The Programming Systems Lab, the group that I recently joined at Intel Labs, is hiring Ph.D. student interns for next summer!
The PSL is a group of about twenty researchers, mostly based in Santa Clara, California, just west of San Jose. The group’s charter is to invent new programming systems technologies that improve the performance and programmability of hardware. If you’re a Ph.D. student working on programming languages, compilers, runtime systems, and related hardware technologies, you might be a good fit for the lab.
If you’re a Ph.D. student and you’re interested in doing an internship in the PSL next summer, please contact me at my work email address (my first name dot my last name at intel dot com) and include your CV. You can also feel free to email me with any questions you have, and I’ll do my best to answer them.
One last thing. I didn’t do an internship here before joining the lab; indeed, for a lot of my Ph.D., I didn’t realize that such internships existed. It often seems that internships in groups like this are only publicized by word of mouth, or that the only way to get hired is by knowing someone in the lab. I’d like to make our intern hiring less in-groupy than that. Specifically, the problem is: how is some third-year grad student somewhere, someone who might not be particularly well-connected, or maybe can’t afford to attend lots of conferences, or maybe doesn’t go to a fancy top-however-many school that everyone thinks to recruit from — basically, me in 2011 — going to know that such opportunities exist? That’s really why I’m writing this post: for the benefit of someone who otherwise might not have known that the opportunity existed. If you are that me-three-years-ago person, then maybe we should talk.
At least, not yet; but if you’re interested, you shouldn’t wait for an official job posting to appear. ↩