Performance Development Managers

IntelBismarck, ND

3 months ago


Job Title

2023 Fall Recruiting Season: Game Development Performance Intern Engineer

Job Location

Bismarck, ND - 58504

Job Overview

  • Internship opportunity with the Intel support team for oneAPI
  • Identify use cases for analysis tools like Intel VTune Profiler in the gaming segment
  • Support customers, provide training, and create tutorials and documentation
  • Improve game performance on Intel platforms using Intel VTune Profiler and Advisor


Not specified


  • Profile CPU and GPU performance using Intel VTune Profiler, Intel Advisor, and Intel Graphics Performance Analyzers (GPA)
  • Develop use cases to improve CPU and overall game performance
  • Present results to the team and report usability issues in the tools


  • Enrolled and pursuing an MS or PhD degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, Math, Physics, or a related field
  • 6+ months experience with C++ or C# programming
  • 6+ months experience with game development and game engines like Unreal Engine or Unity tools
  • 6+ months of API experience (e.g., Vulkan and DirectX)
  • Quick learner with self-guided learning abilities
  • Passion for game development

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That get hired for this type of internship

  • Computer Science40%

  • Computer Engineering4%

  • Management Science4%

  • Communication3%

  • Mathematics2%

  • 240 other majors43%

People who did this kind of internship end up at the following companies

  • Microsoft
  • Amazon
  • IBM
  • Google
  • Apple
Estimated Monthly Living Expenses

For Bismarck, ND | $2,999/mo

  • Housing/Rent$1,114

  • Miscellaneous$862

  • Food$450

  • Transportation$293

  • Utilities$280


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