Hybrid Architectures Research Intern
Candidate will work on a research project developing a hybrid hardware/software processor architecture that utilizes a high-performance dynamic binary translation system, and both compiler and microarchitectural performance concepts. Candidate will work on x86 application profiling, and characterize the application's memory behavior and access patterns, both for single and multi-threaded applications. A strong candidate would be effective at solving open-ended problems, comfortable working across traditional HW/SW boundaries, has good software development skills, and has a track record of hands-on development and debug of hardware and/or software systems.
Candidate must be a PhD student in Computer Science or Electrical and Computer Engineering. 1+ years of academic or industry experience with computer architecture, functional and performance simulators, performance analysis.
Nice to have skills:
Experience using x86 profiling tools such as Pin.
Knowledge of modern CPU microarchitecture components, and performance analysis experience
Understanding of multi-processor memory consistency models and associated hw/sw tradeoffs
USA-California, Santa Clara
Feb 13, 2013
Feb 13, 2014
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