CPU Architecture and Performance Engineer
- Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or equivalent practical experience.
- Experience in modern, high-performance CPU/ML architecture and micro-architecture.
- Experience in performance modeling, performance analysis, and workload characterization.
- Experience with a general purpose programming language (e.g., C/C++, Python).
- Master's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or Computer Science, emphasizing computer architecture or artificial intelligence/machine learning.
- Experience with processor instruction set architecture (e.g., ARM, RISC-V, x86).
- Experience in integrating ARM cores into ASICs at architectural and RTL levels.
- Knowledge of system software components, such as Linux, drivers, and runtime.
About the job
As a CPU Architecture and Performance Engineer, you'll improve processor instruction set architecture, develop innovative microarchitecture features, and help deliver Google’s advanced hardware products. You’ll collaborate with system performance and software teams to analyze application and benchmark performance and to project their performance at various design phases. You’ll be guided by a Senior CPU Architect and work with engineers in power, thermal, security, physical design, and other subsystem teams to determine the CPU subsystem configuration and features, and to support the integration of CPU subsystem.
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- Evaluate ARM’s architecture features from both architecture and performance angles.
- Develop performance model for performance analysis and micro-architecture study.
- Project, analyze, and debug pre-silicon and post-silicon application performance.
- Work with CPU architect to determine CPU subsystem architecture specifications.
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