If you feel we are living the images and graphics era and you feel this is the place you want to develop and build a career, this opportunity is of your interest! As a student worker, you will be able to continue your University studies while you experience the real world of designing the next generation of circuits for graphics.
You will be creating bottom up elements of chip design : cells, block level custom layouts, partition level, floor plans, full-chip.
Will improve RC performance (Resistance and Capacitance) running extraction and layout verifications. Will debug using phases of physical design including results from : parasitic extraction, static timing, wire load models, auto-place and route algorithms, floor planning and full-chip assembly.
You will solve a wide variety of problems including difficult design and implementation of fixes with proactive intervention : programming, staffing, executing and verifying of complex chip developments while working in the latest silicon process for chip design nowadays.
All this requires knowledge and practical application of methodologies and physical design while you will be working with a wide variety of stakeholders in different regions.
The ideal candidate should exhibit the following behavioral traits :
Good problem solving and analytical skills
Ability to work well in a team environment
You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Relevant experience can be obtained through school work, classes and project work, internships and / or work experience.
Minimum Qualifications :
Studying Bachelors, Lic. or Master's degree in Electronic / Electrical Engineering or related fields.
Must be able to stay as an active student for at least 1 years.
Intermediate English proficiency.
Basic knowledge in electronics and digital circuits
Basic knowledge in Unix / Linux OS.
Preferred Qualifications :
Studying Bachelors's degree in Electronic / Electrical Engineering or related fields.
Computer skills such as Microsoft Office applications and Unix / DOS directory structure and basic concepts.
Coding and scripting skills (Python, C++, Perl, or similar).