From: Baranauskas, Dave ([email protected])
Date: Tue Jun 05 2001 - 14:12:11 PDT
Are you looking for a new challenge? Do you want to be part of a fast paced
and dynamic development team? Surgient Networks Inc., named by Network
World as "One of the top 10 start-ups to watch in 2001", is looking for a
senior Simulation/Signal Integrity Engineer. If you meet the following
requirements, and have the desire to explore new limits then please check
out our web-site and post your resume...
This position's responsibilities will include the research and
implementation of leading edge IO architectures. The SI engineer will read
and understand industry standard specifications and develop/synthesize
modeling strategies, and derive physical routing/placement constraints from
loose and vague documentation. Stack-up development, rules entry, timing
budget/margin analysis, and IBIS data verification will be some of the
required duties associated with this position.
This person will also be intimately familiar with the following:
- Transmission line theory
- 2D field solvers
- IBIS data standards
- Semi-conductor device theory
- Embedded rules based design practices
- Common clock, quasi-source synchronous, source synchronous,
pipelined IO architectures, clock distribution
- SPICE based simulation tools
- Cadence physical design tools (Allegro, SpecctraQuest,
SIGxp) or equivalent
- Physical design for EMI considerations
- Bench analysis and strong lab skills
Knowledge of 3D field solvers, and frequency domain analysis is a plus. The
candidate will have good interpersonal skills and have the ability to
explain results and methods leading to results.
The candidate will have a BS/MS EE and a minimum of 5 years experience in
the simulation and verification of high speed design signal integrity.
Please contact Caroline St. Denis, Sr. Recruiter
512 241 4631
or apply online at www.surgient.com <http://www.surgient.com>
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