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NSF's 1992 Summer Institute in Japan is accepting applications from U.S. graduate students in science and engineering. Fifty 2nd-year (or above) graduate students will spend eight weeks at up to four dozen Japanese research laboratories in Tsukuba Science City, about 60 km northeast of Tokyo. Apply by 1/15/92. If your college doesn't have brochure NSF 90-144, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Direct inquiries to email@example.com, (202) 653-5862. [Nick Michell (firstname.lastname@example.org), m.j.o, 12/3.]
The Philosophy Department at CMU (Pittsburgh, PA) needs tenure-track faculty in computational linguistics. Apply to the department by 12/16/91. [Carpenter (email@example.com), NL-KR, 12/3.]
Hughes STX, a subsidiary of Hughes Information Systems, needs an experienced Unix programmer/analyst to develop visualization software for the Visual Interface for Space and Terrestrial Analysis (VISTA) at NRL (Washington, DC). U.S. citizenship required. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. [Jason Williams (email@example.com), m.j.o, 12/3.]
UHawaii Dept. of Information and CS has a tenure-track faculty opening for an associate or assistant network specialist to extend their PACCOM network into multimedia, distributed file systems, etc. Contact Art Lew (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 2/15/92. [Torben Noerup Nielsen (email@example.com), m.j.o, 11/26.]
SAIC needs experienced BS/MS/PhD GIS specialists and managers in DC and NC. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. [email@example.com, m.j.o, 11/22.]
SynOptics Communications, Inc. (Santa Clara, CA) needs an experienced BSCS knowledge engineer to lead development of AI based network fault diagnosis. Contact Joe Castilla (jcastilla @synoptics.com). [James F. Duran (firstname.lastname@example.org), m.j.o, 11/22.]
There are always ads for EEs in IEEE Spectrum and in the San Jose Mercury. EEs can quickly implement any algorithm in hardware, but they may need computer scientists to develop the algorithms -- if only they knew it. Remember your place in their pecking order if you want to sell yourself.