7 days old

ASIC Engineer, Clocks - Hardware

Nvidia Corporation
Bengaluru, KA 560002
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We are looking for an ASIC Design Engineer !

The NVIDIA Clocks group is looking for a top ASIC engineer with inclination in high-speed logic design. The complexity of clocking structure has grown substantially in order to support high frequency clock domains. Modern clocking design needs to balance high frequency clocks with power, DFT, noise, circuit and physical design constraints.

What you will be doing:

  • Design new clocks modules in order to support high frequency clock with all the above constraints.
  • Architect and Implement the solutions to meet Security and Safety requirements for SOC Clocking.
  • Come up with topologies to optimize the clock path for high-speed logic while meeting the functional and test requirements.
  • Ability to come up with scalable flows to implement clocking for ever-increasing clock domains in our SOC architecture.
  • Ability to design novel techniques to distribute clocks over long distances with low insertion delay, skew and OCV effects.

What we need to see:

  • BTech or MTech in EE, with a minimum of 2 years of relevant industry work experience
  • Experience in RTL design (Verilog), verification and synthesis
  • Strong coding skills in Perl or other industry-standard scripting languages
  • Ability to interface with many groups
  • Understanding of sub-micron silicon issues like noise, cross-talk, and OCV effects is a plus
  • Prior experience in implementing on-chip clocking networks is a plus

Posted: 2020-06-29 Expires: 2020-07-28
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