The Advanced Development Group in the Datacenter Group DCG in Hudson, MA and Low-power Circuit Team in the Circuit Research Labs CRL in Hillsboro, Oregon are seeking a graduate research intern in the area of bio-inspired computing.As a research intern, you would be required to co-analyze and co-optimize hardware and software components for bio-inspired smart sensor front-ends.You will need to understand bio-inspired machine learning algorithms and explore efficient circuits and architectures for maximum energy efficiency. You will also need to investigate power-management schemes for real-time workloads with bio-inspired sensors. Finally, you will need to prototype your concept on a FPGA.
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You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Experience listed below would be obtained through a combination of your school work/classes/research and/or relevant previous job and/or internship experiences.
The candidate should possess the below behavioral skills:
-Excellent analytic and communication skills, able to prepare data for presentations and written reports, and presenting the data to a group
- Motivated, self-directed and able to work effectively both independently and in a team
- The candidate must be pursuing a PhD in computer engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, or equivalent
- minimum 3 months of experience in SoC architecture and microarchitecture expertise with FPGA prototyping skills
- minimum of 3 months of experience in High level language programming C, C++, Verilog, scripting Python, Perl, and experience in Linux/Windows environments
-minimum 1 year of experience with code optimizations
- Good presentation and interpersonal skills ability to work well within teams, including virtual teams, and being self-motivated
- Some travelling will be required
- Understanding of modern architectural techniques regarding performance, power reliability of modern microprocessors
- Familiarity with power-management schemes would be very desirable
- Strong understanding of software and hardware interactions
- Understanding of microprocessor architecture concepts including cache architecture, system-level coherency, shared virtual memory, network-on-chip and related protocols
- Prior experience with machine learning algorithms would be very useful
- Experience with parallel programming concepts, performance and energy modeling frameworks such as M5, Sniper, Pin, etc. is a plus
- Familiar with parallel and network-based programming libraries such as socket programming, MPI, Open MP, POSIX threads.
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