Performance Engineer / Workload Analyst
Job Description: This position is part of a workload modeling and projection team for high performance network fabrics. The candidate will be a member of a small, fast-paced, multi-disciplinary software team working closely with network fabric architects. The successful candidate will perform performance analysis on a wide range of benchmarks and application workloads. The candidate will develop and apply methodologies to model and/or simulate realistic workloads on future platforms and influence architectural trade-offs.
BS in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, computational science, or equivalent required+ 5 years experience
M.S. in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, computational science, or equivalent required + 3 years experience
Experience in one or more of the following areas:
"Technical and scientific computing" or Big Data workloads
Message passing and/or PGAS programming models
MPI tracing and analysis (e.g., Intel Trace Analyzer and Collector, Vampir, SCALASCA, IPM)
High performance interconnects
Network performance modeling (e.g., LogGP)
Distributed communication algorithms (e.g., MPI collectives)
Shell, Perl, or Python scripting, C++, C
Fortran experience helpful
USA-California, Santa Clara
USA-Oregon, Hillsboro, USA-Massachusetts
May 21, 2013
Aug 19, 2013
The Intel Software and Services Group (SSG) connects Intel to the worldwide software community. SSG strives to bring competitive advantage to Intel platforms by helping independent software vendors, operating system developers, OEMs, channel members and systems integrators deliver exceptional customer value and achieve differentiation on Intel® processor technologies. SSG provides global leadership to the software community through its technical expertise, industry enabling activities, and developer products and programs.
We will accept applications/resumes until 60 days after posting date or earlier at Intel's discretion
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