Nvidia is hiring a
Senior ASIC Design Engineer
NVIDIA is looking for best-in-class Senior ASIC Design Engineers to join our outstanding Networking Silicon engineering team, developing the industry's best high speed communication devices, delivering the highest throughput and lowest latency! Come and take a part in crafting our groundbreaking and innovating chips, enjoy working in a meaningful, growing and professional environment where you make a significant impact in a technology-focused company.
What you will be doing:
Analyze and optimize design constraints and synthesis parameters to achieve performance, power, and area targets.
Conduct comprehensive analysis of synthesis results and provide feedback to design teams to improve RTL coding practices and achieve design closure.
Develop and maintain automated methodologies and tools for ASIC synthesis, with a focus on improving efficiency, reducing turnaround time, and ensuring design quality.
Collaborate with tool vendors and drive the adoption of new features and enhancements to improve automation capabilities.
What we need to see:
BSEE / MSEE or equivalent experience.
3+ years of experience in VLSI physical design implementation on 16nm, 7nm, 5nm or 3nm technology.
Power user of synthesis tools like Synopsys Design Compiler, Synopsys Fusion Compiler or Cadence Genus.
Demonstrated expertise in developing and implementing automation solutions within the ASIC flow.
Proficiency in Python, Tcl and Make for automation and scripting tasks.
NVIDIA is widely considered to be the leader of AI computing, and one of the technology world’s most desirable employers. We have some of the most forward-thinking and hardworking people in the world working for us. If you're creative and autonomous, we want to hear from you.The base salary range is $124,000 - $247,250. Your base salary will be determined based on your location, experience, and the pay of employees in similar positions.
You will also be eligible for equity and benefits.
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