[SI-LIST] : SI opening at Intel

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From: Sean Casey (casey@td2cad.intel.com)
Date: Mon May 22 2000 - 16:59:31 PDT


Intel Corporation has an immediate opening for a signal
integrity engineer in the Technology CAD division in Santa
Clara, CA. If you are qualified and interested please send
your resume to Sean Casey <sean.m.casey@intel.com>.

Responsibilities:

The opportunity is for a software developer in the area of
interconnect simulation and modeling in the Technology CAD
Division. The project areas deal with analysis of
multi-level interconnect for VLSI design, including
development and enhancement of advanced field solvers,
modeling of interconnect for extraction of resistance,
capacitance, and inductance from layout, and analysis of
high-frequency effects. The tool and model development is
critical for simulation and design of on-chip interconnects
and off-chip packaging.

The candidate should have a Ph.D. degree in electrical
engineering, physics, or a related field with a strong
background in electromagnetic field theory, mathematics,
numerical analysis, and software development of large
programs in C/C++. He must possess good communication
skills. An understanding of semiconductor device theory,
circuit theory, and experience with CAD tools is a plus.

For more information about Intel, visit our web site at
www.intel.com. Intel offers excellent compensation and
benefits that include employee profit sharing, stock
ownership plans, periodic paid sabbaticals and relocation
assistance.

Intel Corporation is an equal opportunity employer and fully
supports affirmative action practices. Intel also supports a
drug-free workplace and requires that all offers of
employment be contingent on satisfactory pre-employment drug
test results. MUST HAVE PERMANENT LEGAL RIGHT TO WORK IN THE
U.S. Intel and the Intel logo are registered trademarks of
Intel Corporation.

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