XPeng Motors is one of China’s leading smart electric vehicle (EV) companies. We design, develop, and manufacture smart EVs that are seamlessly integrated with advanced Internet, AI and autonomous driving technologies. We are committed to in-house R&D and intelligent manufacturing to create a better mobility experience for our customers. We strive to transform smart electric vehicles with technology and data, shaping the mobility experience of the future.

As a C Modeling Engineer, you will be working with various development teams to deliver breakthrough technology advancement in autonomous driving. You will be responsible for modeling HW and SW algorithms, enabling SW development platforms interfacing to custom and off the shelf hardware that will result in differentiated autonomous driving features in XPeng cars. This is a unique opportunity to help influence the future architecture of an autonomous driving vehicle design.
 
Primary Duties:
  • Develop modeling infrastructure using SystemC/TLM2.0 frameworks for the next gen ML accelerators. Migrate into model development, kernel development and performance analysis.
  • Work with hardware architect to develop an architecture model for IP design verification and top-level simulation
  • Create bit-accurate C/C++ models of our pipeline processing architecture
  • Integrate architecture model to system simulation environment.
  • Work with the verification team to identify both model and hardware bugs
  • Work with the software team to verify neural network model.
Required background:
  • Hands-on SW development experience
  • Fluent in C/C++
  • Understanding of modeling technologies - cycle driven, event driven etc
  • Experience in top down high-level-model to HW mapping.
  • Experience in SystemC/TLM performance modeling.
  • Experience with cycle-accurate full-system SoC performance model environments.
  • Experience with state-of-the-art pre-silicon power estimation methodologies.
  • Experience in custom IP block performance estimates.
  • Knowledge of computer architecture, pipeline design
  • Experience with interpreting functional specs and implementing in a model
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to interact effectively with geographically dispersed development teams.
  • Master’s degree with 3+ years of experience in EE or CS or proof of skills in related fields, with practical engineering experience
  • Knowledge of digital logic at the Register Transfer Level (RTL) using is a plus
  • Firmware engineer roles a plus as well

What do we provide:

  • A fun, supportive and engaging environment
  • Opportunity to make significant impact on transportation revolution by the means of advancing autonomous driving
  • Opportunity to work on cutting edge technologies with the top talent in the field
  • Competitive compensation package
  • Snacks, lunches, and fun activities

 

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to race, age, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status or marital status or any other prescribed category set forth in federal or state regulations.

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