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Cybersecurity Tenure-Track Faculty Position
University of Colorado Boulder, Computer Science Department
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Colorado Boulder is currently seeking applications for a Tenure-Track Faculty position in cybersecurity, broadly defined. Candidates in all topics within the broad area of cybersecurity are encouraged to apply. Candidates with interdisciplinary backgrounds connecting security to other domains are strongly encouraged to apply.

The University of Colorado Boulder is committed to building a culturally diverse community of faculty, staff, and students dedicated to contributing to an inclusive campus environment. We are an Equal Opportunity employer, including veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Link: https://jobs.colorado.edu/jobs/JobDetail/Cybersecurity-Tenure-Track-Faculty-Position/33898
Multiple Open-Discipline Faculty Positions in Engineering and Applied Science
University of Colorado Boulder
The College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) at the University of Colorado Boulder is launching a new college-wide search for multiple Tenure-Track Faculty positions rostered among any of the six departments in the college. We anticipate hiring at the assistant professor rank, although qualified candidates will be considered at the associate and full professor levels.

This search is motivated by the four core values of the college’s strategic vision: accelerate our research impact to produce advances in technology and benefits to society, embrace our public education mission including expanding access and participation of diverse and underrepresented communities in engineering and computer science, increase our global engagement, and enrich our professional environment.

The University of Colorado Boulder is committed to building a culturally diverse community of faculty, staff, and students dedicated to contributing to an inclusive campus environment. We are an Equal Opportunity employer, including veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Link: https://jobs.colorado.edu/jobs/JobDetail/?jobId=33571
PhD Position in Computer Systems focusing on programmable memory systems
Uppsala University
The memory system of modern processors plays a critical role in delivering performance and efficiency. Today they have multiple sophisticated algorithms running to handle caches (what data to keep and replace), prefetchers (what data to proactively load), and coherency (how to track data), among other things. Currently these algorithms are hard coded in logic circuits, making them impossible to optimize for diverse applications.

This project aims to address these issues by adding programmability to the memory system components to allow them to be customized for each application. To accomplish this we will investigate what kind of programmability to add and where to add it, how to minimize its overhead through clever circuits and instructions, and how to adapt the behavior for each program. This requires hardware, architecture, software, and compilers to work together, and smart researchers to put it all together.

The result of this project will be that applications can describe how their data should best be handled and hardware can do so far more efficiently than today’s one-size-fits-all solutions.
PhD Position in Computer Architecture focusing on the design of a 128-bit machine
CNRS/Grenoble INP
The goal of this multi-team project is to build the next generation computer, which notably entails increasing the address space (e.g., to 128-bit) in order to allow any process to access a gigantic amount of data. This can notably allow the unification of storage and memory, allowing data to be accessed with load and store instructions regardless of it actual location (memory, storage, peripheral, etc.).

Within the processor, going to 128-bit has a significant impact. First, general purpose registers must double in size in order to implement 128-bit arithmetic to manipulate 128-bit addresses. This impacts the area and power consumption of the register file, the functional units, the bypass network, etc. This hardware overhead is paid even if a user simply ported (recompiled) a program written for a 64-bit machine to this new 128-bit machine, even if the program does not make use of the larger address space. Moreover, there exists a performance cost since pointers now occupy 128 bits, meaning that the footprint of pointers in memory (and in cache memory) is doubled.

The goal of this Ph.D. thesis is to quantify the impact of the move from 64-bit to 128-bit on central processor (CPU) performance and power consumption, and to propose microarchitectural solutions to significantly reduce this impact. The project will use the open-source RISC-V ISA [1], as it already features a 128-bit extension and will let us add new instructions easily.
Link: https://www.hipeac.net/jobs/12585/building-an-efficient-128-bit-general-purpose-processor/
Research Scientist at Processor Architecture Research Labs
Intel
The Processor Architecture Research (PAR) Lab at Intel leads corporate-wide research into futuristic processor architectures.
The Lab is investigating:
1. Extreme CPU microarchitectures across topics such as mitigating front-end bottlenecks, ML-inspired branch/value predictors and code/data prefetchers, advanced-cache/heterogeneous memory hierarchies, and hardware-based security
2. Accelerator-based subsystems for emerging AI applications and their synergistic integration with CPUs/GPUs and exploiting novel memories
3. Co-design across (micro)architecture and system software to enable next-generation to compute/memory efficiencies for data center and cloud services

We are hiring Research Scientists in all these areas at the Bangalore, India location. Here’s your opportunity to work with some of the best researchers at Intel’s moonshot division!

