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FPGA Design Engineer

Intel


Location:
San Jose, CA
Date:
08/18/2017
2017-08-182017-09-16
Job Code:
JR0025017
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FPGA Design Engineer Careers at Intel in San Jose, CA
   
Job ID: JR0025017
Job Category: Engineering
Primary Location: San Jose, CA US
Other Locations: US, California, San Diego;
Job Type:

FPGA Design Engineer

Job Description

The Intel Programmable Solutions Group (PSG) is looking for talented, highly motivated candidates to work intimately with our lead customers to co-develop FPGA based Autonomous Driving systems. Working alongside Intel processors, the FPGA is delivering a highly efficient, flexible and scalable platform to solve our automotive customers’ intricate processing challenges.

You will work and collaborate in a rapid learning environment, alongside industry experts and the most innovative automotive manufacturers to accelerate next generation autonomous driving algorithms through highly optimized embedded FPGA implementations. Our innovation driven environment will encourage you to become a self-starter and a leader to solve most challenging technical problems.

Technical development will be varied, including High Level Synthesis, RTL design, High-Speed serial interfaces, memory interfaces and full lifecycle development (including design, verification, debug. The successful candidate will have a proven ability to implement and efficiently map complex system to FPGA based platforms.

Autonomous vehicles are a key element of Intel’s strategy over the next decade. Technologies are moving rapidly as are market needs. The right candidate will be excited and energised by these dynamic challenges. Your opinions and thoughts are valued from day one.

The successful candidate will gain immediate visibility of the impact of their work and directly drive business success.

Please be informed that Intel is proactively trying to find candidates for a position and that may, or may not, be available for all location(s) at this time. If you would be interested in this position, should it become available, we would encourage you to apply, and our hiring team will be glad to contact you when/if relevant.

Key responsibilities:

  • Hands on Verilog or VHDL firmware development, timing-closure and board-level troubleshooting targeting FPGA.
  • Development of High-Level Synthesis Board Support Packages (BSP) for key customer platforms, while communicating directly with customers.
  • Develop and deliver benchmarks, proof-of-concept and solutions, demonstrating the value of the FPGA.
  • Collaborate with other engineering and support groups within PSG and across Intel on FPGA implementation and BSP development.
  • Work in close collaboration with the Intel FPGA High-Level Design tools team to drive new features and improvements.



Qualifications
- B.S. in Electronic Engineering, Computer Science or related degree - Experience of 3 years or 3 different internships in field of FPGA design. - 1 year in Software Development using C/C++ or OpenCL or CUDA - 2 years in FPGA design using RTL (Verilog or VHDL) Additional (Preferred) Qualifications: Hands-on experience with... - C/C++, OpenCL, CUDA - Verilog or VHDL design for FPGA - Intel FPGA and FPGA Development tools - Windows, Linux and RTOS - SW Drivers Development - High-Speed Serial Interfaces, including PCIe, 1G/10G/100G Ethernet, QPI, JESD204B. - High-Speed External Memory Interfaces, including DDR3, DDR4, QDR, HBM2.



Other Locations
US, California, San Diego;


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