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From: Melissa Barkan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Compiler jobs at OpenCon Systems, New Jersey
Date: Tue, 17 Mar 1998 13:52:26 -0500
OpenCon System's TMN (Telecommunication Management Network) Gateway
group has immediate openings in the areas of compiler technologies.
The selected candidates shall be responsible for the design,
implementation and testing of the following languages:
1. CORBA IDL
2. TL1 ( Transaction Language 1)
The selected candidate(s) shall also be responsible for the design,
implementation and testing of the data mapping and translation
language and compiler to be used to translate the information model
between the management domains.
Qualifications for the positions include:
1. a strong compiler construction background
2. working knowledge of C++
3. BS, MS or Ph.D degree in Computer Science
4. strong communication skills
5. excellent team player
For immediate consideration, please send your resume to:
OpenCon Systems, Inc.
377 Hoes Lane
Piscataway, New Jersey 08854
Date: Wed, 18 Mar 1998 16:20:12 GMT
From: Rizos Sakellariou <email@example.com>
Subject: University research jobs, Manchester, UK
The University of Manchester
Department of Computer Science
Research Associate Posts in the Centre For Novel Computing (5 posts)
The Centre for Novel Computing (CNC) (see http://www.cs.man.ac.uk/cnc/)
is an inter-disciplinary research group with a focus on (parallel) High
Performance Computing (HPC). It has HPC research tracks in applications
and algorithms (both numeric and non-numeric), compilation, and
run-time/operating systems, and is about to undergo a significant
expansion. Up to five posts, associated with EPSRC and EC Framework IV
funded projects, are now available in the Centre, and we would welcome
applications from people with expertise in any of the following areas:
Two operating system posts are available in a European NUMA architecture
project. The aim of the project is to utilise the unique features of new
distributed shared memory hardware (based on Pentium processors) by means
of a lightweight operating system (Arena, http://www.cs.man.ac.uk/cnc/arena/)
to give optimal application performance.
The posts will suit applicants with operating systems internals experience and
an interest in novel high-performance operating systems and architectures.
The posts will involve collaboration with other operating systems,
compiler and applications groups in Britain and continental Europe.
This post might focus on various aspects of compiling code to exploit
parallelism. Recent compiler work within the CNC has concentrated on
transformations and strategies for directive-based, source-to-source
program restructuring, and the interaction between high-level and low-level
This post is associated with research into the implementation and
performance evaluation of real-world applications on state-of-the-art
parallel computers, including an SGI O2000 and a prototype European
supercomputer. There is a strong emphasis in the CNC on transferring expert
programmer techniques for performance improvement into automated tools,
such as the compiler.
Parallel programming expertise in a high level language, such as FORTRAN or
C/C++, (using directives, message-passing or thread-based approaches) would
be an advantage.
Parallel Numerical Algorithms:
This post is associated with a project that involves the design and
analysis of new parallel algorithms for the computation of a number of
(dense) matrix functions, such as the square root, the sign function etc.,
that occur in important applications in Science and Engineering. It will
be funded by an EPSRC grant held jointly with Professor N.J.Higham in the
Department of Mathematics.
A background in Numerical Linear Algebra and expertise in parallel
programming in a high level language, such as FORTRAN, would be an
The posts are tenable for varying periods, between one and three years in
the first instance, at a salary of between 15,159 pounds and 19,371 pounds,
depending upon experience and qualifications, on the RA 1A scale. Informal
enquiries may be made to Dr. Len Freeman, Department of Computer Science,
University of Manchester, Manchester, M13 9PL, UK (tel: (+44) 161 275 7190,
fax: (+44) 161 275 6204, email: firstname.lastname@example.org). For further
particulars and an application form please contact the Office of the
Director of Personnel, University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester,
M13 9PL, UK (tel: (+44) 161 275 2028, fax: (+44) 161 275 5306, email:
email@example.com, web site: http://www.man.ac.uk. Closing date for
applications is 6 April 1998. Please quote reference number 200/98.
As an Equal Opportunities Employer, The University of Manchester welcomes
applications from suitably qualified people of all sections of the
community regardless of race, religion, gender or disability.
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