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Master thesis: Optimizing GPU resource utelization

Luleå, Sweden
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Job Description

Date: Nov 30, 2018

Job Summary

We are looking for a MSc Thesis student who is interested in computer hardware and GPU acceleration. The main objectives for the work are:

 

Research state of the art mechanisms and applications for GPU acceleration

Explore and characterize new application domains and workloads for GPU acceleration

Evaluate GPU vs traditional CPU performance and energy efficiency for new application areas

Build a test framework/emulator where potential gains of new application domains can be quantified and evaluated.

 

Key Qualifications:

You have studied computer science and data communication or similar

Knowledge of cloud computing and its infrastructure components, containers etc. and GPU acceleration in particular (CUDA, Kubernetes etc.).

Knowledge of processor/computer architecture

You have completed the courses for your degree and are ready to start your MSc thesis

Good programming skills, preferably C and Python

Strong analytical skills and ability to acquire new knowledge and apply it in the job 

Good communication skills in written and spoken English

Ability to formulate problems and solve them independently 

Creativity and ability to work independently

Good presentation & communication skills

Applications should include a short motivation letter, CV, and transcripts of records. Candidates are invited to send their applications as soon as possible.

 

Location: Luleå, Sweden

 

For any questions please contact the responsible recruiter. Stefan Vasiljevic at stefan.vasiljevic@ericsson.com .

 

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Primary country and city: Sweden (SE) || || Luleå || Stud&YP

Job details: Researcher