If you want to be a part of this amazing team, please share your profile across, and if you have any friends who are smart and dynamic thinkers - like you – please introduce us. It's your chance to win some Intel merchandise if your referrer gets interviewed!

Qualifications desired:
· Candidates must have a Ph.D. or advanced MS in EE/CS from a top University. Research experience is highly desired either in graduate school or in the industry.
· Technical Expertise (one or more):
o Strong software expertise in C++/Perl/Python and experience in cycle-accurate (micro)architecture simulators and/or system software (compilers, runtimes, OS)
o Expertise in VLSI design and/or accelerator-based (micro)architecture
o Expertise in emerging/AI workloads characterization and workload-driven architecture

Senior Research Leaders will drive research projects both internally in collaboration with Intel Business Units as well as externally with top academics at Universities worldwide.

Intel Labs is one of Intel's best-kept secrets. Read more about the exciting work they are a part of, https://lnkd.in/gxiEjxnS
Research Scientist on Computer Architecture
Huawei
Huawei Zurich Research Center is seeking Researchers on Computer system and processor architecture. For more detailed job information, please refer to: https://apply.workable.com/huawei-16/j/628B814F85/
Job 1: Assistant professor in Computer Architecture
University of Central Florida
Job Description:

The Department of Computer Science (CS) at the University of Central Florida (UCF) is seeking a 9-month, tenure-earning assistant professor to focus primarily on the broad area of computer architecture and systems. The anticipated start date is August 8, 2022.

The ideal candidate will have a strong background in computer architecture and systems, with a prior publication record in computer architecture venues (e.g., ISCA, HPCA, MICRO, ASPLOS, etc.). Candidates working at the intersection of emerging memory and storage systems, multicore/multiprocessor systems, processor design, operating systems, and/or compilers are highly encouraged to apply. The ideal candidate is expected to have a research impact with an upward trajectory as reflected in high-quality publications and the ability to build a well-funded research program. We are looking for a team player who can complement our existing strengths and efforts in hardware systems research and our educational effort in this domain, with the ability to teach both undergraduate and graduate computer architecture courses.

The Department of Computer Science at UCF is home to the first Computer Science Ph.D. program in Florida. Its 34 tenured and tenure-track faculty are engaged in world-class research in HCI, Computer Vision, AI and Machine Learning, Virtual Reality, Cyber Security and Privacy, Computer Architecture/Systems, and many other areas. The department has both CS and IT undergraduate degrees accredited by ABET, M.S. degrees in Computer Science, Digital Forensics, Cyber Security and Privacy, Data Analytics, Computer Vision, FinTech, and a Ph.D. program in Computer Science. For more information see www.cs.ucf.edu.

Orlando has many industry partners and is undergoing a tech boom. Refer to the link for detailed information.
Link: https://jobs.ucf.edu/en-us/job/501057/assistant-professor-computer-science
Job 2 and 3: Assistant professors in security/systems and security/AI
University of Central Florida
The University of Central Florida (UCF) has established nine interdisciplinary clusters to strengthen its academic offerings and research mission. In support of this effort, we are recruiting faculty in the broad area of cyber security and privacy, and plan to hire two tenure-track assistant professors for this cluster. These positions have an anticipated start date of August 8, 2022.



For the first position, we are looking for a faculty candidate with a background at the intersection of machine learning, artificial intelligence, security, and privacy. For the second position, we are looking for candidates working in systems security, broadly defined. This may include specialization in the security of software systems, networked systems, hardware systems, etc., or a combination thereof. The ideal candidates for these two positions will have a strong background in cyber security and privacy and be on an upward trajectory in these areas. They will have a research impact, as reflected in high-quality publications and the ability to build a well-funded research program. We are looking for team players who can help bring together current campus efforts in cyber security and privacy.



The Cybersecurity and Privacy Cluster is an interdisciplinary initiative bringing together researchers from across the campus, working on addressing the pressing questions of our national security from an engineering, science, and social perspective. The cluster currently has eight members, collectively advising more than 35 doctoral students, embracing a strong culture of collaboration and teamwork. The cluster runs various well-funded programs, is home to a newly introduced MS in Cybersecurity and Privacy, and was recently awarded the NSF Scholarship for Service Program.

