[ecoop-info] Multiple Post-Doctoral Researcher Positions Available, University of California, Irvine

franz at ics.uci.edu franz at ics.uci.edu
Sat Nov 6 17:57:23 CET 2010

UCI's Secure Systems and Languages Laboratory, led by Prof. Michael
Franz, has been at the forefront of research in dynamic compilation
and language based security. Our research has had substantial impact.
For example, the trace compilation technology behind the TraceMonkey
JavaScript compiler that is built into Mozilla's Firefox browser
originated in our lab.

We anticipate that one or more full-time Post-doctoral Scholar
positions will become available soon and are looking for capable
candidates to join our team. Appointments will be initially for a one
year period and will be renewable. These positions require a Ph.D.
degree in Computer Science and demonstrated expertise, at the highest
level, in the area of compiler construction. The ideal candidate would
already have at least one publication in a top conference such as PLDI
or CGO, or in a top journal such as TOPLAS.

Current graduate students who fulfill all other requirements but who
have not quite yet completed their Ph.Ds. are welcome to apply;
however, any offer will be made contingent on successful completion of
the degree.

Salary to be between $37,740-$80,880 annually, depending on experience
and qualification. Candidates without experience in the area of
compilers are not encouraged to apply.

The anticipated appointment date will be somewhat flexible with a
target date of around April 1, 2011. Interested applicants should
respond by forwarding a cover memo, Curriculum Vitae, and the names
and addresses of three references to:

Professor Michael Franz
Department of Computer Science
Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, CA 92697-3435

OR via email to franz at ics.uci.edu

The University of California, Irvine is an equal opportunity employer
committed to excellence through diversity.

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