The Supertech research group in the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory seeks multiyear Postdoctoral Associates to join the OpenCilk development team led by Professor Charles E. Leiserson, Dr. Tao B. Schardl, and Research Scientist Dorothy Curtis. The open-source OpenCilk software platform, a new implementation of the Cilk parallel-programming platform, features a superior compiler based on the Tapir/LLVM compiler (Best Paper, PPoPP 2017), a new work-stealing runtime system, and a suite of parallel-programming productivity tools. The Postdoctoral Associate position carries no teaching obligations, although teaching opportunities are possible for those interested, as well as opportunities to supervise undergraduate and graduate students. Besides participating in the OpenCilk team, a postdoc may spend up to half their time pursuing independent research.

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