Orlando is home to many tech companies and is experiencing a tech boom. Refer to the link for more details.
Link: https://jobs.ucf.edu/en-us/job/501009/assistant-professor-cyber-security-and-privacy
Faculty Position in Computer Architecture & Hardware
UCSC
we are hiring in computing systems and hardware, broadly defined, including but not limited to:

- hardware design
- computer architecture
- embedded systems
- operating systems
Link: https://recruit.ucsc.edu/JPF01163
AMD Research Post-doc position
AMD Research
The candidate will explore (micro)architectural modifications to optimize state of the art CPU multicores for both single and multi-thread performance & power efficiency, targeting commercial workloads from a variety of market segments (Client, Server, Cloud, HPC, ML, etc.). An ideal candidate must have an excellent understanding of CPU core & cache architecture, deep experience with performance analysis methodologies and processor simulators, solid programming skills in C++ and Python. Familiarity with any of the following is a plus: x86 ISA, compiler optimizations and speculation techniques.
Link: https://jobs.amd.com/job/Santa-Clara-Research-Post-Doc-in-CPU-multicore-%28micro%29architectures-98221-Cali/754926000/?locale=en_US
AMD Research: Full-time, Postdocs, Interns
AMD Research
AMD Research has a variety of opportunities spanning many technology areas relevant to AMD products and businesses (CPU, GPU, accelerators, memory, interconnect, software, applications, etc.). If you or someone you know is interested, please reach out to me here in Whova, on LinkedIn, or via email. (Please note that positions are based out of the US and generally need US work authorization, export-control clearance, and/or other requirements.)

A few more detailed job postings will also be listed here in Whova. Under the Whova job posting section, just search for "AMD Research" throughout this week.
Link: https://www.amd.com/en/corporate/research
AMD Research Coop/Intern position (Spring 2022)
AMD Research
The candidate will identify via profiling performance bottlenecks and opportunities for scaling performance of multi-threaded applications when running in a CPU multicore coupled with high bandwidth memory systems. Target codes are memory-bound HPC, Graph Analytics and Machine Learning applications. An ideal candidate should have expertise with CPU parallelization software and hardware technologies, solid understanding of CPU profiling tools and performance analysis flows, excellent programming skills, preferably in C++ and Python. Familiarity with HBM memory technology and CPU vectorization are a plus. (Please note that the position is US-based and generally needs US work authorization, export-control clearance, and/or other requirements.)
AMD Research Coop/Intern position 2 (Spring 2022)
AMD Research
The candidate will identify (micro)-architectural mechanisms to scale performance in CPU multicores coupled with high bandwidth memory systems. Target applications are memory-bound HPC, Graph analytics and Machine Learning applications. An ideal candidate should have expertise with CPU cache hierarchies, SoC architecture, solid understanding of memory systems, experience with performance modeling, excellent programming skills, preferably in C++ and Python. Familiarity with data prefetching techniques, coherence support and on-die interconnects are a plus. Please note that the position is US-based and generally needs US work authorization, export-control clearance, and/or other requirements.
Chip Architecture Research Scientist @ Alibaba DAMO Academy
Alibaba
If interested, please contact: lide.duan@alibaba-inc.com

Computing Technology Lab of Alibaba DAMO Academy is committed to the cutting-edge research on computing, memory/storage, and interconnect technologies. The lab adopts both application-driven and technology-driven research methods, focusing on areas such as computer architecture, system architecture, IC design optimizations, etc.

Job Responsibilities:
1. Architecture exploration for general-purpose computing chips such as CPU/GPU, domain-specific accelerators such as AI chips, etc.
2. Conduct research in chip related areas and emerging computing areas (such as machine learning), and develop proof-of-concept prototypes.
3. Analyze application performance characteristics in real systems and/or simulation environments, identify system bottlenecks, and guide chip architecture design decisions.
4. Develop performance models, analysis tools, test cases, etc. for chip products/SOCs, and work with chip design teams to improve chip performance/power/area.

Requirements:
1. PhD or M.S. degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science or a related field, with experience in computer/system architecture design and/or research, etc.
2. In-depth knowledge of computer architecture, chip microarchitecture, CPU/SOC components, etc.
3. Solid programming skills such as C/C++/RTL and scripting skills such as Python
4. Familiar with performance analysis methods, simulation models, benchmarking tools, etc.
5. Good communication and English writing skills, self-motivated, and able to work in a team environment.
Positions at AADG Intel: full time, interns
Intel Corporation
The world is transforming – and so is Intel! Here at Intel, we believe the world needs technology that can enrich the lives of every person on Earth.

The Advanced Architecture Development Group (AADG) is a CPU Core development team in Portland, Oregon. We believe that developing these technologies takes a team of exceptionally talented individuals who work together to visualize, innovate, and make the future of computing possible.

