Software Development Engineer
Job Location: Onsite in Fremont, CA
Job Category: R&D / Software Engineering
As a member of a highly proficient, productive and motivated R&D team, using cutting edge software development techniques while developing industry’s leading circuit simulator Analog FastSPICE™ (AFS), you will be offered: Technical challenges to solve toughest nanometer scale circuit verification problems for the leading semiconductor companies in the world. A motivating, stimulating and rewarding work environment. Excellent training and growth opportunities throughout your career. Attractive compensation and benefits.
Analog FastSPICE™ (AFS) is world’s fastest nanometer accurate circuit verification platform used by over 150 semiconductor companies worldwide for their toughest circuit verification challenges while designing high-speed I/Os, PLLs, ADCs/DACs, CMOS image sensors, RFICs, and embedded memory. As a key member of AFS R&D team you will participate in developing efficient algorithms and implementing them using state of the art software engineering processes and development tools, with a strong emphasis on software quality; thus gaining industry level experience in solving tough computational complexity problems while participating in entire software development lifecycle. Responsibilities Include: Work closely with other analog circuit simulator developers, architects and product engineers to enhance core circuit simulator accuracy, performance, capacity, and feature set. Maintain and enhance compatibility with other simulators. Profile and identify bottlenecks in performance of various analyses for very large circuits. Debug difficult test-cases with accuracy, performance, capacity, or functional issues
Masters or PhD degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Applied Mathematics or relevant area
Minimum 3 years of experience in developing software for engineering applications; preferably using numerical methods and sparse matrix techniques.
Must currently reside in the continental USA
Must be able to relocate immediately to the Fremont, CA area
Must at least have a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Applied Math or Computer Engineering.
Unless you possess a PhD, you must have at least 1 year of full-time, non-university, work experience within a commercial company.
Solid background in object-oriented design and software engineering processes (C++/Linux).
Proficiency in memory optimization, high-performance data structures and algorithms.
Working knowledge of multithreading programming.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Excellent problem-solving skills.
This position may require access to export-controlled technology. If an export license is required and Mentor Graphics elects to apply for such a license, then candidates must be approved and licensed by the applicable government authorities as a condition of employment.
Organization: Digital Industries
Company: Mentor Graphics Corporation
Experience Level: Experienced Professional
Job Type: Full-time
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