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Date: 23 Feb 1997 22:36:04 -0500
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs

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Date: Wed, 19 Feb 1997 00:49:07 -0500
From: (Robert P. Weaver)
Subject: Faculty positions at Drexel, Philadelphia

Drexel University
Department Of Mathematics And Computer Science
Tenure-Track Positions In Computer Science

Applications are invited for several anticipated tenure-track
positions at all levels beginning September 1, 1997. Applicants must
possess a doctoral degree in computer science or equivalent and show a
strong record and commitment to teaching and research. Applicants for
senior positions should demonstrate outstanding records of achievement
commensurate with the level of appointment, including a track record
of external support and research group leadership. We are especially
interested in applicants working in software engineering, parallel
processing, scientific computation, databases, programming languages,
and computer networks.

Drexel University is a private, nonsectarian urban university, founded
in 1891. Total enrollment is approximately 8,000 students, including
5200 full-time day undergraduates. A pioneer in cooperative education
since 1919, Drexel operates one of the largest co-operative education
programs in the nation. It is near downtown Philadelphia (University
City), conveniently located in the midst of Philadelphia's academic,
cultural, and historical resources. Its proximity to Philadelphia's
main rail and highway links makes the US East Coast from Washington to
Boston easily accessible.

The MCS Department is a broad-based academic unit in the College of
Arts and Sciences, offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs
in both Mathematics and Computer Science. It is among the largest
departments at Drexel, with 25 full-time faculty, 350 undergraduates,
and 120 graduate students. Student societies include ACM, Upsilon Pi
Epsilon, Pi Mu Epsilon, and SIAM student chapters. The department
offers minors and dual degree programs in mathematics and computer
science. Students can also pursue dual degrees with other
departments. The undergraduate computer science program is accredited
by the Computing Science Accreditation Board. The departmental
computing environment includes Sun4 servers, Unix workstations, X
terminals, Windows-based PC's, and Macintoshes connected to the Drexel
campus network backbone and the Internet.

Send letter of application, resume and list of references to CS Search
Committee Chair, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science,
Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA 19104 (phone: 215-895-2668; fax:
215-895-1582; e-mail: Evaluations will
begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Drexel
University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.


From: Michael Sunday <>
Subject: Back end and tools compiler engineers (San Francisco area)
Date: Thu, 20 Feb 1997 18:05:52 -0800
Organization: Sunday & Associates, Inc.

Compiler projects with an established OS development firm in the east
bay nr. Oakland, Berkeley etc. Preference for any sort of back end
experience. However, four opportunities available, two being more

Therefore, related front end compiler, linker, debugger background is
useful. Possibility of relocation. Salary to the high $80's.

Michael Sunday
Sunday & Associates, 800 456-1344

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