools and process is required. The preferred candidate should have optional
experience with one or more of the following: ASIC EDA tools and
methodology, logic level cell timing model, ASIC cell characterization &
measurement, and circuit design. Education: A MS in Electrical Engineering
or Computer Science with five-year related work experience, or comparable
credential, is required.
If interested in this position please send your resume to:
700 East Middlefield Road, MS MV-B1
Attn: Cheryl Erickson, Dept. CE-SSC
Mountain View, Ca 94043-4033
E-mail in ASCII text: firstname.lastname@example.org
An equal opportunity employer.
From: email@example.com (Weiping Shi)
Subject: Visiting Positions Available at U of North Texas, Denton
Date: 19 Aug 1996 23:23:05 GMT
Organization: University of North Texas, Denton
VISITING FACULTY POSITIONS
The Department of Computer Science at the University of North Texas invites
applications for several non-tenure-track faculty positions at the rank of
visiting assistant professor or lecturer. The appointment are for one year,
starting Fall of 1996. The main responsibility is to teach undergraduate
computer science courses. A Ph.D. in Computer Science or a related field is
required at the time of employment. Candidates with excellent teaching
records will be given higher priority.
With over 800 regular faculty and over 26,000 students, one third graduate
students, UNT is the largest state-supported university in north Texas.
Located 40 miles north of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex and surrounded by
high-tech industries, Denton combines a small town atmosphere with the
advantages of a major metropolitan area. Opportunities for consulting and
joint research with industry are excellent.
The department currently consists of 16 faculty, and offers BS/MS/PhD
programs to approximately 400 undergraduate and 100 graduate majors. Current
faculty research interests include algorithms, architecture, artificial
intelligence, data compression, databases, distributed computing, graph
theory, neural networks, operating systems, parallel computing, scientific
computing, and VLSI. The faculty has external funding from NSF, AFOSR, Army,
Texas Advanced Research and Technology Programs and local industries.
Applicants should submit their resumes by Wednesday, August 21, 1996,
including the names of at least three references, to:
By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (in text, LaTeX, or postscript)
By FAX: (817) 565-2799
By mail: Faculty Search Committee
Department of Computer Sciences
University of North Texas
P.O. Box 13886
Denton, TX 76203-6886
For inquiry, please contact email@example.com or call (817) 565-2767.
The search committee will start screening applications as soon as
the applications arrive and will continue until the positions are filled.
UNT is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages
applications/nominations from women and members of minority groups.
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