Search your pockets and pick up a device that most likely is flat, fits in your palm, and has a shiny glass surface. With the help of this device, you can buy bus tickets, track your work-out sessions, watch movies, play a game, or record your next social media dance video post. For some reason, the world has settled with smart, but the compute superpowers of the CPU, GPUs and AI accelerators in the device you are holding are so ludicrous that the result seems magic.
Do you want to learn more about how we in Arm design our GPUs, CPUs, AI accelerators and other world-class IP that powers smartphones, self-driving cars, smart-watches, data-centers and just-about any piece of electronics in the world, then you should consider joining the team in Trondheim.
In 2006 Arm acquired Falanx, a small Norwegian start-up developing Graphics Processing Units. The team now counts 200 employees from more than 30 different nationalities. We are based in Trondheim, the beautiful technological capitol of Norway. Here the team is combining hiking, skiing, and trips on the fjord with developing Mali, the worlds most shipped GPU in the world.
Would you like to work in a multi-site, multi-team and multi-cultural environment? Are you creative and passionate about new technologies? If so, we would love to hear from you!
We are looking for hardworking people for our intern position, that are motivated to learn new things and have a real passion for automation.
We are searching for a teammate that is self-motivated, loves being involved in finding solutions to challenges, and has great communication and interpersonal skills.
You will work within the GPU Product Engineering Team designing and developing tools to accelerate the delivery of our products. We focus on automating the boring parts of our work, so we can dedicate our time to help Arm deliver outstanding GPUs.
We collaborate with, and support, different Hardware and Software teams in Europe and Asia. In a typical day, you will be improving our infrastructure and crafting new tools to further automate our internal processes and improve engineering efficiency.
In order to be considered, you will be studying Electronic Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or other relevant subjects. Other degree types may be considered with meaningful experience.
Skills and experience that we look for
Details of the internship
10 weeks paid full-time summer internship with a starting date in June 2022
Location: Norway, Trondheim