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The Xilinx University Program (XUP), part of the office of the CTO (Chief Technology Officer) department, is seeking an intern with an interest in developing FPGA-based hardware and embedded software applications with Xilinx development tools to work in our group located in Dublin, Ireland.
This is an exciting position working on the latest FPGA hardware and software technologies from Xilinx, including the Zynq System-on-Chip and Zynq Ultrascale+ MPSOC, Vivado Design Suite, PYNQ framework, AWS F1 instances and Alveo data center boards using the Vitis Development Environment.
Responsibilities may include:
Experience with PYNQ and Python would be an advantage.