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Newsgroups: comp.compilers,
Date: 9 Mar 1997 11:37:30 -0500
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs

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From: Christoph Kessler <>
Subject: Research position available, University of Trier, Germany
Date: Mon, 03 Mar 1997 19:34:42 +0100
Organization: Universitaet Trier

Prof. Dr. Helmut Seidl,
Dr. Christoph W. Kessler
Lehrstuhl fuer Praktische Informatik II
FB IV - Informatik
University of Trier
D-54286 Trier, Germany

                                  RESEARCH POSITION AVAILABLE

The chair of compiler construction at the computer science department
of the University of Trier offers a research assistant position (3/4
BAT IIa) in the project SPARAMAT supported by the Deutsche
Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). The position is limited to 2 years.
Under certain circumstances it can be graded up to 1/1 BAT IIa (for
details see below).

The SPARAMAT project will work out the foundation for a system which
identifies operations on sparse matrices in numerical source programs
(Fortran, C) by pattern matching techniques, with the goal of
exploiting the derived information for the knowledge--based automatic
parallelization of the source program.

Essential for this position is a diploma degree (M.Sc.) in computer
science obtained at a university. Beyond well-founded knowledge in
the analysis and compilation of imperative programs, we expect good
programming skills, cooperation abilities, and the readiness to
familiarize with the issue within short time. Knowledge from
numerical mathematics is welcome.

The department offers the possibility to acquire a PhD degree in
computer science.

The University of Trier aims at increasing the rate of female
scientists and encourages qualified women to apply.

Please send your application (including CV, list of publications,
reports and, if possible, a recommendation letter by a university
professor) to the director of the SPARAMAT project, Prof. Dr. Helmut
Seidl, Lehrstuhl fuer Prakt. Informatik II, FB IV - Informatik,
Universitaet Trier, D-54286 Trier, Germany. Primary consideration
will be given to applications received by April 15, 1997; however,
applications will be accepted for consideration until the position is

Note: According to the DFG guidelines, the research assistant can get
a 1/1 BAT IIa position only if (s)he has a PhD degree or a special
permission by DFG which requires an application for an equivalent job
in industry being accepted by a company. Otherwise we can pay only
3/4 BAT IIa.


From: Michael Sunday <>
Subject: Startup needing code generation (C) in mid east Bay (No. Calif)
Date: Thu, 06 Mar 1997 02:09:00 GMT

Brand new startup requiring background in code generation (preferably
from C). Additional background sought includes instruction scheduling
for superscalar or VLIW processors. Background with embedded
processors and re-targetable code generation all useful.

Well funded tiny company building chip set for specific applications.

Extraordinary stock leverage available.

Michael or Rory Sunday & Associates, Inc.
(800)456-1344 or

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