We are part of the global circuits team at NVIDIA that design the state-of-the-art GPUs for all applications such as supercomputers, gaming consoles and self driving cars. Come join us in our mission to Engineer the next generation of outstanding products! Come and join our dynamic team today!
Our teams focus is on architecture and design of CMOS high-speed chip interfaces (NVLink, IEEE, PCIE, USB) and other sophisticated analog functions. Strong hands-on experience in the lab with silicon evaluation, debugging, characterization, and bring up.
What you'll be doing:
What we need to see:
Work as part of a team to help architect various aspects of the silicon photonics link design.
Includes reviewing link architecture choices, coming up with specifications for electrical portions of the link and identifying things to watch out for in the photonic's design.
Participate in packaging and testing discussions to help guide the design for production readiness.
Interact with the photonics foundry to help make choices in device optimization and modeling accuracy.
Develop methods to effectively gather the important details in the models used by the design team to simulate the photonics and electronics together.
MSEE required/PhD preferred (or equivalent experience)
10+ years of proven experience in the analog/mixed-signal domain
Familiar with simulation tools such as Spectre, MATLAB, System Verilog , Lumerical and other FDTD tools
Ideally, you are able to work effectively in a team, with good interpersonal skills, passion and positive energy.
Proficient in scripting languages like Perl, Python, Matlab etc is a plus.
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