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Intel Graduate Technical Talk

Portland State University FAB, Room 86-09
1900 SW Fourth Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97201, US (map)

Access Notes

Building is at 4th and College. Room 86-01 is in the basement, take the elevator or stairs down to basement and follow the signs.

Food is provided


Intel is Seeking MS and PhD students for OS Software Engineer positions

Computer Science | Computer Engineering | Electrical Engineering | related disciplines

Join Daniel as he discusses this exciting opportunity: “I love software. I love to create. I love to innovate. I'm fascinated by system architecture, and emergent complexity-by-necessity. I've been drawn into OS level work due to its fundamental similarities with any satisfyingly complex architecture. It is amazing how many patterns are shared between video games, robots, and operating systems. All of which, I love. I love working in the Windows Operating System (WOS) team at Intel, because of the intense technical effort required to be able to contribute in even the slightest manner. This effort, once exerted, begets unfathomable satisfaction.”

OS Software Engineer Candidates must have: Strong knowledge of computer/processor architecture, OS fundamentals, OS internals, OS-level APIs, Kernel debugger, driver development, system level development / prototype, C/ASM programming, data structures and algorithms. Expertise in core technologies such as platform power mgmt, low power IO, sensor architecture, IO driver stacks, and virtualization is highly desired. Qualifications include: Some experience with OS development. Experience developing and/or debugging software for HW devices. Strong written and verbal communications skills a must. Testing experience a plus. Apply for these positions today: intel.com/jobs/students