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Job Openings at HP Labs

The Networking and Communications Lab at HP Labs has some job openings for Networking Researchers. We are especially interested candidates with research experience in Cloud, SDN, and Data Center Networks. [The job-description flyer is pasted below]. Interested students should email me (puneet.sharma@hp.com) with their CV or if they have any questions about the positions.

Regards,

Puneet Sharma, Ph.D
Principal Research Scientist
Networking and Communications Lab, HP Labs

Researcher Positions at HP Labs

HP Labs seeks candidates with a doctoral degree in Computer Science or Electrical and Computer
Engineering with a strong background in systems research. We aim for fundamental as well as applied research that advances the state-of-the-art while driving significant business impact. Our research areas of interest include topics in networking and mobility (but are not limited to):
  • Mobile systems, platforms and services
  • Mobile cloud architectures and services
  • Mobile and multi-media networking
  • Mobile sensing and context awareness
  • Mobile security (for applications, platform, system, or network)
  • Enterprise wireless networks
  • Enterprise, datacenter and cloud network technologies
  • Cloud and large-scale distributed systems
  • Programmable software-defined networks, Network controllers
  • Network monitoring, management, anomaly detection
  • Network virtualization
  • Network security
  • Network quality-of-service (QoS)

Experience with software and hardware development, real deployments, test-beds, or datasets is also desired.

Inquiries about the Networking and Mobility Lab may be directed to
David Lee, Director, Networking and Mobility Lab
Attn: Ms. Alesha Cater: alesha.cater@hp.com

Research Engineer Positions at HP Labs

HP Labs seeks candidates (i) with a doctoral degree in Computer Science or Electrical and Computer Engineering or (ii) with a master degree with significant software development experience. Candidates should have a strong background in systems prototyping and development. We aim for fundamental as well as applied research development that advances the state-of-the-art while driving significant business impact. Our research areas of interest include (but are not limited to):
  • Mobile systems, platforms and services
  • Mobile cloud architectures and services
  • Mobile and multi-media networking
  • Mobile sensing and context awareness
  • Mobile security (for applications, platform, system, or network)
  • Enterprise wireless networks

Qualified candidates should have at least the following skill set:
  • Strong programming and systems building skills
  • Deep working knowledge in one of the following: C, C++, JAVA
  • Experience in scripting languages such as Python, Perl, or Javascript

In addition, any of the following skills are a plus:
  • Working experience with at least one mobile OS (Android/iOS/Windows Mobile)
  • Working experience with embedded systems
  • Working experience with wireless device drivers
  • Knowledge of wireless networking protocols

Inquiries about the Networking and Mobility Lab may be directed to
David Lee, Director, Networking and Mobility Lab

Attn: Ms. Alesha Cater: alesha.cater@hp.com

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