Nvidia is hiring a
Senior Applied Power Architect - Networking
We are looking for a Senior Applied Power Architect – Networking.
NVIDIA is known as a world leader in providing energy-efficient high-performance products and we continue to invest in the research and development of hyper-efficient Networking architectures. We are continually innovating in creative and unrivaled ways to improve our ability to deliver exceptional perf/watt solutions in a wide range of sectors and verticals. Come join NVIDIAs Applied Power Architecture team to develop state of the art Network Switches to power AI, Automotive and Data Center products.
What you'll be doing:
You will be responsible for ASIC thermal and Power aspects such as: power management, power consumption and thermal limitations. You will also help to invent algorithms and power features for the Networking Switches products and systems like NVIDIA DGX to deliver the best power efficient NVIDIA products.
As a senior team member, you will collaborate closely with other System/SW Architects, and Product engineers to understand energy efficiency improvements.
Deploy advanced techniques to develop highly accurate power and performance models of our products and platforms. You’ll also implement these techniques on silicon to assist power management software.
Drive performance vs power analysis to enable management/marketing with meaningful product decisions and customer interaction.
What we need to see:
MSEE/MSCE, preferably PhD, or equivalent experience with a specialization in low-power architectures.
Strong knowledge of energy efficient system design fundamentals and related tradeoffs from your 4+ years of relevant industry experience.
Deep understanding of processors, servers, and system-SW architectures, and their performance/power modeling techniques.
Proficiency with Python and data analysis packages like: Pandas, NumPy.
Exposure to industry standard Power Analysis EDA tools such as PrimePower etc a plus.
Experience with performance monitors/simulators used in modern processor architectures.
Exposure to lab setup including power measurement equipment such as scope/DAQ. Your ability to analyze board-level power issues like supply voltage, overcurrent etc. is helpful.
Strong interpersonal and organizational skills and the ability & desire to work as a great teammate.
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