Professor Margaret Martonosi's research group at Princeton University's Department of Computer Science is
soliciting applications for a post-doctoral research position in the areas of
hardware-software interface issues related to either classical or quantum computer
architectures. Expertise in computer architecture as well as the LLVM compiler infrastructure or other similar
tools is particularly useful. In one topic of interest, the selected candidate
might apply these skills to parallelization and scheduling of software onto forward-looking
heterogeneous multiprocessors and systems-on-chip.
Another topic of interest would
be to perform compiler and language design research related to mapping quantum
algorithms onto a range of possible quantum computing implementations. While
applicants need not be interested or qualified in both topic areas, the best
candidates will have some expertise or interests that do span both.
A PhD is required in Computer Science or related field. Princeton University is an equal opportunity employer and complies with applicable EEO
and affirmative action regulations.
For more information, email Prof. Martonosi. Applications can be submitted at the
official job posting site
. Please apply for requisition number 1200088 in the Computer Science Department.