JOB: Intelligent Systems Scientist


Subject: JOB: Intelligent Systems Scientist
From: Trent McConaghy (trentm@ada-works.com)
Date: Fri Aug 25 2000 - 13:20:44 MET DST


Intelligent Systems Scientist

Do you have ambition, creativity, and intelligent systems experience?
Are you ready to tackle challenging real-world problems?
Analog Design Automation (ADA) may be the company for you!

About Analog Design Automation:
ADA is a dynamic, rapidly growing Canadian company that
designs and applies cutting-edge intelligent systems algorithms
to real-world electronic circuit design.
Currently, ADA has developed the only commercial software tool
capable of robust analog/mixed-signal circuit synthesis.
This alleviates the major time bottleneck traditionally
associated with analog/mixed-signal circuit design.

About You:
You are extremely self-motivated and passionate
about your work. While you like to think abstractly, you use
rigor and clear reasoning to carry out your ideas.
Your first degree includes a strong mathematical component,
and is supported by a PhD, MSc, academic or industrial experience.

You have background in in one or more of the following:
Bayes Nets, Fuzzy Systems, Statistics, Nonlinear Regression,
Optimization, Machine Learning, Evolutionary Algorithms,
Neural Networks, and/or Graph Theory.

Ideally, you also have experience with Unix, C++, and/or
object oriented design.

About the Job:
Research duties will include problem formulation,
background research / learning, algorithm design,
software design of prototypes, and empirical testing.
You will have the opportunity to patent your work,
as well as publish selected parts of your work.

ADA offers offer an attractive salary and benefits
package and excellent career opportunities.

To take up the challenge, please email your resume in plain text,
Word, or postscript format to jobs@analogsynthesis.com,
specifying "Intelligent Systems Scientist position"

The location is Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The starting date is on or
after October 2, 2000.

Closing date for applications is Sept. 26, 2000, but some hiring
may take place sooner if the applicant(s) are strong.

For more information about Analog Design Automation, visit our
website at http://www.analogsynthesis.com

Posted by:
Trent McConaghy
Vice President, Research and Development
Analog Design Automation

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