Ready to enable embedded software developers worldwide?
As a leading provider of safe and connected automotive embedded systems worldwide, NXP provides software developers with tools and technologies to accelerate software development on automotive embedded hardware. NXP is looking for students to help develop and test compilers for NXP’s embedded target processors including ARM, RISC-V, and internal DSPs. Learn about advanced System-on-Chip (SOC) architectures and the advanced compiler tools that enable these systems while contributing to next generation of the advanced automotive embedded systems. As a STUDENT INTERN – Compiler Development and Test you will have the opportunity to work with a local, experienced compiler development and test team and contribute new ideas to improve the quality and safety of compilers in NXP.
- Work in a worldwide team environment to develop compiler tests for safety critical systems
- Put compiler theory to practice by analyzing compiler optimizations and features
- Develop test designs to cover compiler features and optimizations
- Implement test designs and integrate them into the production test suites
- Work with Machine Learning and RADAR algorithms as part of compiler test activities
- Develop code on embedded SOCs for ARM, Ltd. processors and advanced DSP architectures and RISC-V processors using NXP Design Studio debuggers and IDEs
For more than 20 years, NXP (formerly Motorola and Freescale) has developed compiler technology in Bucharest, Romania. The team consists of several highly experienced compiler engineers as well as a group of new engineers developing and testing compilers. NXP is committed to providing safe and secure systems, including compiler tools qualified for use in ASIL-D applications. The compiler tools team is part of the Automotive Platform and Enablement Software group within NXP’s Automotive Processor business line. The Automotive Platform and Enablement group provides OSes, device drivers, software development tools, and a variety of automotive application software. In this role you will report to Simona Costinescu, local compiler manager and compiler safety development lead.
- Working toward a degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering
- Experience in C/C++ development. Scripting language experience is a plus (Python, bash, etc.)
- Basic knowledge of compiler theory and compiler structure
- Familiarity with software development tools such as IDEs, debuggers, git version control, etc.
- Knowledge of embedded systems programming is a plus, but not a requirement
Furthermore, you have:
- An analytical and problem-solving mindset
- Good written and verbal communication skills, including English language skills
- Ability to work well in a team environment