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From: "anna.michienzi" <email@example.com>
Subject: Analog Devices Compiler Engineering Opportunities - 6/16/97
Date: Mon, 16 Jun 1997 11:51:42 -0400
COMPILER DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERS
NORWOOD, MA COMPUTER PRODUCTS DIVISION
At Analog Devices our DSP Development Tools group is building one of
the industry’s most advanced and complete line of DSP hardware and
software tools available in the world today. As an integral part of
our Computer Products Division, this key group develops state-of
-the-art code generation and debugging tools which allow our customers
to bring their Fixed/Floating-Point DSP products quickly and
efficiently to market. With a record of explosive growth and
burgeoning customer demand, it’s clear...Digital Signal Processing
is one of today’s hottest technologies and Analog Devices is an
undisputed leader in this exciting field. In respond to this demand
we are seeking the most talented ‘Compiler Development
Engineers’ the industry has to offer. Now is the time to bring your
Compiler development expertise to an environment where opportunity is
boundless and achievement is truly valued.
Specify ,design, and implement C language extensions, global compiler
optimizations and retargets of optimizing compilers to DSP processors.
Positions are also available for compiler library developers to write
C runtime libraries and library support routines for DSP applications.
MS/Ph.D. in CS, CSE or EE and 5+ years of compiler development
experience. Strong C/C++, assembly level development skills, and a
proven track record using solid design methodologies a must. Knowledge
of DSP/microprocessor architectures a plus.
Analog Devices offers competitive salaries and a valuable benefits
package; including a biannual bonus plan based on company performance,
an employee stock purchase plan, an exceptional company participating
401(k) plan and much more.
Please respond to:
Anna Michienzi, Human Resources, Analog Devices, One Technology Way,
Norwood, MA 02062
Visit our home page at http://www.analog.com
Analog Devices is an equal opportunity employer
Date: Fri, 20 Jun 1997 11:02:30 +0100 (BST)
From: Henk Muller <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Lectureships in Computer Architecture (Bristol, UK)
The Department of Computer Science of the University of Bristol, UK,
is continuing its rapid growth and is appointing four new
lecturers. New research themes are being developed, linked with
innovative teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
The department has a lively research culture and was rated grade 5A in
the 1996 Research Assessment Exercise. Its major research activities
are currently in computer architecture, multimedia (including vision,
image processing and graphics), declarative programming and machine
The department has strong links with the computer, communications,
microelectronics and media industries. It is a partner in PACT, a
research centre in computer architecture and software, and hosts the
Safety Systems Research Centre. A major new initiative on multimedia
computing and content creation, supported within the Technology
Foresight Programme, started in April 1997.
Applications from candidates with interests in computer architecture,
compilers and operating systems are especially welcomed. Informal
enquiries can be obtained from Professor David May by email
(email@example.com) or telephone +44 117 954 5134.
University of Bristol, MV Building, Woodland Road, Bristol, BS8 1UB, UK
Tel +441179545132 Fax +441179545208 http://www.cs.bris.ac.uk/
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