Physical Design Engineer
Cadence Design Systems, Inc.
SAN JOSE
hace 4 días

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Lead Design Engineer Physical Design

We are looking for a talented individual to work in the DEG (Design Enablement Group) team of the Cadence Tensilica IP. Tensilica has unique technology to build configurable and extensible processor IP.

In this team we develop methodology and implementation flows that can achieve the best possible PPA (Performance, Power and Area) for these processor IP.

Job Responsibilities :

  • Develop and maintain flows and scripts for the physical implementation.
  • Debug and optimize the flow for performance-oriented and power-oriented IP cores in advanced process nodes, such as 16nm / 7nm / 5nm.
  • Manage the regression infrastructure that tracks the quality of the RTL / flow development as well as the PPA of the key designs.
  • Participate in benchmarking PPAs for customer engagements.
  • Requirements :

  • MS in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science
  • Strong understanding of digital logic design, processor design, and computer architecture is desirable.
  • Must have excellent knowledge of ASIC design flows and issues. Prior working experience on any Cadence physical implementation tool is a plus.
  • A good working knowledge on Perl is required. Experience on any other programming language is a plus.
  • Must be an excellent team player in a fast-paced environment.
  • We’re doing work that matters. Help us solve what others can’t.

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