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Hardware Design Engineer (Physical Design)

Hardware Design Engineer (Physical Design)
by Daniel Nenni on 09-09-2020 at 7:52 pm

Website Flex Logix

Flex Logix is the leader in eFPGA with working silicon and customers in 40, 28/22, 16/12 and 14/12 nm nodes with 7/6nm about to start. And our new nn

MAX Inference IP has industry leading throughput/and throughput/watt for neural networking with silicon coming 3/20.

Digital Design Engineer involved in digital and circuit design of EFLX (embedded FPGA) and
nnMAX (inference accelerator) cores in 40nm, 28/22nm, 16/12nm, 14/12nm and 7/6nm.
– Responsible for all aspects of silicon design including:
o PnR (RTL to GDS) and timing closure for EFLX cores in different process nodes (40nm,
28nm, 16nm, 14nm, 7nm)
o optimization of custom digital cell library used for Look Up Tables, DSP and
Interconnect switches for optimal performance, power and area (PPA)
o timing closure (RTL to GDS) for EFLX/NMAX cores
o Timing Verification for EFLX/NMAX cores
o EM and IR analysis of EFLX/NMAX cores
o DFT/ATPG pattern generation
o Validation (testing) of the EFLX/NMAX cores

Must have experience in at least one successfully taped out a silicon design
BSEE/MSEE with 3 or more years of relevant industry experience
Must be very smart and very motivated
Must have hands-on experience in Back-End Physical Design (RTL to GDS) PnR using tools such
as Cadence Innovus or Synopsys ICC.
Preferred experience OR willing to quickly learn:
– Standard cell library development including LIB/LEF development
– Synthesis of the EFLX/NMAX cores
– Scripting language such as Perl, Python
– RTL design
Must be passionate about being part of an aggressive, venture-backed startup team that is
changing chip architecture. Must be entrepreneurial, innovative problem solver and willing to
work hard.

MUST live in Silicon Valley and have US citizenship or permanent residency (“green card”), or holding a
current H1-B visa

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To view the job application please visit flex-logix.com.