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Nvidia

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Nvidia is an American multinational technology company incorporated in Delaware and based in Santa Clara, California.[2] It designs graphics processing units (GPUs) for the gaming and professional markets, as well as system on a chip units (SoCs) for the mobile computing and automotive market.

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4.38/5

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4.25/5

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4.88/5
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Software Engineering Intern
08/18/21

Autonomous Vehicles
RemoteVisual Studio Code React TypeScript
I delivered feature work for a 3D map editing tool used in Autonomous Vehicle development. The majority of my work was implementing customer requests . . Engaging, Meaningful, Real-work. Too busy at times, high workload ...
Pay
$40/hr
Major
Computer Science
School
Georgia Institute of Technology
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4.5
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Software Intern
08/13/21

Core Software Security
RemoteCJavaLinux
Coded screen capture prototype on RISCV secure processor for new anti-cheat neural network to be implemented in future GPUs. Prototype enables and handles interrupt to read frame data of individual windows on screen then reassembles ...
Pay
$42/hr
Major
Computer Science
School
Georgia Institute of Technology
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4.0
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Software Engineer Intern
06/24/21

Core Process Orchestration & Infra
RemoteReact Javascript Python
Internal app for managing all the code that runs through the company. great overall, just wish code was a bit more structured / organized there.
Pay
$45/hr
Major
Computer Science
School
University of California, San Diego
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4.0
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Hardware Intern
06/23/21

GPU Architecture
RemoteC++ SystemVerilogPerl
Created secure interrupt path in NVLINK functional-model with C++. Enabled register logic through Ioctrls. Implemented near-end analog & digital loop-back in C++ in f-model to reduce latency in register context-switches by 60%.
Pay
$50.5/hr
Major
Computer Engineering
School
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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