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UC Irvine is offering faculty positions in AI, including automated reasoning, machine learning, neural networks, planning, etc. Apply by 12/15/94 to Lisa Tellier, Dept. of Information and CS, UC Irvine, Irvine, CA 92717-3425. [Michael Pazzani (pazzani@super-pan.ics.uci.edu), comp.ai, 10/6/94. David Joslin.]

The new CMU/UPittsburgh Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition (CNBC) and CMU Dept. of CS are soliciting applications for faculty positions in neural computation and brain function. Apply by 1/1/95 to David S. Touretzky (dave_touretzky@cs.cmu.edu). [connectionists, 10/9/94. Bill Park.]

Argonne National Laboratory, Mathematics and CS Div., invites applications for the J.H. Wilkinson Fellowship in Scientific Computing. Special interest in numerical methods and software for linear algebra, optimization, unstructured mesh computations, computational differentiation, wavelets and image processing, and software tools for parallel computing. Competitive salary, moving expenses, and travel allowance. Must have PhD less than 3 years. Apply by 1/16/95 to Walter McFall (wilkinson_fellow@mcs.anl.gov), Box mcs-wilkinson, Employment and Placement, ANL, 9700 S. Cass Avenue, Argonne, IL 60439. [Jan Griffin (griffin@shopper.mcs.anl.gov), sci.research.postdoc, 10/7/94.]

The NSF-funded DIMACS Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical CS is seeking visitor and postdoctoral fellowship applications for its 1995-96 Special Year on Logic and Algorithms. Participants are Rutgers, Princeton, AT&T Bell Laboratories, and Bellcore. This year's focus is computer-aided verification, finite-model theory, and proof complexity, bridging US work on algorithms and complexity and European work on formal models and semantics. Week-long tutorials will be held, plus related workshops and the 8-day Federated Logic Conference (incorporating CADE, CAV, LICS, and RTA). Other DIMACS topics include analysis of algorithms, combinatorics, computational algebra, discrete and computational geometry, discrete optimization, graph theory, and miscellany. Research funds may be solicited from NSF as well as from DIMACS. Contact Moshe Vardi (vardi@cs.rice.edu), Eric Allender, (allender@cs.rutgers.edu), or center@dimacs.rutgers.edu, 908-445-5928, 908-445-5932 Fax, http://dimacs.rutgers.edu/, gopher dimacs.rutgers.edu, or telnet dimacs.rutgers.edu (login info). [dbworld, 10/8/94.] (The network-impaired may write to DIMACS Center, Rutgers University, P.O. Box 1179, Piscataway, NJ 08855-1179.)

Communication Intelligence Corp. (Redwood Shores, CA) has an immediate opening for an experienced MS research software engineer in statistics and pattern recognition for commercial handwriting recognition. C, OCR, speech, linguistics helpful. US applicants only. John S. Ostrem (ostrem@cic.com). [cic@crl.com, m.j.o, 10/5/94.] (CIC may have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization.)

Frontier Technology, Inc. (Santa Barbara, CA) needs US programmers for command and control training applications. C/C++/Ada, OOP, AI. frontier@netcom.com, (805) 965-2478 Fax. [jobs@espan3.use.com, m.j.o, 10/3/94.]

Neuristics Corp. (Sparks, MD) needs a BS/MS/PhD statistician for hybrid AI financial modeling. C/C++ helpful. Douglas P. McCrea, 410-995-0616 Fax. [jobs@espan3.use.com, m.j.o, 10/9/94.]

Broadway & Seymour (Raleigh, NC) needs a senior engineer and three junior engineers for a new speech recognition/dictation R&D group. Unix/X/Windows NT, Sybase, Booch OOD, C++. S.K. Dutta (skdutta@gateway.bsis.com), 919.319.4601 Fax. [m.j.o, 10/7/94.] (The $100M company also does OCR and financial software.)

URochester/CS (NY) has a 2-3 year postdoc opening in computer vision and robotics. Randal Nelson (nelson@cs.rochester.edu), 716-275-8488. [m.j.o, 10/9/94.]

A well-funded, AI-oriented advanced development group in NJ has two MS software engineering openings in modeling and simulation systems for Army battlefield systems/resource assessment, training, wargaming, and decision support. C/C++/Motif OOP/OODB, distributed computing. US citizenship. Chad Thomas (cthomas@access.digex.net), (703) 643-2226, (703) 643-0712 Fax. [m.j.o, 10/7/94.]

