Windows Kernel Source and Curriculum Materials for
Academic Teaching and Research.
The Windows® Academic Program from Microsoft® provides the materials you
need to integrate Windows kernel technology into the teaching and research
of operating systems.
The program includes:
• Windows Research Kernel (WRK): Sources to build and experiment with a
fully-functional version of the Windows kernel for x86 and x64 platforms, as
well as the original design documents for Windows NT.
• Curriculum Resource Kit (CRK): PowerPoint® slides presenting the details
of the design and implementation of the Windows kernel, following the
ACM/IEEE-CS OS Body of Knowledge, and including labs, exercises, quiz
questions, and links to the relevant sources.
• ProjectOZ: An OS project environment based on the SPACE kernel-less OS
project at UC Santa Barbara, allowing students to develop OS kernel projects
These materials are available at no cost, but only for non-commercial use by universities.
For more information, visit www.microsoft.com/WindowsAcademic
or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Faculty of Applied Sciences of the University of Freiburg, with its Departments of
Computer Science and Microsystems Engineering, invites applications for the position of a
Full Professor (W3) in Computer Science
The successful candidate will be expected to establish a comprehensive research and
teaching program in the area of pattern recognition and image processing. In addition
she/he is expected to participate in university-wide research programs, such as the
Excellence Cluster BIOSS – Centre for Biological Signaling Studies.
The University of Freiburg aims to increase the representation of women in research and
teaching, and therefore expressly encourages women to apply for the post. Information
about the Department of Computer Science can be obtained from www.informatik.
Applications, including a curriculum vitae, publications list and statement of research
interests should be sent by April 30, 2009 to the Dean of the Faculty of Applied Sciences,
University of Freiburg, Georges-Köhler-Allee 101, 79110 Freiburg, Germany (www.faw.
uni-freiburg.de). Applicants should request an application form from the Dean’s office by
emailing to: email@example.com
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