Intel Formal Equivalence Verification FEV DA Engineer in Austin, Texas

Job Description

As part of the Intel Atom x86 low-power CPU Design Automation Team, you will be a part of a fast-moving, challenging and hard-working team that drives the Engineering Design Automation VLSI tools to automate design flows to produce leading world-class microprocessors.

You will help to develop the best-in-class techniques to aid in designing x86 microprocessors that have the best performance and lowest power consumption using Intel's latest manufacturing technologies.

You would be responsible to define, develop and automate design flows for increased productivity to get products finished more quickly in order to meet ever-increasing shorter time-to-market demands, continuously drive to improve design techniques, and identify methods to improve CPU performance while reducing overall power consumption in Atom CPUs. Design Automation Engineers are advocates of identifying and applying the best design methodologies to help execute projects effectively and successfully meeting Intel's high quality standards.

Qualifications

As part of a team, you are expected to make use of great inter-personal skills to work as part of a team with design engineers both locally and around the world on a daily basis to provide the best and fastest solutions.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree or Master's degree in Computer Engineers or Computer Science or Electrical Engineering with a minimum 2+ years of relevant work experience

  • Skills required include VLSI, standard-cell RLS and custom-circuit transistor design, low-power design concepts, transistor-level design, and working knowledge of industry standard Engineering Design Automation VLSI tools/flows from one of more of the following:

  • front-end-to-back-end verification FEV and layout to schematic verification PDS/LVS flows

  • synthesis, managing external EDA tool vendors,

  • Perl/Tcl/Shell scripting, SQL, and Microsoft Office

You must be willing to relocate to Austin, Texas to work at Intel's Texas Design Center.

Inside this Business Group

The Platform Engineering Group (PEG) is responsible for the design, development, and production of system-on-a-chip (SoC) products that go into Intel’s next generation client and mobile platforms. PEG strives to lead the industry moving forward through product innovation and world class engineering.

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