This position provides a unique opportunity to join a global research team working on moving an innovative processor core architecture into production. The successful candidate will perform performance analysis on a wide range of benchmarks and application workloads. The analysis will target compiler optimizations in a dynamic binary translator, optimization sensitivity studies, and comparative architectural analysis across families of x86 processors, both single and multi-core. It is expected that the successful candidate will also push for improving workload performance by working with binary translator and architecture teams, will help with identification and bring-up of new workloads and be available for travel.
Graduate level course and research work or experience in compiler optimization, performance analysis, computer architecture, uarchitecture, binary translation and processor simulation
Candidate must have 1+ years of work or educational experience in the following:
Experience with performance analysis tools and pipetrace viewers,
C/C++, modern scripting languages such as Perl, IA32 and Intel64 assembly language
USA-California, Santa Clara
Feb 4, 2013
Feb 4, 2014
Intel Labs is the company's world-class, industry leading research organization, responsible for driving Intel's technology pipeline and creating new opportunities. The mission of Intel Labs is to deliver breakthrough technologies to fuel Intel's growth. This includes identifying and exploring compelling new technologies and high risk opportunities ahead of business unit investment and demonstrating first-to-market technologies and innovative new usages for computing technology. Intel Labs engages the leading thinkers in academia and industry in addition to partnering closely with Intel business units.
We will accept applications/resumes until 60 days after posting date or earlier at Intel’s discretion. Intel invites people of all ages currently enrolled in an academic institution (or graduated within the last 18 months) to apply.
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