Senior EDA Design Automation Engineer - (Remote)
We are the Product Enablement Solutions Group (PESG). Come join our world class CAD team and take part in developing the future IPs, Cores, and SOCs that will change the world!
We are looking for motivated engineers to deliver cutting-edge tools, flows, and methodologies for improving design productivity and drive Design-Technology co-optimization.
PESG is a worldwide organization that delivers an end-to-end design system for development of Intel’s IPs, Cores, and SOCs.
We partner with the hardware design teams and EDA vendors.
We leverage a mix of experts with different backgrounds, cultures, perspectives, and experiences to deliver a world-class design system that powers Intel's leadership products.
Your responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
Delivering world-class Tools, Flows and Methodologies (TFM) to Intel’s IP, Core, and SoC product design teams
Performing Power/Performance/Area trade-off exploration and analysis
Enabling leading edge process technologies on Intel and external foundries
Enhancing design team productivity by increasing throughput, reducing iterations, and enabling larger and larger blocks
Working on cutting edge technologies such as Machine Learning and Cloud
Important behavior attributes:
Ability to create and drive concepts to innovative solutions
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Analytical and problem solving skills
Effective team player with continuous learning mindset
The candidate must have a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science/Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or a related field and 8+ years of experience-OR-a Master's degree in Computer Science/Engineering, Electrical Engineering or a related field and 5+ years of experience in SOC/IP design or CAD tools related experience.
Direct hands-on experience in one or more of the following areas:
EDA/CAD vendor tools (Cadence Innovus, Synopsys Fusion Compiler, Ansys RedHawk) experience
Design creation/convergence, Floorplan, Power Grid, Synthesis, Sign Off, and Closure Flows (Timing, Layout, Power, Noise, Reliability, Optimization, Extraction, Low Power Verification, and Formal Equivalence)
Circuit design and process technology
Programming in scripting languages Perl or TCL