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Our team is working on a system-wide compute language based on modern C++ to program advanced applications (machine learning, autonomous driving, networking, HPC...) our new ACAP Versal product in a unified way.
The goal of this internship is to develop a SYCL open-source environment targeted at the new Xilinx ACAP Versal systems.
The intern will work in the research labs interacting with different teams across Xilinx to improve the current triSYCL environment to work with our different frameworks.
The work might include working on some applications, adapting the C++ triSYCL runtime on our new platforms, improving the build systems and testing infrastructure, improve the open-source compiler Clang/LLVM to generate code to the targets.
The position is based in San Jose (California, USA) and suited typically for master or PhD students in an area related to compilation.
The candidate will have the opportunity to get involved into advanced technologies through the standardization committees of Khronos OpenCL & SYCL, SPIR... and ISO C++, and meet all the leading companies and laboratories behind these technologies.
Master or PhD students in an area related to compilation (Computer
Typical internship is 6-12 months.
The areas and subjects of the internship are:
- C++20, STL, Boost;
- implementing parallel languages and run-times (SYCL 1.2.1
- DSL & DSeL;
- compilation (Clang/LLVM http://llvm.org/ and SPIR-V
- FPGA, CGRA, DSP & accelerators;
- HPC, real-time applications and libraries.
Typical tools used:
- open-source software used for C++ development (Emacs, RTags...);