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Newsgroups: comp.compilers,
Keywords: jobs
Organization: Compilers Central
Date: Thu, 20 Apr 1995 00:14:42 GMT

This is a digest of ``help wanted'' and ``position available'' messages
received at comp.compilers during the preceding week. Messages must
advertise a position having something to do with compilers and must also
conform to the guidelines periodically posted in
Positions that remain open may be re-advertised once a month. To respond
to a job offer, send mail to the author of the message. To submit a
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From: (Calton Pu)
Subject: postdoc position available
Organization: Oregon Grad. Inst. Computer Science and Eng., Beaverton

WANTED: Postdoc for Internet software research project at OGI

We are starting an ARPA funded project in the area of integration of
information services. The position of postdoc will be open from June
1995 for a period of up to three years. Desirable qualifications for
this position include a PhD in computer science or a relevant related
area and practical experience in one or more of following areas:
programming languages and compilers, database systems, and Internet
information services. The postdoc will conduct research, design, and
implementation of software to support the flexible integration of
next-generation heterogeneous information services on the Internet.

This position is part of the Agile/Harvest project, which is
developing software for a variety of information discovery and
interoperation tools. Project principal investigators are: Michael
Schwartz of University of Colorado, Calton Pu of Oregon Graduate
Institute, and Carl Malamud of Internet Multicasting Services. The
postdoc position is at OGI, located near Portland, Oregon, in the
beautiful Pacific Northwest. The research focus at OGI will be on the
interoperation between high level application protocols and databases.

For more information, please contact:

Prof. Calton Pu
Dept. Computer Science and Engineering
Oregon Graduate Institute
P.O. Box 91000
Portland, OR 97291-1000

phone: (503) 690-1214
fax: (503) 690-1553



Organization: Scientific Placement, Inc.
From: (KJS)
Subject: Production Compiler devlopr (TX)

Near Houston, Texas
Develop leading edge compiler technology and development tool products to
support our modern high-performance microprocessors. We are seeking skilled
Computer Scientists to help us meet the challenge of providing the world's
best optimizing compilers, assemblers and source debuggers for a wide range
of architectures.
In today's world of RISC, on-chip parallelism, superscalar execution, and
customized instruction sets, development tools such as optimizing compilers
and source-level debuggers are just as important as the processors
themselves. We are finding solutions for these challenges through active
research and hands-on development in several areas of technology, including:
rapidly retargetable compilers- instruction scheduling- register allocation-
software pipelining and other loop optimization- interprocedural
optimization- rapidly retargetable assemblers- algebraic and other modern
assembler paradigms- assembly code compactors- architecture evaluation- real
time debug multiprocessing- debug modern validation strategies- advanced
customer support strategies.

We are not simply thinking about these topics or conducting experiments, we
are implementing these capabilities and delivering them to thousands of
users who need them. Our customers use our products to develop trend-setting
applications like digital cellular telephones, high quality consumer
electronics, advanced imaging and graphics systems and anti-skid braking
systems to name just a few.

If you want to apply your Computer Science background in a practical
engineering environment, if you like to program in C and you're good at it,
if you want to work on the industry's most advanced compiler and debugger
technology, and you want a relaxed atmosphere that encourages independent
thinking, then this is the job for you. We're looking for these
BS or MS in Computer Science- Knowledge of programming in C and assembly
language- Familiarity with UNIX and DOS- Familiarity with several
development and debug environments-


Karl Skadowski
Scientific Placement, Inc.
POBox 19949
Houston, TX 77224-9949
Voice 713-496-6100
Fax 713-496-6802

Please refer to JO# JO3420KJS in your response, or by regular mail at P.O. Box 19949, Houston, TX 77224-9949.


From: "Cheryl Erickson" <>

Taligent is developing a new application system environment based on
object-oriented technology, which will be open for extension at all levels
by software developers, hardware OEMs and system vendors. Taligent, along
with its investors, will license, market and support its software products

Founded in March 1992, Taligent Inc. is an independent system software
company, initially founded by Apple Computer, Inc. and IBM Corporation. In
January 1994, Hewlett-Packard became Taligents third major investor by
purchasing a 15 percent stake in the company.


You will be responsible for managing the delivery of the C++ compiler for
CommonPoint. This compiler includes industry leading technology in the areas
of C++ implementation and incremental technology. The compiler is delivered
standalone as well as part of the integrated development environment. You
will also play a key role determining Taligent's tool strategies. Requires 5
years experience managing compilers targeted at multiple platforms.
Experience with C++ and IDE's is preferred.

Please send your resume to:

Taligent, Inc.
Attn: Staffing CE-DC
10201 N. DeAnza Blvd.
Cupertino, CA 95014-2000

FAX 408 777-5481
E-M to




From: (Ashoke Deb)
Summary: tenure track faculty position (re-posting)
Organization: CS Dept., Memorial University of Newfoundland

                            Department of Computer Science
                          St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada


                              TENURE TRACK FACULTY POSITION


The department invites qualified applications at the rank of assistant
professorship (tenure track).

Expertise in the areas of program specification and design, theory of
programming languages, distributed computing, is particularly sought,
although strong candidates in other areas will also be considered.

Candidates should have a Ph.D. in computer science with a strong commitment
to research and teaching. Duties include undergraduate and graduate teaching,
supervision of M.Sc. and Ph.D. students, and active research.

