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Ph.D for ML/HW at Georgia Tech
Georgia Institute of Technology
Prof. Cong "Callie" Hao from Georgia Tech is looking for excellent students interested in the joint area of hardware design (FPGA, ASIC, etc.) and machine learning. She also has a broad interest in computer architecture, electronic design automation, and graph computation. If you're interested, please feel free to drop an email at callie.hao@gatech.edu, or visit the website https://hconioncc.wixsite.com/home
Assistant Professor
Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Assistant Professor for Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Link: http://www.ict.ac.cn
PhD Intern
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
PhD internship in the area of design automation and high-level synthesis at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory - High Performance Computing Group
Link: https://careers.pnnl.gov/JobOpeningID=311350
Principal Software Engineer
Cadence Design Systems
The Constraint Solvers & Randomization team at Cadence is looking for a Lead R&D Engineer with a background in CP and/or related areas. You will work with an experienced and diverse team in an Agile, fast pace environment, addressing challenging problems and developing solutions used by thousands of our customers worldwide.
Link: https://cadence.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/External_Careers/job/BURLINGTON-01/Principal-Software-Engineer_R31407
PhD Positions in Hardware Security and Machine Learning at TAMU
Texas A&M University
The Secure and Trustworthy (SETH) lab at Texas A&M University, led by ​Prof. JV Rajendran​, invites applications for three fully-funded Ph.D. positions in the area of trustworthy hardware design and the role of machine learning in securing hardware.

The lab conducts research in the area of hardware security, focusing on trustworthy integrated circuit (IC) design, electronic design automation (EDA) for secure systems, and security analysis of existing hardware using machine learning.

More information about our research​​ can be found at https://seth.engr.tamu.edu/publications/

We are looking for self-motivated students to work on multiple research projects on machine learning for hardware security.
Candidates must have a strong background in computer science, design, and analysis of algorithms. Prior experience in machine learning and/or reinforcement learning is required. Understanding of VLSI design will be a bonus but not necessary.
Link: https://seth.engr.tamu.edu/
Researcher/Senior Researcher
Temasek Labs, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
If Research on crossroads of Hardware Security and Mobile/IoT devices excite you, get in touch. We are seeking applications for a motivated researcher in the area of embedded and mobile security. The successful candidate will work with experienced researchers to explore new security vulnerabilities in commercial products like smartphones and IoT, with a focus on secure boot.

Link: https://iacr.org/jobs/item/2373
Ph.D. Student for ML/HW/Quantum at UNM
University of New Mexico
ISA-LAB at UNM has multiple openings for self-motivated Ph.D. students. Research directions include machine learning, hardware accelerator design (e.g., FPGA, ASIC, CiM, etc.), and quantum computing. Feel free to contact Prof. Lei Yang at leiyang@unm.edu. Check details at leiyang0416.github.io.
Link: leiyang0416.github.io
Post-Doctoral Researcher
University of Wisconsin-Madison
We are looking for outstanding candidates to join the eLab research team at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Successful candidates will work one of the two following projects:

1- Design and optimization of Domain-Specific Systems-on-Chip (SoCs) that target next-generation communication and autonomous driving systems. This work will involve intelligent scheduling using online machine learning, optimal on-chip communication, and digital hardware design. The students will have the opportunity to work with multiple academic and industrial collaborators.

2- Memory and communication architecture design for SoCs, many-core integrated systems, and data center networks. This work will involve analytical performance and power consumption modeling to complement and accelerate simulation-based architecture explorations.

Interested candidate can submit their CV to Prof. Umit Ogras (uogras@wisc.edu) or Anish Krishnakumar (anish.n.krishnakumar@wisc.edu) with the subject line “New eLab researcher”.
PhD Student
North Carolina State University
We are seeking a PhD student to join our research group on hardware cybersecurity. Please find details on our research and publications, and the position through the provided link.
Link: https://research.ece.ncsu.edu/aaysu/
Post-doctoral Position in Hardware Cryptography
Yale University
We have an opening for a post-doctotral researcher for our projects on hardware implementation of cryptographic algorithms, focusing on post-quantum crypto. Please e-mail jakub.szefer@yale.edu with your CV if you are interested! I may not respond to messages in Whova, please e-mail. Thanks!
Link: https://caslab.csl.yale.edu
Post-doctoral Position in Architecture Security
Yale University
We have an opening for a post-doctoral researcher for our projects on design of Trusted Execution Environments, side-channel attacks in processors, and related topics. Please e-mail jakub.szefer@yale.edu with your CV if you are interested! I may not respond to messages in Whova, please e-mail. Thanks!
Link: https://caslab.csl.yale.edu
Postdoc at U. Washington
U. WASHINGTON
*POSTDOC Position available!*

Hi, my research team at the University of Washington, Seattle is a looking for a great postdoc (or two!). The position is available starting immediately, but I am flexible on your start date. We are even more flexible on when/if you move to Seattle. =)

We have two major projects that are going on -- the first is BlackParrot, an open source Linux capable 64b RISC-V multicore funded by DARPA. The second is HammerBlade, a supercomputer for ML and graphs, also funded by DARPA. We have 12nm silicon for V0 of both designs. But these are just the beginning!

