Circuits QA Engineer
San Diego,California,United States
+ We are looking for applicants with 1~2 years of experience in SRAM or Standard Cell Library development, EDA automation or Quality Assurance.
+ Proficient in scripting in Perl, Python and/or TCL.
+ Good understanding of transistor level design, SRAM and/or Standard cell circuits, cell characterization and library validation.
+ Experience with various EDA tools for synthesis, place-route, verilog simulation, spice simulation, formal verification, DRC/LVS, RC extraction and/or library characterization.
+ Familiarity of Verilog syntax, liberty models and variation format.
+ Knowledge of timing, power, noise and IR analysis.
Imagine yourself at the center of our SOC design effort, collaborating with all fields, playing a strategic role of getting functional products to millions of customers quickly. You will have the opportunity to integrate and come-up with new ideas, as well as work with a team of hardworking engineers. As a QA Engineer for the digital circuits team, you will perform the following: - Define and develop QA checks to verify EDA views of megacells and standard cell libraries. - Debug and provide quick solutions for digital IP designers and/or users. - Engage with CAD team to implement new automation flows and QA checks. - Work with foundries on library releases, technical support and model enhancement.
**Education & Experience**
- BSEE / MSEE is required.
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