Hewlett Packard Labs - Hardware Accelerators Using Novel CMOS/ReRAM Technology Research Associate (Intern)
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The Emerging Accelerators Team at Hewlett Packard Labs has an opening for a summer intern with a background in electrical engineering, computer science, computer engineering, physics or related fields. The researcher will investigate high-performance mixed-signal circuit designs (such as low-power ADC, DAC, TIA, PLL, LDO, and gain blocks) to combine CMOS and emerging ReRAM device technologies for computing applications and/or microarchitecture designs combining CMOS and emerging ReRAM device technologies and the hardware/software algorithm codesign for computing applications including network security, machine learning, neuromorphic computing, finite automata and other novel computational models.
The Research Associate will work in a team environment to design, tapeout, operate physical hardware platforms and/or simulate and investigate microarchitecture designs of hybrid CMOS/ReRAM systems tailored to exploit the energy and speed efficiencies in target novel modes of computation. The work can span a range of activities including the design and tape-out of prototype systems; invention of new circuits, devices or architectures to take advantage of physical hardware systems for acceleration of target computations; design of flexible accelerator microarchitectures and tile hierarchy; the design, fabrication and operation of prototype hardware systems; the operation of existing hardware platforms, and performance evaluations to competing systems using industrially relevant benchmarks.
Qualifications and Education Requirements
Currently enrolled in a PhD program in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Applied Physics, Computer Engineering, or related areas.
Skills of interest include CMOS design and architecture including digital and/or analog circuit design, computer architecture and microarchitecture design, functional and cycle-accurate simulation and evaluation, RTL, FPGA programming, nanoelectronic device testing and modeling, printed circuit board design and operation, benchmarking methodologies, RTL, FPGA programming, SPICE, benchmarking methodologies and familiarity with Python and/or Matlab.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills will be required for technical reporting and problem solving.
The candidate needs to be creative and highly motivated to tackle challenging problems in daily research and deliver high quality results.
A competitive salary and extensive social benefits
Diverse and dynamic work environment
Work-life balance and support for career development
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