Subject: Research Position Open
From: Chris Beck (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Nov 16 1996 - 00:10:06 MET
Research Scientist Position
1-year Contract (with possibility of renewal)
The Enterprise Integration Laboratory at the University of Toronto is
seeking a research scientist for a 1-year contract (with possibility of
renewal) working on the Intelligent Scheduling Project.
The Intelligent Scheduling Project has developed a constraint-based
scheduling shell that emulates a variety of state-of-the-art scheduling
algorithms. The shell combines generative scheduling and iterative
improvement under the unifying concepts of constraints, textures and
commitments that allows direct comparison of competing techniques.
* Design and implementation of extensions to the scheduling shell.
* Application of new scheduling research to real-world problems driven by
our industrial partners.
* Participation in the research group pursuing active research on
scheduling techniques and methodology.
* Opportunities for a major role in determination of research directions
* Opportunities for publication in leading technical conferences and
* MSc or PhD in Computer Science or related field.
* 2+ years experience in object-oriented design and development in a
* Experience in any of the following a definite plus: Xwindows interface
programming, lex/yacc programming, constraint-based reasoning and
problem solving, production scheduling, artificial intelligence.
If you meet these requirements and are interested in a challenging position
in a world class research environment, send your curriculum vitae, a copy of
your transcripts, and 2 letters of recommendation by January 15, 1997 to:
Professor Mark Fox
Enterprise Integration Laboratory
Department of Industrial Engineering
Rosebrugh Bldg., Room 306
4 Taddle Creek Road
Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A4
Tel: 416-978-6823 fax: 416-978-3453 email: email@example.com
This job description (and a host of other fascinating information) can
be found at:
-- Oedipa, to retaliate, stopped believing in them. - Thomas Pynchon, _The Crying of Lot 49_
Chris Beck chris@[cs,ie].utoronto.ca
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