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Xerox Imaging Systems (Peabody, MA) needs an MS/PhD senior image processing scientist/computational linguist to develop OCR algorithms. Multiple languages preferred. Unix/C. Five years commercial experience. Rebecca Davis (rebecca.adoc@xerox.com), Staffing, Xerox DDS, 3400 Hillview Avenue, Building 5, Palo Alto, CA 94304; 415/813-7172, 415/813-7215 Fax. [m.j.o, 5/26/94.]

United Technologies Research Center needs an MS/PhD EE/ME assistant/associate research engineer in embedded/remote diagnostic technology. Signal processing, pattern recognition, stochastic processes, and control theory; system models, dynamic simulations, MATLAB, and VISSIM. Professional Staffing, MS 35, UTRC, Silver Lane, East Hartford, CT, 06108. [Tom Hamilton (tph@utrc.utc.com), m.j.o, 5/28/94.]

The Computer Merchant, Ltd. (Norwell, MA) is advertising for digital imaging technologists and recognition scientists for work in MA or MD. Kevin C. (cmltd@delphi.com), (617) 878-4712 Fax. [Donna Cash (tcmltd@delphi.com), m.j.o, 5/25/94.]

USC's Information Sciences Institute (ISI) needs a project leader for its FAST electronic-commerce research. Peter Will (will@isi.edu), (310) 822-1511, (310) 823-6714 Fax. [Les Gasser (gasser@morue.usc.edu), DAI-List, 5/26/94.]

Princeton Capital Companies (Princeton area) has an immediate need for a Symbolics programmer to develop financial applications and to help port applications to a mainframe. Stephen Gander (gander@princap.com), 609 252 0300, 609 252 0270 Fax. [lisp-jobs@anzus.com, 5/23/94.] (To get on the lisp-jobs list, contact Arun Welch (welch@oar.net). I'm told that few jobs have been listed lately.)

Xerox Palo Alto Research Center needs a developer of metaobject protocols for flexible and reusable software. May be related to system software, programming language design and implementation, reflection, incremental specialization, partial evaluation, Lisp. Advanced degrees optional. Gregor Kiczales (gregor@parc.xerox.com), Xerox PARC, 3333 Coyote Hill Road, Palo Alto, CA 94304; +1 415-812-4334 Fax. [m.j.o, 5/27/94.]

NASA Ames Research Center, AI Research Branch, Advanced Interaction Media group, has a summer graduate student opening in hypertext, information retrieval, HMI, and AI. Mac C++, MS, US citizenship required. Dr. Nathalie Mathe (mathe@ptolemy.arc.nasa.gov), (415) 604-3594 Fax. [ba.j.o, 5/26/94.]

UMIST's Centre for Computational Linguistics is seeking an RA in knowledge acquisition from technical corpora and also text generation, to collaborate with the Japan-based Matsushita Research Centre. Unix/C. Dr. Sofia Ananiadou (effie@ccl.umist.ac.uk), P.O. Box 88, Manchester, UK M60 1QD; 061-200 3100. [ELSNET, 5/26/94.]

Manchester Metropolitan University is offering two research assistantships in DAI, object-based systems, temporal and modal logics, formal specification, language design, real-time systems, and SE for parallel systems. Dr. Michael Fisher (michael@sun.com.mmu.ac.uk), 061-247-1488. [Paddy Nixon (ac2pan@sunc.sheffield.ac.uk), comp.ai, 5/24/94. David Joslin.]

UBirmingham/CS is offering five 3-year PhD assistantships in CS, CogSci, HCI, and AI. EC residency required. Request forms from Dr. Peter Hancox (p.j.hancox@cs.bham.ac.uk), +44-(0)21-414-3819, +44-(0)21-414-4281 Fax. [Aaron Sloman (a.sloman@cs.bham.ac.uk), comp.ai, 5/25/94. Jim Blythe.]

The Centre for Language Technology (Sprogteknologi) in Copenhagen seeks an experienced MS/PhD staff member for research management in machine translation, grammar checking, dialogue, knowledge representation. Apply by noon on 6/10/94 to Director Bente Maegaard (m750@eurokom.ie) or contact Anne-Marie Eriksen, +45 3532 9090. [Danish Magisterbladet, 5/26/94. ELSNET, 5/29/94.]

Academia Sinica (Taipei, Taiwan), Chinese Knowledge Information Processing (CKIP) Group, needs 1-2 Mandarin-fluent postdoc computational linguists starting 7/94 or 8/94. $25K/year. Apply by 6/6/94 to churen@iis.sinica.edu.tw, 886-2-7883799 x2111. [Chu-Ren Huang (hschuren@ccvax.sinica.edu.tw), LINGUIST, 5/28/94.]