As a member of the Fault Tolerant Computing research group within the department System Architectures you will contribute to research into designing and implementing FPGA ICs in IHP technology with the help of open source FPGA development tools. Your tasks will include the setup and testing of the OpenFPGA framework for rapid prototyping of customizable FPGA architectures. An international team of 12 scientists including very experienced senior researchers as well as several PhD students is looking forward to you. Flat hierarchies and mutual support are important to us. We see diversity of perspectives as a great advantage for our team. We strive for a balanced gender mix in our team.
You hold a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Sciences or a comparable study area. You are already experienced with HDL design and FPGA programming and have a good understanding of the FPGA architecture. Ideally, but not mandatory you have experience in working with Linux and are familiar with using Makefiles and the general concept of build flows.