If you are excited about advanced development of breakthrough technologies for future-generation CPU cores, we invite you to join us, to do something wonderful!

Join Intel’s Advanced Architecture Development Group to work on research and development of future CPU core microarchitectures. This is an opportunity to integrate your new concepts in a processor.

Intern positions will be available soon.

Listed positions are in Oregon. However, if you are interested in a position within AADG, but in France, contact Andre.Seznec@intel.com
Link: https://jobs.intel.com/page/show/search-results#q=AADG&t=Jobs&sort=relevancy&layout=table
Assistant Professor
The University of Oklahoma
The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the Gallogly College of Engineering (GCoE) at the University of Oklahoma (OU) invites applicants for a tenure-track assistant professor position in computer engineering. Research areas of interest but are not limited to domain-specific accelerators, FPGA/GPGPU computing and heterogeneous architectures. application-specific instruction set processors and new computing technologies such near/in-memory computing to support emerging applications.

Successful candidates will be innovative, collegial, and energetic while thriving both as an individual and as part of a dynamic team. All candidates must hold a Ph.D. degree in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science or a related field, be able to advise Ph.D. and M.S. students, and teach courses at all levels. Existing relationships and experience with academia, private industry and/or government laboratories are also highly desirable. The successful candidate will be expected to have a strong commitment to graduate and undergraduate research and education.

Applications should be submitted online via Interfolio/ByCommittee at https://apply.interfolio.com/70781 . Inquiries about the position can be addressed to Professor Ron Barnes, chair of the search committee, at ron@ou.edu. Review of applications is ongoing.
Link: https://apply.interfolio.com/70781
Tenure-track Faculty and Faculty of Instruction, Computer Science, All Levels
Northwestern University
The Computer Science Department at Northwestern University is in the midst of adding twenty new tenure-track faculty in core Computer Science and collaboratively with other disciplines (CS + X), as well as a number of non-tenure-track teaching faculty. We seek outstanding candidates who are excited by the opportunity to help build the future of CS at a world-class university. Northwestern is a leading R1 university comprising a number of highly ranking schools that provide extraordinary opportunities for collaboration across a wide range of disciplines. Located in beautiful Evanston, on the shores of lake Michigan, just outside the diverse and culturally vibrant city of Chicago, Northwestern faculty have ample opportunities to connect with the city’s growing technology sector and nearby National Labs. Please see the webpage at the posted link for more information.
Link: https://www.mccormick.northwestern.edu/computer-science/careers/
Exciting Fulltime co-op/Internships at a Stealth startup - Rivos
RiVos Inc
Multiple positions at all levels across hardware and software
Link: https://rivosinc.gitlab.io/extweb/
Sr. Systems Researcher at AMD Research
AMD Research
Full time position at the top industry research lab for the exciting research on the next generation computing systems with heterogeneous and distributed and disaggregated resources.
Link: https://jobs.amd.com/job/Santa-Clara-Sr_-Systems-Researcher-95945-Cali/745191700/
Senior Software Researcher at AMD Research
AMD Research
AMD Research seeks a senior researcher with experience in software for high-performance and heterogeneous computing. This is your opportunity to play an influential role in AMD Research and impact the future of computing worldwide. This role requires experience in both research and software development, and the candidate should have a demonstrated track record of driving innovation.
Link: https://jobs.amd.com/job/Austin-Senior-Software-Researcher-95941-Texa/777770200/
Senior Manager, AMD Research
AMD Research
AMD Research seeks a passionate, collaborative leader with strong technical skills and the initiative to motivate an expert team. You will lead world-class researchers and technical teams to create the next generation of computing and graphics technologies. You will steer, mentor, and drive innovations into AMD and the industry’s future. Are you up for this challenge?
Link: https://jobs.amd.com/job/Bellevue-Senior-Manager-%28Technical%29%2C-AMD-Research-113422-Wash/788692400/
PhD position in Hardware Security
ETH Zurich
We are looking for a new PhD student with a strong hardware design background and a Master’s degree in electrical engineering, computer science or a related field to join our systems security group at ETH Zurich. The candidate is expected to collaborate with the group members and the microelectronics design center in the Department of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering to build the next generation of secure hardware/software platforms.

For more information about the group and our research please refer to this page: https://comsec.ethz.ch

For more information about the position, please refer to this page: https://www.jobs.ethz.ch/job/view/JOPG_ethz_7FkntWDMcF9OZE5M5H
Link: https://www.jobs.ethz.ch/job/view/JOPG_ethz_7FkntWDMcF9OZE5M5H
Ph.D. positions in Computer Architecture for Cognitive Computing and Graphics Processors
Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC)
The Architecture and Compilers (ARCO) Research Group of the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya at Barcelona (Spain) is seeking for students/researchers interested in pursuing a PhD (or Master+PhD) in the area of Computer Architecture, and more specifically in topics related with cognitive computing systems or graphics processors.

