Programmer
Carnegie Mellon University - Pittsburgh, PA

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This position supports the research and development of the Spiral system in the context of the DARPA HACMS program. The applicant will work in the core of the Spiral system with particular focus on the rewriting system and code generation. The applicant will support faculty and PhD researchers to facilitate the implementation of research concepts in the Spiral engine. The applicant is expected to pay close attention to the project schedule and the needs of the project. The applicant will also serve as system administrator for centralized computing resources.

Qualifications

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Minimum:
Education: MS in ECE or CS

Experience: Experience in compiler construction, rewriting, performance engineering, rule-based programming, or computer architecture.

Skills: Strong C programming skills, development tool chains in Windows and Linux, rule-based programming.

Preferred:
Education: MS in ECE or CS

Experience: Same as minimum.

Skills: Same as minimum.

Department URL

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http://www.ece.cmu.edu/

Job Function

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Research Programming

Primary Location

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United States-Pennsylvania-Pittsburgh

FT/PT Status

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Regular Full Time

Organization

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ECE: ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING

Minimum Education Level

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Bachelor's Degree or equivalent

Salary

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35595 - 64070 US Dollars Annually

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