The Intel Programmable Solutions Group (PSG) is looking for talented, highly motivated university students to develop next generation video, imaging and vision solutions targeting far reaching Internet of Things applications, including interactive whiteboards, digital signage, smart factory and 8K Pro A/V systems.
As a software engineer you will be responsible for developing a wide range of embedded software, verification and data visualization solutions, as part of a system engineering team in the Intel PSG Europe HQ, located in Marlow and Basingstoke.
You will work in a rapid learning environment, alongside industry experts, who will support your daily development and knowledge growth. You will learn an Agile engineering development approach, frequently delivering high quality solutions to customers and communicating with your team daily to build innovative and creative products. Your opinions and thoughts are valued from day one.
The Intel PSG office environment offers personalized cube spaces with dedicated high specification PCs/laptops, multiple displays and access to local and global compute farms. On-site you also have access to a free hot/cold drinks and fruit basket, free gymnasium, weekly badminton, indoor football, cycling and trail running activities.
o Full development life-cycle of FPGA video, imaging and vision IP's and systems from conception, through specification to implementation, verification, review and release.
o Software user interface design for FPGA based demonstrations at trade shows worldwide
o Development of optimized Intel CPU application software for next generation Proof of Concept designs
o Embedded software drivers for FPGA based board support packages
o Interactions with local and remote teams as well as customers.
o Good software skills (C/C++)
o Understanding of hardware concepts
o Thirst for learning and good self-starter
o Loves working as part of a team, with good communication skills
This is a 13-month fixed-term placement suitable for students currently studying a degree course in relevant disciplines (e.g. Computer Science), and is targeted at 2nd year students enrolled in a 4 years bachelors degree which includes a year in industry.