[Haskell-cafe] [Job] Intel is hiring: FP/FV oriented folks most welcome..

Levent Erkok erkokl at gmail.com
Mon Apr 27 20:26:11 UTC 2015

The group I work for at Intel has an opening for a recent
graduate (BS/MS/PhD) of a US institution.

We work within the product team responsible for the Xeon Phi many-core
processor which is used to build supercomputers. See:

Our team focuses mainly on the floating-point arithmetic verification using
an internal STE based model checking tool called Forte, which is based on
the reFLect language, which itself is a descendant of ML. (With
lazy-evaluation default, and a baked-in BDD based equivalence checking
engine, which makes it supercool! Imagine Haskell with a built-in symbolic
simulation engine.) We also use Haskell for internal purposes as needed.
Our group has extensive freedom in the choice of tools we use.

We also work on a variety of non-arithmetic verification problems,
including cache coherence, ECC (error-detection/correction) algorithms,
instruction length decoders, to name a few. As part of our coherence work
we developed an open source explicit state distributed model checker called
PReach <https://bitbucket.org/jderick/preach/wiki/Home>.

Our group is based in Portland, OR, with one member in Santa Clara, CA.

Please let me know if you are, or you know anyone who might be interested
in this position. Feel free to forward this request.

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