Hardware Security, Hardware Acceleration, AI, Hypervisor

Praktikum

Themen-Schwerpunkt: Eingebettete Systeme, Maschinelles Lernen, Software-Entwicklung
Studiengänge: Elektrotechnik, Informatik, Informationstechnik, Verwandte Studiengänge

Umfeld

In an increasingly connected world with computer-based support in many different areas of life, high demands are placed on the underlying hardware. This hardware must be fast, energy-efficient and secure against attacks. The FZI Research Center for Information Technology works on these topics in various research projects and investigates the application of artificial intelligence in various sub-areas.

Aufgaben

Multiple topics are available with different tasks, including:

  • Training of AI for specific security applications
  • Comparison of different AI training methods with respect to security applications
  • Development of hardware accelerators on FPGAs
  • Participating in the development of an automotive security analysis tool

Wir bieten

  • An interdisciplinary working environment with partners from science, industry and society
  • A working environment and organisation close to business
  • A pleasant working atmosphere
  • Constructive teamwork

Wir erwarten

  • Basic knowledge of Verilog or VHDL, FPGAs, AI (depending on the topic)
  • Self-reliant thinking and working
  • Very good German and English skills
  • Motivation and commitment

Bewerbung

We are looking foward to receiving your PDF application. Please send your email to Mr. Sven Nitzsche at nitzsche@fzi.de, attaching the following documents:

  • Current transcript of records
  • Curriculum vitae in tabular form

Weitere Informationen

  • Start: as soon as possible
  • Project homepage: www.fzi.de
  • Supervising institute at KIT: Institute for Information Processing Technologies (ITIV) Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h. c. Jürgen Becker