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Date: 19 Aug 1996 11:54:59 -0400
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs

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From: Chuck Koelbel <>
Subject: Positions available - DoD HPC Modernization
Date: Mon, 12 Aug 1996 14:46:39 +0000
Organization: Rice University

Note to comp.compilers:
The PET team takes a rather broad view of "tools", which includes
compiler development, compiler evaluation, compiler run-time
environments, and integration of compilers with other tools. (Less
critically for this group, they also include system and application
software as tools.) This is an excellent opportunity for compiler/tools
people who want to interact with scientific users.

University Positions in Computational Science & Computer Science at DoD


Programming Environment and Training (PET)

Research Scientists/Engineers in DoD Computational Technology Areas


Applications are invited for several university Research Engineer/Scientist
positions in connection with the Programming Environment and Training (PET)
support of the DoD High Performance Computing (HPC) Major Shared Resource
Centers (MSRCs).

The DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program has established four
DoD MSRCs to provide HPC capability throughout the DoD R&D community,
providing top-level computing facilities at the MSRCs together with a
commensurate level of PET support through a team of major universities in
HPC research.

The four MSRCs are the following:

Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station (CEWES), Vicksburg MS

Air Force Aeronautical Systems Center (ASC), Wright-Patterson Air Force Base

Naval Oceanographic Office (NAVO), Stennis Space Center MS

Army Research Laboratory (ARL), Aberdeen Proving Grounds MD

The PET Team of universities (led at the CEWES MSRC by the Center for
Computational Field Simulation at Mississippi State University for the CEWES
MSRC, for the ASC MSRC by the Ohio Supercomputer Center at The Ohio State
University, and for the ARL MSRC by Georgis Tech) includes the following:

Center for Computational Field Simulation at Mississippi State University

Ohio Supercomputer Center at The Ohio State University

National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) at the University of

Center for Research in Parallel Computation (CRPC) headquartered at Rice
University, and including Syracuse University, California Institute of
Technology, University of Tennessee

Texas Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics (TICAM) at the
University of Texas at Austin

Jackson State University
Central State University
Howard University

Positions (universities) are in the DoD Computational Technology Areas:

Computational Fluid Dynamics (Mississippi State)
Computational Structural Mechanics (Illinois)
Computational Chemistry and Materials Science (Ohio State)
Computational Electromagnetics and Acoustics (Ohio State)
Climate/Weather/Ocean Modeling (Ohio State)
Signal/Image Processing (Ohio State)
Forces Modeling and Simulation/C4I (Syracuse)
Environmental Quality Modeling (Texas)
Computational Electronics and Nano-electronics (Illinois)
Programming Tools/Emerging Systems (Rice)
Scientific Visualization (Illinois)
Information Technology (Illinois)

The successful applicant will work on-site at a MSRC served by this PET Team
(CEWES, ASC and ARL) but will be employed by a university on the PET team,
and will also work directly with corresponding faculty at the university.
Responsibilities will include maintaining state-of-the-art awareness of
emerging relevant technology, keeping MSRC users up to date on such
technology advances, training MSRC users in this technology through short
courses and graduate courses, and assisting MSRC users in applications code
development in emerging programming environments. Strong demonstrated
ability and experience with code development/application and technology
transfer is required. Particular emphasis will be placed on combined
expertise in physical and computer/computational science

A PhD, or equivalent experience, in a related field is required, and the
level of closely related experience will be a major consideration. Strong
presentation and interpersonal skills are required. Eligibility for a DoD
SECRET security clearance is required. Salary is competitive and commensurate
with degree and experience.

This is an excellent opportunity to work in a cross-disciplinary mode with a
team of university and DoD researchers on state-of-the-art HPC challenges.

Interested persons should submit a complete resume with details of relevant
interests/expertise/experience, indicating the technology area of expertise,
along with names and addresses of at least three references to

Dr. Joe F. Thompson
NSF Engineering Research Center for Computational Field Simulation
Mississippi State University
P. O. Drawer 6176
Mississippi State, MS 39762

Applications will be routed to the appropriate university. Positions are open
now. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. These
universities are affirmative action, equal opportunity employers. Women and
minorities are encouraged to apply.


From: (Praveen Chawla)
Subject: Compiler Position Available at MTL Systems, Inc IN Dayton Ohio
Date: 16 Aug 1996 16:39:48 -0400
Organization: MTL Systems, Inc.

Title of Position: Software Engineer/Senior Software Engineer

Description of Position:

Will be involved in the development of Analyzers, Code Generators and
Elaborators for Hardware Description Languages (HDLs) and support for
integration of these components in third-party tools.


Bachelors/Masters/PhD in Computer Engineering/Science with background in
Compiler Theory, Software Engineering.

A Minimum of 2 years experience in Compiler Construction. Familiarity
with modern software engineering methods desirable.

If interested in the above position, please contact Praveen Chawla
via email or phone at (513) 426-3111.


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