Mills College (Oakland) has a tenure-track Math/CS opening in AI and other CS topics. Apply by 1/14/95 to Chair, CS Search Committee (cssearch@mills.edu). [Msen Online Career Center (occ@nero.aa.msen.com), m.j.o, 10/7/94.] (Mills is a liberal arts college for women.)

IBM Research (Yorktown Heights, NY) has a 1-year opening in C programming for linguistic parsing. Computational linguistics, NLP, or AI experience helpful. David E. Johnson (djohns@watson.ibm.com), 914-945-1036. [Fred J. Damerau (damerau@watson.ibm.com), LINGUIST, 10/3/94.]

Amerinex Artificial Intelligence, Inc. needs a PhD and software engineers in image understanding and massively parallel processing. Personnel, Amerinex A.I., 409 Main Street, Amherst, MA 01002. [Boston Globe, 10/9/94. Ron A. Zacharski.]

The MIT Lab. for CS, Spoken Language Systems Group, needs a research specialist/programmer for C/Lisp tools for spoken language systems development. Send 2 copies of resume and cover letter referencing Job No. 94-0676R to James H. McCarthy, MIT Personnel Office, Building E19-239, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02139-4307. [Boston Globe, 10/9/94. Ron A. Zacharski.]

General Magic (Mountain View) is seeking several experienced software engineers and applications programmers. staffing@genmagic.com; 415-965-1583 Fax. [Kris Drenning (drenning@genmagic.com), ba.j.o, 10/5/94.]

Ford (Detroit) has a 1-year job (with possible 1-2 year extension) for an MS/PhD C/C++ programmer experienced in AI, layout problems, graph theory, constraint satisfaction or constraint logic, computational geometry, and possibly numerical analysis, symbolic math, combinatorial optimization, genetic algorithms, or VLSI layout. Contact Decision Consultants, Inc., 313-352-8650, 313-352-3010 Fax -- or other employment agency -- and ask that your resume be forwarded to PeopleNet attn: Jennifer Chudnof. [Peter Hodges (phodges@tc7002.pto.ford.com), comp.ai, 10/6/94.]

Neuristics Corp. needs an experienced BS+ OOP/DB/GUI software engineer to integrate AI modeling, expert systems, and embedded systems in forecasting, classification, and statistical modeling R&D for credit card activation, site selection, fraud detection, biomedical pattern recognition, financial and commodities forecasting, portfolio optimization, and sports forecasting. NN, GA, FL, chaos theory, etc.; FoxPro, CodeBase, Windows SDK, and Visual C++. Neuristics Corporation, P.O. Box 387, Sparks, MD 21152, Fax: (410) 472-3218 or (410) 995-0616. [E-Span #121969, m.j.o, 10/6/94.]

USC/ISI, Intelligent Systems Div., needs a researcher for all aspects of building automatic model-based user-interface development tools. AI experience helpful. #167207, resumes@isi.edu or Lisa Moses, USC/ISI, 4676 Admiralty Way, Suite 1001, Marina del Rey, CA 90292. [Pedro Szekely (szekely@isd20.isi.edu), comp.human-factors, 10/6/94.]

UMelbourne needs lecturers in CS and software engineering. Apply by 10/31/94. Liz Sonenberg (eas@munta.cs.mu.oz.au), +61 3 344 9100. [m.j.o, 10/9/94.]

Centre for Basic Research in CS (Denmark) has postdoc openings in logic, semantics and algorithmics. 1-2 years. For info on BRICS, access http://www.daimi.aau.dk/BRICS/ or FTP pub/BRICS/README from ftp.daimi.aau.dk. brics@daimi.aau.dk, Dept. of CS, U. of Aarhus, Ny Munkegade, building 540, DK - 8000 Aarhus C, Denmark; +45 8942 3360, +45 8942 3255 Fax. [Sylvain Petitjean (petitjea@loria.fr), sci.research.postdoc, 10/7/94.]

UTuebingen (Germany), Seminar fuer Sprachwissenschaft (SfS), is offering a 3-year (renewable) post of Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter in computational linguistics starting 1/1/94. Special interests are parsing, generation, constraint logic programming, logic program transformations, and typed unification- based grammar formalisms. Apply by 10/31/94 to Dale Gerdemann (dg@sfs.nphil.uni-tuebingen.de). [LINGUIST, 10/1/94.]

Queensland University of Technology, Gardens Point (City Centre) campus, needs a senior lecturer in programming languages, software engineering, operating systems, neurocomputing, or computer architecture. George Mohay (g.mohay@qut.edu.au), +61 7 864 1964, +61 7 964 1801 Fax. Apply by 10/28/94. [Joachim Diederich (joachim@fit.qut.edu.au), connectionists, 10/3/94.]