[SI-LIST] : Summer intern position

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From: Matt Kaufmann ([email protected])
Date: Wed Apr 05 2000 - 14:36:24 PDT

Silicon Spice, a fast growing start-up providing semiconductor-based
platform solutions for the communications industry, has a summer position
available for a signal integrity/electrical characterization engineer. The
intern will be responsible for the specification and implementation of a
signal integrity and electrical characterization environment that can be
used for the analysis of high performance electronic packages and systems.
Motivated individuals who want to contribute in a creative environment and
experience the start-up atmosphere should send a résumé to Matt Kaufmann at
mailto:[email protected]

Job Description

1. Candidate will work with IC Development and System Engineering teams to
develop and execute a plan to:
ˇ Evaluate lab requirements
ˇ Define equipment needs
ˇ Evaluate solutions
ˇ Procure and implement selected equipment

2. Candidate will evaluate computational tools that can be used for
electrical characterization of high performance packages and systems:
ˇ Specify tool requirements
ˇ Survey and evaluate applications

3. Candidate will use the infrastructure created above to characterize high
performance electronic packages:
ˇ Experimental determination of component parasitics
ˇ Correlation with computational and analytical models
ˇ Document characterization methodology

ˇ B.S. Electrical Engineering
ˇ Experience in electromagnetic field theory and signal integrity analysis
of high speed systems and/or components
ˇ Hands-on experience with experimental methods
ˇ Experience with numerical analysis methods (SPICE, 3D field solvers, etc.)
ˇ Excellent project planning skills
ˇ Works well in a team environment
ˇ Excellent communication skills


Matt Kaufmann
Senior Packaging Engineer
Silicon Spice, Inc.
415 East Middlefield Road
Mountain View, CA 94043-4005
408-806-9680 (cell/pager)
650-940-7770 (fax)
[email protected]

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