|Volume 5: No. 41|
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Kent State (OH): chairperson for Mathematics and CS.
Stanford/CS: assistant professor in NL, HCI, theory, or software systems.
UCentral Florida (Orlando): two tenure-track assistant professors in AI (NLU, knowledge acquisition, and cognitive modeling), DB, architecture, systems, etc.
Indiana University-Bloomington: CogSci and CS opening in NN modeling, logic, reasoning, representation, language and discourse, robotics, computational vision and speech, machine learning, HCI, or other area.
North Carolina A&T State University (Greensboro): DBMS, object-oriented software engineering, and AI.
UMissouri-Rolla: assistant professor in distributed files and databases and software engineering for scientific computing, intelligent systems, etc.
JPL's AI Group and Machine Learning Systems Group (Pasadena): BS/MS/PhD programmers and scientists in planning/scheduling, intelligent systems monitoring/diagnosis, machine learning/data mining, and pattern recognition/image understanding.
[Lockheed Martin]: programmers and data analysts to develop data mining software for scientific databases. Machine learning, statistics, SAS, deductive DB, visualization, Prolog, RDBMS.
BHASHA (Wayne, PA): Prolog/Lisp software engineers with experience in NLP, AI, IR, text processing, compiler development, or RDB.
EuroSoft Inc. (Austin, TX): PhD NLP/AI R&D programmer.
Kurzweil Applied Intelligence, Inc. (Waltham, MA): PhD computational linguist to develop feature-structure task grammars for verbal control of Windows software. "Systems must fail in comprehensible ways."
An OH company: experienced BS/MS HW/SW engineer to develop IR/UV/magnetic NN/fuzzy logic classifiers for currency.
ULondon's Royal Holloway: a CS lecturer, especially in probabilistic inference, computational learning, formal methods, or information security.
UStrathclyde (Glasgow): researchers with experience in vehicle routing, search techniques, constraint satisfaction, and Ilog Solver.
Universitat des Saarlandes at Saarbrucken, Programming Systems Lab: 1/96 openings for a researcher in constraint grammars and another to work on the Oz concurrent constraint language.