The projects are quite broad in their scope, so there are many places where the postdoc can offer leadership and technical expertise:

Writing ISCA, HPCA, ASPLOS, MICRO, VLSI, ISSCC, OOSPLA, PLDI, CGO, ICCAD, DAC papers
Optimizing ML on real architectures
Designing ML accelerators
LLVM Compiler Hacking and Compiler Transformations
GCC Compiler
PyTorch backend
Acceleration of Graph Computations
GPU Coding and Performance Analysis
Computer Architecture
Parallel Compilers
SystemVerilog Design
VLSI Design
ICC2, OpenRoad and/or Innovus Flows
Chip Tapeouts
FPGA Optimization
High Speed Single-Ended I/O (e.g. SSTL receiver design)

See email to prof.taylor@gmail.com if you know somebody who might be a good fit!

Thanks!

Professor Taylor
Link: None
PhD student in New Mexico State University
New Mexico State University
The research lab directed by Assistant Professor Dr. Wenjie Che at Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at New Mexico State University has opening positions for Master and Ph.D students with RA/TA financial support. The major research areas include:
(1) Machine-learning security;
(2) Hardware (embedded system) security and trust;
(3) hardware and software co-design (FPGA/SoC);
(4) Authentication, privacy and cryptography protocols;
(5) VLSI/FPGA design and testing, hardware acceleration.
Students who are interested are welcome to contact Dr. Wenjie Che at wche@nmsu.edu. For more research related information, please visit Dr. Wenjie Che's homepage at: https://wordpress.nmsu.edu/wche/
Link: https://wordpress.nmsu.edu/wche/
Post-Doctoral/Research Scientist position in Post-Quantum Cryptography Hardware
Texas A&M University
A Postdoctoral/Research Scientist position in Post-Quantum Cryptography Hardware Primitives Design and Analysis. There continues to be a need for a set of highly-optimized, parameterizable hardware modules to serve as building blocks for faster design space exploration of post-quantum cryptosystems, especially the systems using Ring-LWE algorithms. The ASCS Laboratory has a number of ongoing research efforts on the topic (https://ascslab.org/research/pqcp/index.html). Pay will be competitive to industry standards. If you are interested and have the appropriate technical background, please email your CV and a short description of your research interests on the topic to ascslab@gmail.com.
Link: https://ascslab.org/research.html
Postdoctoral/Research Scientist position with formal methods background
Texas A&M University
A Postdoctoral/Research Scientist position with formal methods background to participate in our Micro-contracts based Secure Systems Design project. "Security micro-contract" or simply "micro-contract" paradigm is a secure computer systems design approach through minimal formal contracts (i.e., micro-contracts) between adjacent layers or modules of the architecture (https://ascslab.org/papers/contracts.pdf). Pay will be competitive to industry standards. If you are interested and have the appropriate technical background, please email your CV and a short description of your research interests on the topic to ascslab@gmail.com.
Link: https://ascslab.org/research.html
Postdoctoral/Research Scientist position with Operating Systems background
Texas A&M University
A Postdoctoral/Research Scientist position with Operating Systems background to participate in our RISC-V architecture design exploration suite (https://ascslab.org/research/briscv/index.html). Our laboratory is going into the third year of a four-year project to tape-out a secure 8-core RISC-V processor. We currently have an FPGA working prototype and are looking for an OS person to assist in developing the file system and OS around both the FPGA and ASIC versions. Pay will be competitive to industry standards. If you are interested and have the appropriate technical background, please email your CV and a short description of your research interests on the topic to ascslab@gmail.com.
Link: https://ascslab.org/research.html
RD Engineer II
Ansys
This engineer will join the Redhawk-SC Research and Development team that creates state of the art software for semiconductor analysis. RedHawk-SC is the proven industry leader for power noise and reliability signoff for SoC designs. https://careers.ansys.com/job/Austin-R&D-Engineer-II-TX-78746/691851200/?locale=en_US
Link: None
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