Intel Sr. Pre-Si Verification Engineer in Santa Clara, California
Come join Intel's Scalable Performance CPU Development Group SDG as an IP Engineer working on exciting products fueling the data center growth! We are seeking an experienced validation engineer to work with a diverse team designing Intel's next generation IP for High Performance Computing and Artificial Intelligence products.
Responsibilities:Identification, definition, development and deployment of verification/validation environment of complex design components
Determine architecture for validation for chip and system simulation/emulation. Defines module interfaces/formats for simulation.
Design and build test benches for design under test.Identify, document and execute test plans, develop and debug random constrain verification test suite to fully verify the design under test
Documentation for IP, SoC System on a Chip and system level development.
Experience with pre-silicon validation of designs which include processor cores and custom logic working together.
Strong independence and proven ability to set and meet own goals
Mentor other engineers and technically guide them.
MS degree in EE or ECE or CS Engineering with 7-8 years of industry experience.
Experience with Computer Architecture or pre-Si verification.
Experience with Logic Design verification
Experience with Microprocessor or Chipset design methods.
Experience with pre-Silicon simulation tool flows required.
Example tools include but not limited to:- Synopsys VCS, Verdi and DVE
Strong Knowledge of UVM including developing verification test benches and constrained random validation.
Experience with modern CPU architecture, such as memory cache hierarchy, scheduler, pipeline
Ability to work effectively with both internal and external teams/customers is expected.
Possess excellent written and interpersonal skills
Strong collaboration and interpersonal skills
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