Graduate Research Intern
Internship DescriptionIntel's Microarchitecture Research Lab located in Bangalore, India is seeking proficient Graduate Research Interns. We are in the early advanced research phase of the 2020+ generation of CPU/GPU products on Intel's roadmap. As research intern, 1. You will develop and use software to model, analyze and optimize futuristic systems. 2. The focus would be to co-analyze and co-optimize hardware and software components such that highly integrated systems may be built. 3. You will comprehend performance and power aspects cutting across application code, system software such as OS, drivers and runtimes, and scalability limiters in software and hardware. 4. The focus will be on a large class of application categories such as Big Data, Machine Learning. HPC, Productivity, Imaging , Multimedia and 3D Graphics. 5. The insights gathered will be leveraged to devise microarchitecture ideas for CPU, GPU and SoC subsystems such as cache and memory. 6. Modeling and developing these ideas into features will form the central part of the internship. Qualifications: 1. You should possess a BS/MS or PhD in Computer Science or Electrical/Electronics Engineering. 2. CPU, GPU or SoC architecture and microarchitecture expertise/training is a requirement. 3. Experience with VLSI design/verification and superlative Software skills in C/C++ and in Scripting languages such as Perl/Python in the Linux environment would be required. 4. Proficiency in CPU/GPU Instruction Set Architecture, Software/Hardware Performance Benchmarking and Debugging would be very desirable. 5. Prior experience in developing System Software, Compilers and Emulators/Simulators would be very useful.
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