Developing compiler technology as the primary job function; Designs, develops, debugs & tests compiler software and programming languages e.g. advanced compiler optimizations and features specific for Intel Architectures, parallelization and vectorization through compilers, new programming languages support. May work directly with hardware design team, companies and communities developing compilers, participate in language and standard groups. Usually holds an academic degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or Computational Science.
You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Experience listed below would be obtained through a combination of your school-work/ classes/ research and/or relevant previous job and/or internship experiences.
Master's Degree in Computer science or Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering with 2+ years of experience or PhD in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering or a related field.
1+ years of experience with:
Intel Architecture, Graphics, and Software (IAGS) brings Intel's technical strategy to life. We have embraced the new reality of competing at a product and solution level—not just a transistor one. We take pride in reshaping the status quo and thinking exponentially to achieve what's never been done before. We've also built a culture of continuous learning and persistent leadership that provides opportunities to practice until perfection and filter ambitious ideas into execution.
US, Georgia, Atlanta
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