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Date: 24 May 1999 01:38:28 -0400
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs

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From: George Angelos Papadopoulos <>
Subject: Job Vacancy - CS Dept - Univ of Cyprus
Date: Mon, 17 May 1999 17:03:59 +0300
Organization: Department of Computer Science - University of Cyprus
Address: 75 Kallipoleos Str. -- POB 20537 -- CY-1678 -- Nicosia -- Cyprus
Tel: +357-2-338704(05/06) -- Fax: +357-2-339062

                                          UNIVERSITY OF CYPRUS
                                  DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE

                                              JOB ANNOUNCEMENT


                                  DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS AND MULTIMEDIA

The Department of Computer Science of the University of Cyprus has a
position for a Research Associate within the research project
"Electronic Roads in the Information Society (ERIS)" funded by the
University of Cyprus and other sources. The position is initially for
one (1) year with a possibility for further extension. The annual
salary for a Research Associate is at the A8 scale (about CY # 9,000
but the exact amount will depend on qualifications and prior
experience). [At present CY #1 = 1.2 sterling and CY #1 = 1.9 US
dollars, approximately.]

Project ERIS aims to develop and bring together studies from the areas
of open and distributed (multimedia) systems and middleware platforms
to provide a solid foundation for the technological building of
electronic roads that can be used for cultural and historical
exploration both in space and time. The underlying systems
architecture will be based on the component-based paradigm.

A suitable candidate is expected to have a sufficiently specialised
postgraduate degree in Computer Science or related field from an
accredited University with emphasis in one or more of the following
areas: Parallel and Distributed Systems, Middleware Platforms
(e.g. CORBA), Multimedia Systems. Additional experience in Software
Engineering, Coordination Models, Software Architectures or
Configuration Languages will be considered an advantage.

Anyone interested should apply ASAP to the address below including a
CV together with a short description of their research interests and
background. Furthermore, the applicant should arrange so that three
reference letters in support of his/her application are also sent to
the same address. These documents may be written in Greek and/or
English. Applicants need not be citizens of the Republic of Cyprus.

Address for submissions of applications:

The Registrar [project ERIS]
University of Cyprus
75 Kallipoleos Str
P.O.BOX 20537, CY-1678

Potential applicants requiring further information should contact:

Professor George A. Papadopoulos
Department of Computer Science
University of Cyprus
75 Kallipoleos Str
P.O.BOX 537, CY-1678

Tel: +357-2-338705/06
Fax: +357-2-339062



Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 13:21:21 -0400
From: Kim Daley <>
Subject: The MathWorks Compiler QE Team Lead (Natick MA)

The Mathworks In Natick, Ma Leads The Market In Developing And
Delivering High Performance Interactive Software Products Such As
Matlab To The Engineering And Scientific Communities. We’re
Increasing Our Lead By Hiring The Best People For Every Job In The
Organization. We Work Hard To Make A Place Where People Who Take Pride
In Their Work Can Have Fun And Earn The Respect And The Rewards That
Come From Working In A Successful, Team-oriented Environment.

The mathworks has compiler engineering
positions available. Below is only a taste of what we have available.
Please send resumes via e-mail to

The Quality Engineering Team Leader is responsible for coordinating
the development of test suites and hands-on testing of the MathWorks
Compiler, Math Library, and Graphics Library products as well as the
Language component of MATLAB. As a member of the development team,
he/she will participate in a project from its early design stages and
play a critical role in driving it to final product release. As QE
team leader for these areas, this person will work closely with the
Development team leaders and Program Management as well as individual
QE and Development team members. Team Leader tasks include: scheduling
the QE team's time, managing QE's bugs, reviewing others' test plans
and working with other QE team leaders on QE initiatives.
Qualifications: BS/MS in Computer Science, Engineering or Math; 3-5
years QE experience. 1+ years of team leader experience. Programming
experience in C and C++ required with MATLAB, PERL, or Java
Programming a plus. Familiarity with the UNIX build tools and shell
utilities. Compiler testing and/or development experience strongly

Kim Daley
Recruiting Representative
The MathWorks
p: 508-647-7829
f: 508-647-7003


Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 16:10:28 -0500
From: Danna Stedman <>
Organization: Staff Search
Subject: Compiler engineering manager (Austin TX, recruiter)

Growing Austin software development company is looking for an
experienced Product Engineering Manager to guide research and
development efforts in the Win32, Mac, and Java desktop development
domains. Person will have overall responsibility for ensuring
shipment of assigned products. Product is devleopment tool and team
will write compilers for various versions of the product. Person will
work with other engineering and marketing groups to define schedules,
develop technical business relationships and maintain those
relationships. Person will be responsible for the proper planning,
development, and testing of all facets of assigned products.
Knowledge of a software product development and release cycle is
required. Knowledge specifically of Windows/Macintosh development
markets is strongly suggested. Person must have a bachelor's degree
in CS or EE and five to eight years of experience in software
development. You should have excellent communication skills and be
experienced in managing development teams.


From: "Neil D.Jones" <>
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 17:07:25 +0200
Organization: UNI-C


                              DIKU (Computer Science Department)
                              The University of Copenhagen

                              One postdoctoral position

                              One position as Assistant professor
                                                  or as Associate professor

Qualified persons are invited to seek a postdoctoral position at DIKU with
the Topps group at DIKU, starting in Fall, 1999. Further, a position as
either Associate or Assistant professor in our group will soon be formally
announced along the lines described below; once finalized, it will be
announced formally in Danish publications, and on DIKU's web pages

The postdoctoral position is for 12 months, with a possibility of renewal
(contingent on funding). Salary is approximately $3,000 monthly (the exact
amount depends on several factors such as time since Master's degree).

The Topps research group

Our research group is called Topps, abbreviating the Danish for THEORY AND
PRACTICE OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES. Our research emphasis is on a mixture of
the two; and we seek candidates for these positions whose work shows
substantial activity in both theoretical and practical directions.

Some keywords describing Topps research at DIKU:

Partial evaluation and program specialization (theory and applications)


Termination analysis

C-mix, Similix, lambda-mix

The ML kit

Map Theory

Complexity from a programming perspective

Some recent international activities:

      DIKU Summer school in partial evaluation (1998)

      Dagstuhl seminar on complexity and programming languages (1998)

      POPL 97 program chair (Paris, 1997)

      DIKU Summer school in region inference (1997)

For more information about the Topps group at DIKU including lists of
publications, personnel, projects, etc., see

                                  Expectations for the A/A position:

          The applicant must have a strong research record (or have demonstrated
          strong research potential) within both theoretical and practical
          aspects of programming languages. Some relevant subareas include:
          semantics; types in programming languages; implementation aspects; and
          program analysis, transformation and synthesis.
          (This is not an exhaustive list.)

          Applicants must be qualified to participate in undergraduate and
          graduate teaching, for example in functional programming.

Among well-qualified candidates for the Assistant/Associate professor
position, the Associate will be preferred. The official announcement will
contain the salary range.

The Assistant professorship is for 3 years. It is customary at the end of
the period, if all goes well and budgets allow, to post an Associate
professorship in a related research area.

The Associate professorship is a permanent position.

DEADLINE for application for the postdoctoral position: June 18, 1999.

Please send a curriculum vitae with links to papers or other publications
where possible, and names and contact information for three references.

The deadline for the other position has not yet been fixed, as final
details await handling by the College of Science.

STARTING DATE: as near September 1 as possible.

RESEARCH. Your choice, influenced (we hope) by others in the Topps group.

TEACHING. Typically one course per semester. Postdoc: topics in or near
your research areas. Assistant/Associate professor: topics at graduate or
undergraduate levels.

LANGUAGE: Danes understand and speak English very well. Assistant/Associate
professors are expected to learn Danish,

Neil Jones; reply by email or use contact information below.

Time zone: 6 hours later than New York, e.g., noon in New York is 6 p.m. in
DIKU, Univ. Copenhagen, Universitetsparken 1, 2100 Copenhagen East, DENMARK
            E-mail: Web:
Tel: +45 35321410, DIKU +45 35321400, fax: +45 35321401, home:+45 45868236

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