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About the Huawei Future Computing Laboratory

With 18 sites across Europe and 1500 researchers, Huawei’s European Research Institute (ERI) oversees fundamental and applied technology research, academic research cooperation projects, and strategic technical planning across our network of European R&D facilities. Huawei’s ERI includes the new Zurich Research Center (ZRC), located in Zurich, Switzerland. A major element of ZRC is a new research laboratory focused on fundamental research in the area of future computing systems (new hardware, new software, new algorithms).

The research work of the lab will be carried out not only by Huawei’s internal research staff but also by our academic research partners in universities across Europe. The lab will provide an “open research environment” where academics will be encouraged to visit and work on fundamental long-term research alongside Huawei staff in an environment that, like the best universities and research institutes, is open and conducive to such scientific work.

For this new ZRC Laboratory, we are currently looking for an outstanding Digital VLSI Design Intern. As a key member in our motivated and multicultural team, you will support to design and evaluate novel VLSI architectures for low-power machine learning acceleration.

Project Name

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Useful Reading

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  • General interest in Deep Learning and memory/system design
  • VLSI I and VLSI II (recommended)

Available Projects

We are inviting applications from students to conduct their master’s thesis work or an internship project at the Huawei Future Computing Lab in Zurich on these exciting new topics.

Type Project Description Topic Workload Type
Internship Project Link to description AI Acceleration digital VLSI design


Internship at Huawei Research in Zurich-Oerlikon
Contact (at Huawei RC Zurich): Dr. Renzo Andri