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Add support for floating point operations in a formally proven microkernel.
ProvenCore, our formally proven microkernel, is designed to run in the TrustZone part of powerful ARM Cortex-A-powered System-on-Chips. These processors include advanced SIMD and vector floating point instructions through the usage of the NEON coprocessor.
As a Research & Development Engineer, you will interact with the team in charge of developing our embedded security solutions. More precisely, you will extend a secure operating system to allow secure applications to use floating point and vector arithmetic operations. In order to achieve this goal, you will have to:
- Assess the security implications of enabling NEON support in ProvenCore,
- Modify the development version of the micro-kernel to enable it and allow secure applications to use it,
- Evaluate performance impacts if any.
You are currently completing a Master’s Degree or an equivalent degree. You have a significant experience of software development. You are rigorous, independent and have good interpersonal skills.
An interest in one or more of the following topics will be appreciated positively:
- Embedded software development
- Operating systems
- Device drivers
- Software security
- Low-level mobile software development
Previous experience with the following tools will help ensure that you can hit the ground running:
- Cross-compilation toolchains
- Source code management tools
- Issue tracking systems
A good level of English is required.
All interns will receive the following benefits:
- Compensation of €1000-1200/month (gross)
- Daily meal stipends (Tickets Restaurant)