|Location:||Santa Clara, California, USA|
|Introduction:||Intel is one of the largest semiconductor chip makers, known for making microprocessors in most PC today. We have two openings: (a) from Intel Labs and (b) from Mobile and Communications Group.
(A) Intel Labs, the research arm of Intel Corporation, is inventing tomorrow's technology to make our lives easier, more enjoyable and more productive. We fuel Intel’s growth and deliver breakthrough technologies that bring the benefits of the ongoing digital revolution to everyone.
(B) Intel Mobile and Communications Group develops and markets innovative semiconductor products and solutions for mobile communications, most notably in the rapid-growth market segments of smart phones.
|Opening A:||2 persons|
|Field:||Computer vision, system software, and cloud computing|
|Description:||In a little over a decade, billions of video streams captured worldwide (by wearables, vehicles, webcams, or urban cameras) will generate over an exapixel per second of information. This "big visual data" stream offers the promise of enabling new applications of computing that span many critical fields: autonomous robotics, transportation, medicine, public health and safety, retail, smart-city management, and entertainment. However, architecting systems that scale to analyze the world's visual data, and developing algorithms for intelligently interpreting the contents of often-on video while respecting privacy, stands as a significant computing challenge. Intel Labs is looking for talents/experts in computer vision/machine learning, distributed systems, and cloud computing to design new systems that will serve as the compute engines for new applications that efficiently analyze large repositories (or continuous streams) of video data at scale.|
|Opening B:||1 person|
-Ph.D/Telecommunication/System Engineers working on optimizing modem performance and competitive analysis
-The candidate will work with a team of System Engineers, Firmware Engineers and Verification Engineers on defining KPI (Key-Performance-Indicator) parameters at PHY/MAC/RRC/PDCP that need to be monitored in a 4G modem. She/He will develop KPI monitors that will be integrated into Intel production environment after internal validation.
-The candidate will also work with Intel trace analysis tools and interact with Firmware to understand how tracing is defined and optimized. During the internship, he/she is expected to fine tune some of the existing L1/L2 algorithms based on Throughput/Voice Quality vs Power trade off.
-The candidate will be able to work with State-of-the-Art 4G performance simulator, where development of new signal processing algorithms is also expected.
-The candidate will work with a team of System Engineers and Verification Engineers for extracting data from modem logs to run KPI comparison across multiple mobile devices. The data that will be used contains performance KPI which will be parsed for pattern recognition for potential functional issues. The data will be used also to generate performance dashboards, the data being pooled directly from the Big Data base. The environment that will be used is a Hadoop data base, the interface of which is via open source GUI and cmd line.
-The candidate must possess (or be in the process of obtaining) a Ph.D. in Wireless Communications. The candidate must be familiar with MATLAB and GIT. Knowing Hadoop toolset (i.e. Hive, Impala, etc.) would be a plus.
|Revised on 2017/10/05.|