Supercomputer Processor Architect 5
Northrop Grumman's Advanced Technology Lab is developing a new family of digital logic known as Reciprocal Quantum Logic (RQL). On a gate for gate basis, RQL consumes five orders of magnitude less power than CMOS while running at significantly higher clock speeds. Having demonstrated its performance with basic circuits, we are now developing processors, memories, and larger systems.
The RQL Architect will contribute to a team designing ultra low power supercomputers using RQL. The candidate must have experience designing high performance digital logic. Experience in developing and implementing complex computing systems using state of the art approaches to high performance parallel processing is highly desired.
Candidates must be comfortable working in a research environment with constantly shifting priorities and requirements.
- Design instruction sets and commands for a high-performance computer system
- Architect Processors and Memory for a high-performance computer system
- Evaluate computing architectures for optimal performance on purpose built machines
- Architect processor/memory units for efficient pipelined processing and performance
- Interact with customers, both internal and external, to convey architecture principles and concepts
- Efficient and effective communication of design and architecture to digital designers for implementation, simulation and synthesis ACandT
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or other relevant technology field with 14 years of related experience including some digital design experience (12 years with an MS; 9 years with a PhD)
Must have working knowledge of processor architecture concepts
Must be fluent in an RTL language (VHDL, Verilog or SystemC)
Must be a US citizen and able to obtain and maintain a DOD Secret security clearance
Previous experience with the entire design process, from design through tape out, through test and acceptance
A Master's degree or PhD in a related field is highly desired.
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