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Date: 18 May 1998 00:12:00 -0400
Organization: Compilers Central
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From: Kelly Atkinson <>
Subject: positions availble at OGI
Date: Tue, 12 May 1998 08:51:55 +0000
Organization: Oregon Graduate Institute

The Pacific Software Research Center, (
) at the Oregon Graduate Institute is now recruiting highly qualified
individuals at all levels. We currently have openings for faculty (at
all ranks), post-doctoral positions, programmers, and Ph.D. students.

The Center explores declarative techniques for dramatically improving
the software development process. The Center is composed of faculty
(John Launchbury, James Hook, Richard Kieburtz, Tim Sheard, and Andrew
Tolmach), graduate students and professional staff, and currently
numbers over a dozen full-time technical people.

Qualification lists for each of the positions follow below, as well as
a description of the center's current activities. The positions will
remain opened until filled.


FACULTY POSITIONS - Successful candidates will possess a Ph.D. in
computer science or some closely related area. They will have
research interests which lie with-in arms length of existing research
interests of the center, and whose work will be complimentary to
existing personnel. They will build a strong research program that
publishes new and novel results, and attracts excellent students.
They will be well acquainted with grant and proposal writing, and
manage research projects within the center employing post-docs,
programmers, students and professional staff.

The center is recruiting faculty at all ranks. In the Pacific Software
Research Center, the faculty are responsible for attracting external
funding to reach the centers goals. It is the policy of the Center for
senior faculty to mentor junior faculty. All faculty are expected to
help set the Center's policy and direction.

POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE (position #CSE 1-1-98)- Successful
candidates will be responsible for daily project operations; build
large complex systems using state of the art functional language
technology; be involved in team efforts with responsibilities for
meeting project deliverables; be responsible for planning and
performing research work to ensure project success; participate in
proposal writing. Qualifications These positions require a Ph.D. in a
relevant field, together with knowledge of software engineering
principles and significant knowledge and experience implementing large
systems with functional languages; excellent communications skills and
the ability to work in teams; a solid grounding in programming
languages and compiler construction or in verification
technology. Specific areas of interest include: Software-enabled
control Domain-specific languages as carrier for formal methods,
Hardware Specification and Verification, DSL construction
infrastructure, Industrial DSL demonstrations, functional language

PROGRAMMER STAFF (position #CSE 3-1-98) - Successful candidates will
have extensive knowledge in using modern applicative languages (such
as SML and Haskell) to program large complex systems. Knowledge of
integrating such system with traditional environments (Unix,
Windows-95/NT) is a strong plus. Interests in Software-enabled
control, and Domain Specific Language design would also be useful.

Ph.D. STUDENTS - Successful applicants will have broad knowledge in
computing science plus intense interest in improving the state of the
art in software construction. The applicants will speak English
fluently, work well in teams, be self motivated. Interests in all
areas are encouraged.

The Pacific Software Research Center has active research programs in
compiler technology for functional languages, meta-programming and the
use of design automation tools for software generation, specification,
semantics and implementation of domain specific languages (including
domain analysis), automatic program optimization using fusion and
partial evaluation, the specification of microprocessor
microarchitectures using functional languages, and the use of formal
methods for specification, analysis and verification.

The Oregon Graduate Institute of Science & Technology is an
independent graduate school and research institute located just to the
west of Portland, Oregon. The Pacific Software Research Center is a
component of OGI's Department of Computer Science and Engineering.

* * *

To apply for the FACULTY POSITION, please send a brief description of
research interests, the names of at least three references, and a
resume with a list of publications to:

Chair, Recruiting Committee
Department of Computer Science & Engineering
Oregon Graduate Institute of Science & Technology,
P.O. Box 91000
Portland, OR 97291-1000 USA

Questions about the application procedure can be directed to Other questions (but please no application
materials!) may be directed to Professor Tim Sheard
(, fax : 503-690-1548, phone: 503-690-1439.

* * *

positions, please send a CV with a brief description of your
experience, education, research accomplishments and interests,
including the names of at least three references to:

Position #CSE 1-1-98 (for the Postdoctoral Research Associate position)
    - or -
Position #CSE 3-1-98 (for the Programmer position)

Personnel Office
Oregon Graduate Institute of Science & Technology,
P.O. Box 91000
Portland, OR 97291-1000 USA

Questions about the application procedure can be directed to Other questions (but please no application
materials!) may be directed to Professor Tim Sheard
(, fax : 503-690-1548, phone: 503-690-1439.

* * *

To apply to the Ph.D. PROGRAM, application forms are available by

Office of Admissions
Oregon Graduate Institute of Science & Technology,
P.O. Box 91000
Portland, OR 97291-1000 USA
Phone: (503) 690-1027
Toll-free 1 (800) 685-2423
FAX: (503) 690-1285
Applicants with forms-capable web browsers may apply at

OGI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and particularly welcomes
applications from qualified women, minorities, and individuals with
disabilities. Appointment is subject to the availability of funding.


Date: Wed, 13 May 1998 13:53:46 -0700
From: Brandon Perry <>
Subject: Open Compiler Position, Redwood City CA

Job Title: Compiler Engineer
Start Date: May 25, 1998
Duration: Permanent
Job Location: Redwood City, CA
Pay Rate: $Very Attractive, DOE

Job Description:

If compilers are your interest, you're in the right place. This
new position will challenge and excite you engineers who want to try
something different that will make your mind work overtime. You will
be working on compiler front-end construction in a unique
cross-platform environment for internal tools development. The
company is a strong, well founded Silicon Valley powerhouse that
offers many benefits and perks.

Your senior experience and background include:
Solid C coding experience
Cross platform development experience
Compiler construction
Experience with VMS is a plus also

Don' pass up this opportunity for a great position in a fabulous company.
Call or apply today!

BS or MS in Computer Science, or equivalent.

Contact information:
Brandon Perry
Software Engineering Solutions, Inc.
914 N. Rengstorff Ave. Mountain View, CA 94043
(650) 969-0141 (650) 969-0177 Fax
E-mail: (please e-mail your resume in ASCII format)

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