Selected candidates will be working in the ARCO research group. We offer a leading-edge environment for research, with strong links with worldwide academia and industry. ARCO is a world-class group in the areas of computer architecture and compilers, with numerous publications in the most prestigious international symposia and journals, and many collaborations with industry.
Performance architect
Lightmatter
In this role, you will be helping us define and simulate the architecture(s) for our ground-breaking AI accelerators. From memory system design to data-flow optimization, you will be part of a team that integrates our high performance photonics compute core into a custom machine learning accelerator SoC. You will work closely with our hardware and software teams to model the behavior and performance of our systems.

Join a tight-knit team where each individual’s contributions directly influence the success of the company and product. You will have the opportunity to build a new kind of computer from the ground up and to solve groundbreaking challenges along the way. Work with people who love to build and who thrive in technically diverse environments where great ideas are prioritized.

Responsibilities
● Help define and simulate the architecture and microarchitecture for Lightmatter's products
● Model benchmark performance on future Lightmatter products
● Deliver flexible simulation environments to allow architecture tradeoffs
● Actively collaborate with digital, photonics and analog teams to understand system behavior and performance
Link: https://lightmatter.co/
SoC Architect
Lightmatter
Lightmatter builds chips for artificial intelligence computing. Our architecture leverages unique properties of light to enable fast and efficient inference and training engines. If you're a collaborative engineer or scientist who has a passion for innovation, solving challenging technical problems and doing impactful work...work like building the world's first optical computers, consider joining the team at Lightmatter!

We are seeking a motivated and dedicated hands-on SoC architect to help develop an ASIC for our next-generation artificial intelligence computing architecture alongside a team of world-class scientists and engineers.

In this role, you will be helping us define the architecture for a ground-breaking AI accelerator. From memory system design to data-flow optimization, you will be part of a team that integrates our high performance photonics compute core into a custom machine learning accelerator SoC. You will also work closely with our software and analog teams to define and optimize the features needed to accelerate the next generation of machine learning algorithms.

Join a tight-knit team where each individual’s contributions directly influence the success of the company and product. You'll have the opportunity to build a new kind of computer from the ground up and to solve groundbreaking challenges along the way. Work with people who love to build and who thrive in technically diverse environments where great ideas are prioritized.

Responsibilities

+ Help define the architecture and microarchitecture for Lightmatter's products.
+ Make power/performance/area tradeoffs at the system level.
+ Deliver RTL for one or more major blocks within the SoC.
+ Generate documentation for modules, including functionality and timing.
+ Actively collaborate with photonics and analog teams to design devices that meet performance and power requirements.
+ Work closely with software teams on functionality, interfaces, and documentation

Link: https://apply.workable.com/lightmatter/j/E80B509595/
Faculty Openings at USC
USC
Dear MICRO Community,
USC ECE department is looking for faculty candidates with broad research interests. See below for details.

https://minghsiehece.usc.edu/about/open-positions/

If you are interested please apply and email me.
Link: https://minghsiehece.usc.edu/about/open-positions/
20 Tenure-Track Faculty Positions in CSE at The Ohio State University
The Ohio State University
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering (https://cse.osu.edu/) at The Ohio State University invites applications for 20 tenure-track faculty appointments at all seniority levels and in all CSE research areas.
Link: https://cse.osu.edu/faculty-recruiting/tenuredtenure-track-faculty-positions
Intern, Architecture Research at Arm
Arm
We are seeking highly motivated interns to join the Arm Research group to work on a variety of innovative research for spring, summer, or fall-term placements. This is an opportunity to work alongside friendly and welcoming researchers defining the next stages of the Arm architecture and systems, and meaningfully contribute to ideas that will be at the heart of an ecosystem of more than one thousand partners that ship over 20 billion groundbreaking Arm-powered processors each year.

Our architecture research activities cover a wide range of subject areas including mobile and personal computing and applications; server, cloud, and HPC computing; emerging memory technologies; interconnects; throughput and vector computing; exploiting parallelism with vector, SIMD, throughput, and multicore architecture. We are looking for interns that are passionate about dreaming up innovations with the potential to change the future of compute.
Link: https://careers.arm.com/job/austin/intern-research-architecture/33099/16730899136
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