Compiler positions available for week ending December 8
9 Dec 1996 00:03:58 -0500

          From comp.compilers

Related articles
Compiler positions available for week ending December 8 (1996-12-09)
| List of all articles for this month |

Newsgroups: comp.compilers,
Date: 9 Dec 1996 00:03:58 -0500
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs

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
to a job offer, send mail to the author of the message. To submit a
message, mail it to


From: Lori Pollock <>
Subject: Tenure Track Position Available, University of Delaware
Date: 2 Dec 1996 15:47:51 GMT
Organization: University of Delaware, Newark

                                                  UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE
                                          Tenure-Track Faculty Positions
                                        (One in Networks, one in Systems)

The University of Delaware, centrally located on the East Coast,
within day-trip distance of New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
Washington, invites applications for two tenure-track assistant
professor positions in the Department of Computer and Information
Sciences beginning September 1, 1997. One position will be in the
area of computer networks and the other in the area of systems.
Excellent candidates are sought in all areas of computer networks,
particularly wireless communications. For the systems position,
excellent candidates are sought in computer architecture, operating
systems, programming languages, software engineering, and
multimedia. Responsibilities of these positions include research,
pursuit of external funding, supervision of graduate student research,
and graduate and undergraduate teaching. The normal teaching load is
3 courses per year. A Ph.D. degree or its equivalent is required.

The Department offers bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees and
has 14 tenure-track faculty, 3 visiting faculty, and 5 research
faculty, along with about 100 graduate students, a majority of whom
are pursuing the Ph.D. The department enjoys significant external
funding, including a recent award to the UD networking faculty of $3
million as part of a $45 million five-year industry/university
consortium to form a new Army Federated Research Laboratory in
telecommunications/information distribution. Additional information
about the Department can be found at

Candidates should send a curriculum vitae to Dr. Sandra Carberry,
Chair, Faculty Search Committee, Department of Computer and
Information Sciences, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716.
In addition, candidates should have three confidential letters of
reference sent by January 15, 1997 to the above address or by
email to All applications received by
January 15, 1997 will be considered.

The UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE is an Equal Opportunity Employer which
encourages applications from Minority Group Members and Women.


From: (Sajal Das)
Subject: Faculty Positions Available, Univ. of North Texas
Date: 5 Dec 1996 18:04:01 GMT
Organization: University of North Texas, Denton

                                                    FACULTY POSITIONS

                                              UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS
                                            COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
                                          DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCES

The Department of Computer Sciences at the University of North Texas
invites applications for several anticipated tenure-track faculty
positions starting Fall 1997, subject to budgetary approval. A
Ph.D. in Computer Science or a related field is required at the time
of employment. For entry level positions, candidates must provide
evidence of a strong commitment to excellent teaching and research.
Applicants at higher ranks must also demonstrate successful grant
activities as well as leadership in research. Salary is competitive,
commensurate with rank and experience. Currently, the department has a
special need for faculty in applied computer science research,
including telecommunications software and networking, programming
languages, software development, architecture and operating systems,
and multimedia systems.

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 14 faculty, and offers BS/MS/PhD
programs to approximately 400 undergraduate and 100 graduate
majors. Current faculty research interests include algorithms,
architecture, collaborative computing, artificial intelligence, data
compression, databases, distributed computing, operating systems,
parallel computing, scientific computing, mobile 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 immediately, including the
names of at least three references, to:

Faculty Search Committee
Department of Computer Sciences
University of North Texas
P.O. Box 13886
Denton, TX 76203-6886

Telephone: (817) 565-4256 FAX: (817) 565-2799

For E-mail inquiry, please contact For additinal
information, please find on WWW the home page using the URL:

The search committee will start screening applications beginning
January 1, and will continue until all positions are filled.

UNT is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages
applications/nominations from women and members of minority groups.


Post a followup to this message

Return to the comp.compilers page.
Search the comp.compilers archives again.