Systems Researcher


Google Inc.

SystemsResearch@Google

“Move Google systems forward, farther, faster”

SystemsResearch@Google (SRG) is looking to hire new PhDs in Computer Science or Computer Engineering with research experience in broad areas of computer systems, including distributed systems, operating systems, networks, hardware architecture, data management, data analytics, and ML for Systems.

Formed in 2021, SRG was created at the heart of Google’s engineering organization and is responsible for the hardware and software infrastructure that drives Google Cloud and Google’s multiple billion-client Web services. Our mission is to shape the future of hyperscaler systems design for Google and its ecosystem by inventing, incubating, and infusing new concepts, designs, and technologies. The team is co-led by David Culler, former Chair of EECS at UC Berkeley, and Hank Levy, former Director of the Paul G. Allen School at the University of Washington. Within SRG, we are bringing together leading systems thinkers from around the world and inside Google. Current technical leads include highly experienced industrial researchers, such as Kim Keeton, Fatma Özcan, and Amy Tai, and a set of talented academics currently on leave with us at Google, such as Sylvia Ratnasamy, Arvind Krishnamurthy, Samira Khan, and Shobha Vasudevan. SRG is hiring in Google’s Bay Area and Seattle facilities.

Key Focus Areas:

  • Distributed Systems
  • Operating Systems
  • Networks
  • Hardware Architecture
  • Data Management
  • Data Analytics
  • ML for Systems

For more information:  g.co/jobs/srg

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