The Software Engineer works in a team environment to develop behavior models for high-speed I/O circuit building blocks and develop modeling capability for platform interconnect based on computational electromagnetic theory and practices. This role works closely with analog I/O design team to facilitate defining the architecture of Intel's future-generation I/O circuits. This position is also expected to work with power delivery system design and post-silicon validation teams to define pre- and post-silicon I/O signaling margin analysis methodology.
Qualified candidates will possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Preferred qualifications are in addition to the minimum requirements and are considered a plus factor in identifying top candidates. Experience listed below would be obtained through a combination of your school work/classes/research and/or relevant previous job and/or internship experiences.
The candidate must possess a Ph.D. in Physics, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science OR MS with 3 years of working in the related fields.
Candidate must have work or educational experience in the following:
- Level research on modeling metal or optical interconnect, or on design and
optimization of high-speed IO or analog circuits; familiarity with MATLAB, C, or C ,
proficiency in scripting languages such as PERL, TCL or Python.
- Analytical or numerical modeling of analog/mixed-signal/high-speed I/O circuits or
power delivery interconnects Software development
- CAD algorithms for circuit simulation, SPICE modeling, statistical simulation,
optimization, computational electromagnetics, analog-mixed-signal circuit validation,
or digital signal processing.
- Experience developing CAD software for analog/mixed-signal circuits in consumer and
- Experience with architectural design of analog or high-speed I/O circuits on test-chips
or commercial products.
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