Qualcomm GPU Modeling Engineer in San Diego, California

Job Description:

Job Id E1944905

Job Title GPU Modeling Engineer

Post Date 08/09/2017

Company-Division Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.


CDMA Technology at http://www.qualcomm.com/about/businesses/qct

Job Area Engineering - Hardware

Location California - San Diego

California - Santa Clara

Job Overview As a member of our Graphics System team, you will help create the simulator of our next generation graphics core for mobile devices. In this position, you will be responsible for development of the GPU architecture design using advanced modeling methodologies. You are expected to understand the design and implementation, define the development scope, develop the algorithm for some functional blocks, and verify the correctness of the design. You will be working with architects, designers, driver, and compiler teams to accomplish your tasks.

  • Develop bitwise accurate functional models (C-model) (by using C/C++ etc.) to simulate our new architectures and solutions

  • Develop solid test suites and perform functional and performance verification & validation with the C-Model and RTL simulation

  • Develop / maintain powerful regression system and automation tools to improve delivery quality and efficiency

  • Perform conformance tests, stress & random tests and stabilize GPUs & Compute systems

Minimum Qualifications 3+ year programming experiences on graphics and compute:

  • Solid knowledge on computer/graphics/compute architecture & pipeline (e.g., DirectX, OpenGL, OpenCL, Vulkan, etc.)

  • C/C++, Perl/Python programming language

  • Debugging and problem solving skills

Preferred Qualifications

  • SystemC and TLM experience are desirable

  • Agile development methodology experience is preferable

  • Graphics & compute driver or compiler experience is a plus

  • Verilog/Vera/SystemVerilog experience is a plus

  • Good communication skills and ability & desire to work as a team player

Education Requirements Required: Master's, Computer Science and/or Electrical Engineering

Preferred: Doctorate, Computer Science and/or Electrical Engineering

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