Engineering Group, Engineering Group > SoC Architecture
NUVIA is now part of Qualcomm. Our mission is to reimagine silicon and create computing platforms that will transform the industry. You will have the opportunity to work with some of the most talented and passionate engineers in the world to create designs that push the envelope on performance, energy efficiency and scalability.
· Frequently transports and install equipment up to 5 lbs.
· Performs required tasks at various heights (e.g. standing or sitting).
· Monitors and utilizes computers and test equipment for more than 6 hours a day.
· Continuous communication which includes the comprehension of information with colleagues, customers, and vendors both in person and remotely.
As a competitive performance and power analyst, you will be working on CPU / GPU performance, power and thermal characterization, bring up industry-standard workloads and benchmarks for competitive analysis, create microbenchmarks to better understand competition, model competition’s future performance-power and trace workloads to feed the inhouse full-chip performance model. This work will influence the company’s future SoC roadmap. The ideal candidate can work remotely.
Roles and Responsibilities
Collecting power-performance data for various CPU and GPU workloads / benchmarks
Characterizing burst and sustained performance/power capabilities of systems
Conducting detailed workload characterization and sensitivity analysis
Writing micro-benchmarks to understand performance characteristics of a SoC
Collect traces to feed the performance simulation model
Build competitive performance prediction models
Present the power-performance data in a concise manner
MS degree in Electrical / Computer Eng with 5 years of relevant experience
Good understanding of computer architecture and OS fundamentals
Experience with characterizing industry standard CPU and GPU benchmarks such as CPU2017 SpecJBB, PCMark, 3DMark, GFXBench, Aztec Ruins, …
Experience with Linux hardware performance counter (PMU) and binary instrumentation tools
Experience in writing micro-benchmarks to measure power/performance characteristics of CPU/GPU
Prior experience in tracing workloads to drive performance prediction models
Experience with building competitive performance-power predictive models
Knowledge of the competitive landscape, feature specifications and industry trends in the server and client domain
Experience in Linux kernel internals / system programming