Graduate intern in software behavior research
Research and development of software algorithms to isolate and describe portions of code across multiple binaries that do equivalent work. This research is important for the comparison of compilers, instruction sets, etc. The work will include research and application of various alignment algorithms that can be applied to temporal sequences and control-flow graphs.
Must be pursuing a MS or PhD degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and/or Electrical Engineering.
- C++ programming with a working knowledge of object-oriented design.
- Linux scripting.
- Knowledge of graph theory and algorithms and dynamic programming.
- Compiler design.
- Python programming.
- Writing binary instrumentation tools, especially with "Pin".
Mar 28, 2013
Mar 29, 2014
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.
The Architecture & Workload Engineering team (AWE) works closely with CPU architects, compiler designers and application engineers to evaluate the performance of key software on future products.
We will accept applications/resumes until 60 days after posting date or earlier at Intel's discretion
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