Characterization Engineer

3 weeks ago
Product Engineer
Job Length


Mellanox Technologies is looking for Charactarization talented engineer.







IC characterization by performing research on the performance envelop of silicon devices.

Validate and characterize Logic, memories and analog parts’ behavior and parameters such as performance, power and temperature profiles using advanced testing equipment.

Advanced and in depth data analysis on process dependence, to explain behavior and to perform optimization of silicon production and spec.

Work is done from simulation level to advanced lab experiments.

Presenting research results and conclusions to leading designers and high management.

Approve quality levels to products, issue production test/process changes, and drive improved DFT(design for testability)  and process related features for next generation products.

Join and lead task forces to investigate abnormal phenomena, consult and support failure analysis and reliability investigations

Perform cost reductions based on characterization

Working closely with circuit and backend design teams.


Proven experience with IC test/Product and / or silicon validation and / or pre-silicon verification development is great advantage.

Experience with UltraFlex or/and other IC test system is an advantage.

Deep knowledge in IC DFT is an advantage.

Knowledge of data analysis tools (i.e. JMP) is an advantage.

Knowledge in process is an advantage.

Experience working in or with a manufacturing environment is an advantage.



A bachelor’s degree in Electrical\Material engineering and or Physics.



Ability to work in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment with a focus on technical excellence and innovative thinking is required.

Strong analysis skills.

Strong overall communication skills

Experience with analog/digital circuit troubleshooting, laboratory practices, product testing, and design of experiments – advantage.


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