Physical Design Methodology Engineer for High Performance/Low Power Designs - 105881

Location: Austin, Texas, US

Company: Advanced Micro Devices

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Physical Design Methodology Engineer for High Performance / Low Power Designs - 105881

The Role:

Are you interested in opening-up the boundaries of high-frequency and energy-efficient computing? As a part of our AMD physical design central methodology team, you can help define timing, power, and clocking methodologies for our next-generation, high-performance CPU/GPU/SOC designs. This methodology team works across AMD ranging from low power APUs up to the world’s most powerful super computers.

The Person:

In this multi-functional role, you will have the opportunity to work across multiple divisions to drive physical design methodology optimizations across the entire physical design space (library/technology/flows/design). We’re looking for someone with excellent attention to detail, passion and curiosity to resolve complex issues while achieving amazing results!

Key Responsibilities:

Responsibilities may include a subset of the following topics:

  • Drive PVT corners/ frequency targets while considering various product performance modes and guard bands
  • Drive IP physical implementation recipes from synthesis to route to achieve the best performance/watt
  • RTL (architecture) and PD co-development to identify bottlenecks
  • Drive budgeting, measurement, analysis and tracking of power-consumption
  • Establish global methodologies and best-known physical implementation recipes for optimal performance/watt across library/flow/Synthesis/P&R environment
  • Drive best practices for global/local clock distribution methodologies including skew/power/jitter trade-off’s
  • Create guidelines on clocking/timing/power sign-off methodologies

Preferred Experience:

  • Desirable candidates have an MS/PhD degree in Electrical Engineering and 4+ years of experience

Expertise in these topics would be a plus:

  • Design experience in sub-micron processes
  • Familiarity with CPU and or GPU architecture
  • Hands on experience with power-analysis and measurement tools like Prime Power and or Power-Artist
  • Experience with high performance clocking
  • STA methodologies for timing closure, OCV and other advanced statistical margining techniques
  • Proficiency in scripting languages such as Perl/Tcl/Python
  • Proficiency in data analysis and interpretation

Academic Credentials:

  • Desirable candidates have an MS/PhD degree in Electrical Engineering
  • Mastery of logic, circuit design, and CAD tools for high-performance design is expected.

Location: Austin, TX

 

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Requisition Number: 105881 
Country: United States State: Texas City: Austin 
Job Function: Design
  

 

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