Intel Senior Chip Architect-Designer in Santa Clara, California
Component Design Engineers are responsible for the design and development of electronic components. Responsibilities may include: the design of chip layout circuit design, circuit checking, device evaluation and characterization, documentation of specifications, prototype construction and checkout, modification and evaluation of semiconductor devices and components, performing developmental and/or test work, reviewing product requirements and logic diagrams, planning and organizing design projects or phases of design projects. Responds to customer/client requests or events as they occur. Develops solutions to problems utilizing formal education and judgement.
Bachelor's /Master's/Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or a related discipline
4+ years of experience in the following areas: Firm understanding of digital electronics, logic design and verification
3+ years of ECC design algorithm experience
Expertise in synthesis and static timing analysis
Prior experience in digital design methodologies and tool flow Expert in Micro Architecture, RTL, Verilog and System Verilog Expertise of APR tools and flows
Knowledge in custom logic based logic design
Knowledge of UVM
Knowledge of Post- Si debug
Inside this Business Group
Non-Volatile Solutions Memory Group: The Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group is a worldwide organization that delivers NAND flash memory products for use in Solid State Drives (SSDs), portable memory storage devices, digital camera memory cards, and other devices. The group is responsible for NVM technology design and development, complete Solid State Drive (SSD) system hardware and firmware development, as well as wafer and SSD manufacturing.
US, California, Folsom;US, Oregon, Hillsboro
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