• Physical Design Engineer\Student

    Job Locations Israel-Yokneam | Israel-Tel Aviv
    Posted Date 1 month ago(11/13/2018 7:48 AM)
    ID
    2018-4592
    Category
    Physical Design Engineer
    Job Length
    Full-Time
  • Overview

    Mellanox Technologoes is looking for an excellent Electric/Computer Engineer/student to join us in developing the next generation of Mellanox’s leading Ethernet and InfiniBand intelligent interconnect ASICs.

    In our excellent BE-D team we develop and implement the backend-digital design of our VLSI products using advanced methodologies and deep sub-micron technologies.

    Responsibilities

    • Perform physical implementation of various ASIC/SoC VLSI designs:

    The physical design includes RTL to GDS flows: synthesis, floor-planning, PnR, power grid distribution, clock distribution, Power Integrity and EM analysis, Static Timing Analysis and closure, logic/physical ECO implementation, formal verification, Signal Integrity and Xtalk analysis.

    • Analyzing and optimizing power, latency, area and quality of the design to enable taping out industry-leading and competitive products.
    • Develop and maintain physical design methodologies, flows, evaluations and PD research for the next cutting edge process nodes and projects.
    • Close and interactive work with other groups such as architecture, logic design, DFT, testing and production teams to fulfill block and top-level execution ownership.

    Qualifications

    • B.Sc. or a Student towards B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering. 
    • At least 5 semesters completed. 

    Advantages:

     

    • Experience and knowledge in VLSI physical-design flows and principles.
    • Extensive experience with PnR/STA and other EDA tools.
    • Scripting and Programming experience.

     

    Advantages:

     

    • Good knowledge in VLSI physical-design principles: digital circuits, static timing analysis, power optimization.
    • Scripting and Programming skills.

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