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Job: Opening At Hughes Research Laboratories
 
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"Matic, Roy M" (rmatic@msmail4.hac.com)
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2002 9:56 am    
Subject: Job: Opening At Hughes Research Laboratories
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#7 Job: Opening At Hughes Research Laboratories

Hughes Research Laboratories (HRL), located in Malibu, California, is
offering an opportunity for a scientist to join our team of
researchers investigating advanced techniques in non-traditional and
advanced signal and image processing, compression, and optimization.

If you have a record of scientific achievement in one or more of the
following areas, we would like to hear from you: pattern recognition,
optimization, wavelet applications, compression, neural networks,
decision aids, information fusion, signal processing. In addition,
the successful candidate will have a PhD in electrical engineering,
applied math or computer science; plus, extensive knowledge of
software programming in C or C++. Excellent communications abilities
are required to effectively interact with the scientific and academic
communities, with Hughes business units, and within our small, dynamic
research team environment. Based on government restrictions regarding
the export of technical data, a U.S. citizenship or resident alien
status is required.

Please send your resume to: o Lynn W. Ross o #BSWD o Hughes Research
Laboratories o 3011 Malibu Canyon Road o Malibu o CA o 90265 o FAX:
310-317-5651 o email: lross@hrl.com. To learn more about HRL, visit
our WebPage at http:\www.hrl.com. Proof of legal right to work in
the United States required. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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