** MultiMedia programming position available immediately **

** MultiMedia programming position available immediately **

Post by Louis Alberto Bue » Thu, 16 Dec 1993 21:18:18

        ** MultiMedia programming position available immediately **

        * Systems International is looking for an individual, for a
short-term project, who has the following background:

- MultiMedia or strong graphics/animation experience

- Familiar with full-motion video and NTSC composite display

- MS-DOS/Windows 3.1 environment familiarity

- Thorough knowledge of PC hardware and integration

- Local to the NYC area (but would be willing to negotiate with out-of
  state/country developers)

        Previous experience with Icon Author helpful, but understanding
of object oriented authoring packages just as useful.

        Fax resumes and inquiries to:

(212) 551-1001


(212) 551-1037  Louis Bueno

        Additionally, you may e-mail the following InterNet address:

via that conduit -- so please reference any and all questions or statements
to the above fax number, voice number and/or InterNet address.


1. Positions available -- distributed programming with OO

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(please post at your institution and forward to interested parties)


The Department of Computing Science and Engineering, Universite
catholique de Louvain, is opening positions in the PIRATES project
starting immediately for talented and motivated Ph.D. students, or
people with equivalent background, with interest and experience
in one or more of:

- Implementation of languages and systems for distributed programming.

- Distributed algorithms and models for fault tolerance, security, and
  efficient use of scalable network technologies.

The system is based on a conservative extension of the Oz language,
an advanced concurrent object-oriented language that is state-aware
and has dataflow synchronization.

The PIRATES project runs from 1997-2000 and collaborates with
the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) and
the Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS).  PIRATES is
conceived as a feedback loop between research-oriented platform
development and advanced application development. The objectives are
to design, build, and use a platform for distributed programming that
separates the application's functionality from the aspects of
distribution, fault tolerance, security, and scalability.

More information on PIRATES can be found at:


The Department has excellent facilities, strong international
collaborations, and expertise in networks, network-related
technologies, and technology transfer.  The Universite catholique
de Louvain is attractively located at Louvain-la-Neuve in central
Belgium and has good connections to the rest of Belgium.

Starting dates of the positions are flexible, but should be preferably
as soon as possible and definitely before Fall 1998.  The positions will
be held open until filled adequately.  Remuneration will be competitive
and according to the candidate's experience.  Knowledge of French is
desirable but not essential.  If you are interested, please send the

   - a cover letter explaining your motivation and experience,
   - a curriculum vitae,
   - three references,
   - selected publications, if available
   - systems-building experience, if available


   Prof. Peter Van Roy
   Departement d'Ingenierie Informatique
   Universite catholique de Louvain
   Place Sainte-Barbe, 2
   B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
   Web: http://info.ucl.ac.be/

   Phone: (+32) 10 47.83.74
   Fax:   (+32) 10 45.03.45

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