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Mobile Heterogeneous SOC Architect
Exciting opportunities for Mobile Heterogeneous SOC Architect in Cambridge, UK, to deliver industry leading mobile Heterogeneous SOC architecture design with a multinational global leader in ICT providers.
- Responsible for SOC multi core heterogeneous performance and power modeling and analysis
- Research on DSP/GPU/CPU/NPU cooperation solution and H-S-A programme.
- Research on hardware scheduler or hardware kernel for heterogeneous computing
- Work with SoC team to optimize heterogeneous computing architecture
- MS/PhD degree in EE/CE or relative field with 5 or more years of ASIC design experience, and more than 3 years of direct experience working with heterogeneous computing hardware design.
- Expertise in state of the art mobile programmable heterogeneous computing architecture and compiler technology.
- 3、Familarity with OPENCL or H -S-A
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