The Department of Computer Science offers undergraduate and graduate programs
at the M.Sc. and Ph.D. level. It has over 20 faculty and 16 staff members.
Active research areas include theoretical computer science, parallel and
distributed computing, scientific computing, software systems and artificial

The department provides a UNIX software development environment supported by a
network of RISC workstations and servers. An optical fibre link allows access
to additional university computing facilities.

Memorial University has a student population of about 17,000. St. John's is
the provincial capital with a population of over 150,000. It enjoys a
moderate climate and offers numerous outdoor activities throughout the year.

The appointment will begin 1 September 1995. Salary will be commensurate
with qualifications and experience. Applications will be entertained
until the position is filled, although applications received by 15 May 1995
will get the first consideration.

Applications including the curriculum vitae and names of at least three
referees with e-mail and regular addresses, telephone and fax numbers,
should be sent to:

  Search Committee
  Department of Computer Science
  Memorial University of Newfoundland
  St. John's, Newfoundland
  Canada A1B 3X5

  tel: (709) 737-4090
  fax: (709) 737-2009

In accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, this
advertisement is directed towards Canadian citizens and permanent
residents of Canada. Memorial University is committed to employment


From: (Erann Gat)
Subject: Job opening at JPL, Pasadena
Organization: Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Employment Opportunity for persons with advanced language
implementation skills:

The Machine Learning Systems (MLS) Group at the Jet Propulsion
Laboratory (JPL), California Institute of Technology is seeking
candidates to work on the implementation of an advanced control
architecture for autonomous systems under hard real-time constraints.

We are particularly interested in persons with a strong background in
language implementation, including compiler and interpreter
implementation, and implementation of runtime support libraries for
dynamic languages (e.g. garbage collectors). Openings include both
permanent full-time and temporary positions.

A candidate must hold a degree in Computer Science, Electrical
Engineering or related area, and must possess programming skills in C,
Lisp and Unix.

Ideally, a candidate would also have some background in one or more
of the following areas: real-time embedded systems (especially vxWorks),
compilers, Lisp internals, robotics, and/or artificial intelligence.

If you are interested in this position, please send a resume and any
other supporting materials to the address below (electronic submission
of resumes encouraged). Please include an e-mail address and phone
number at which you can be reached. Please include information on your
citizenship status with your application.

                        Dr. Erann Gat
                        Jet Propulsion Laboratory, MS 525-3660
                        California Institute of Technology
                        Pasadena, California 91109-8099

Send email submissions to:


From: Santosh Pande <>
Subject: Visiting Faculty Position Available - Parallelizing Compilers

The Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) Department
at Ohio University invites applications for a visiting faculty
position at the rank of Assistant Professor. The position begins
September 1995 and is presently available for AY 1995-96.

The duties include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses
in the areas of Programming Languages, Compilers or Parallel
Computing and participating in research in the area of
Parallelizing Compilers, which is one of the strongest areas in the
department. The broad topic of present research is `Program
Partitioning and Scheduling on Distributed Memory Systems', which
is currently supported by the National Science Foundation.

Ohio University has excellent facilities that include a state of
the art Parallel Computing Laboratory, access to Ohio
Supercomputing Center and other national supercomputing facilities.
In addition the department has several SPARC workstations,
a multi-media lab, and an internet working lab. For a brief
description of the department and the university, please see the
end of this posting.

Recent Ph.D graduates with good publication records are strongly
encouraged to apply. Please send a copy of your resume along with
a list of three references and a one page research plan. The
screening of applications will begin June 5th. The salary will be
commensurate with the qualifications.

Please send your application IMMEDIATELY to:

Dr. Santosh Pande
Visiting Faculty Search
573 Morton Hall
Department of Computer Science
Ohio University
Athens, OH 45701-2979

E-mail :
Telephone : 614-593-1251
Fax : 614-593-0406

Ohio University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action

  -----------------Brief Information-------------------------------

About the Department:

The EECS department is the largest department in the College of
Engineering and has about 32 tenure-track faculty members. It
offers B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. programs. Current external research
support exceeds $3.5 million. Active research areas in Computer
Science division include Parallel and Distributed Computing,
Multi-media Information Systems, Internetworking and Algorithms and
Complexity Theory.

About the University:

Ohio University (OU) is the first institution of higher learning in
the northwest territory and was chartered by the state of Ohio in
1804. OU is a major comprehensive state university in Ohio and
offers undergraduate degrees in 250 majors in ten colleges. There
are about 19,000 students enrolled in the main campus (Athens).
About 3,000 students enroll in a variety of master's and doctoral
programs and the College of Osteopathic Medicine. OU is designated
as a Research II University by the Carnegie Foundation.

About the City:

OU is located in Athens. Athens is the second oldest settlement in
Ohio and is located in the scenic setting of Appalachian hills of
southeastern Ohio. The community has a population of approximately
21,000, and provides an exceptionally pleasing atmosphere for
University life. Winters are mild and summers very pleasant!
Skiing, ice-fishing are some of the favorite winter outdoors and
biking, white-water rafting are some of the summer favorites!


From: (David Hanishewski)
Subject: *** OLD *** Z80 Assemblers (progrmmaers needed)
Organization: Wise Computers

Believe it or not I have a client that needs a Z80 programmer, I think
it involves a controller of some sort.

Anyone intersted?

David Hanishewski
Director of Training
Wise Computers


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