Senior Software Engineer (CUDA, C++, HPC)

Location Boston
Discipline: Hardware Acceleration Jobs
Job type: Permanent
Salary: US$150000 - US$200000 per annum + Benefits, Share Options
Contact name: Matthew Ferdenzi

Contact email: mferdenzi@acceler8talent.com
Job ref: 4687184_1634649995
Published: about 1 month ago

Senior Software Engineer (CUDA, C++, HPC)

We are a Boston-based MIT spinout who are tackling an industry-wide problem within computer processing. From our research, we believe that our specific technology will bypass limits of next-gen CPUs using a different approach to processing Deep Neural Networks. Currently we are 40 people strong and are soon to be entering a rapid stage of growth, as we recently raised over $40 million dollars in our Series A from leading US VCs.

We are looking for a Senior Software Engineer to join our team who has strong rooted experience with OpenCL and/or CUDA programming (or similar) algorithms, and benchmarking performance analysis. As a Senior Engineer you will have a chance to work on projects that have never been attempted before in hardware history. Our project is very unique and novel if you are the kind of person who is fascinated in building and breaking things - you will enjoy our work.

We are in a period of rapid growth. This is an opportunity for a Senior Software Engineer (OpenCL/CUDA) to join us at a relatively early stage and apply your skills in a brand new area of technology which has never been attempted before.

What we can offer a Senior Software Engineer:

  • An opportunity to work with our collaborative R&D team on novel work that will revolutionize modern day computing as we know it.
  • A culture of openness and collaboration - we are all working together under a shared vision.
  • A great location in downtown Boston
  • Excellent benefits.

Key skills include: Senior Software Engineer, Senior Systems Engineer, GPGPUs, Performance Benchmarking, System Design, System Architecture, C/C++, Programming, Parallel programming, heterogeneous architectures, device driver, Linux kernel, Compilers