Hardware Accelerators and Neuromorphic Computing/Hybrid Memristor/CMOS Research Associate (Intern)

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP

amount

Varies

awards available

Unspecified

deadline

Varies

Description

The Hewlett Packard Labs - Hardware Accelerators and Neuromorphic Computing/Hybrid Memristor/CMOS Research Associate (Intern) is available to students currently enrolled in a PhD program in electrical engineering, computer engineering, applied physics, computer science, or related areas. You must have skills of interest include device modeling, nanoelectronic device testing, algorithms in machine learning, security, and optimization problems, systems architecture and benchmarking, and CMOS design, highly motivated to tackle practical problems in daily research and deliver high quality results, and excellent written and verbal communication skills will be required for technical reporting to be considered for this position.