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Visiting Researcher (Hardware Accelerators for Network Secur...

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Headquarters: Palo Alto, CA
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At Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), we live by three core values that drive our business: Partner. Innovate. Act. These values combine to help us create important work all over the world to advance how people live and work.

HPE Labs are committed to the fast and seamless transfer of advanced technologies into next generation products and solutions; enabling the delivery of advanced Hybrid IT and IoT solutions for our customers

The Systems Architecture Lab (SAL) within Hewlett Packard Labs has an opening for a Researcher with a PhD in electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science, applied physics or related areas. Experience with network security, combinatorial optimization, machine learning, and/or signal processing is highly desirable.
The SAL team is engaged in programs to develop advanced computational accelerators having applications in network security, neuromorphic computing, combinatorial optimization, and signal processing. SAL leads the world in next generation memory-driven computing and high performance Exascale systems.

Education and Experience:
PhD in electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science, applied physics or related areas.
Highly motivated to tackle practical problems in daily research and deliver high quality results. Excellent written and verbal communication skills will be required for technical reporting and problem solving.

We offer:
  • A competitive salary and extensive social benefits
  • Diverse and dynamic work environment
  • Work-life balance and support for career development
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