Design Verification Engineer (220003TF_Dallas)
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About the job
Design verification (DV) engineers are responsible for providing confidence that a semiconductor chip will meet all specifications in the data sheet, work robustly in the customer's system and be optimally manufacturable and testable, before the device goes to tapeout (mask / pattern generation). To do this, they run simulations to validate the device in various system/functional scenarios, break and overstress the device, prove that behavioral models are adequately cross-checked against the actual design, analyze complex circuit interactions (i.e. voltage domain crossing, floating nodes), etc.
DV engineers work closely across front-end and back-end teams to ensure full alignment before, during and after silicon production. You can think of DV as the auditor or quality assurance team for our designs and devices; this discipline is critical to verify device functionality, mitigating risk of qualification failures, customer returns and unplanned rework -- which all impact a business' ability to continue to sell and develop new products.
- Responsible for Top level and Sub-system level modules verification in DLP’s DMD controller chips mainly used in consumer and commercial industries.
- Understand the customer specification, architectures and partition based on functionality of various blocks.
- Perform top level and subsystem level RTL verification.
- Build the verification environment.
- Create drivers, monitors and checkers.
- Create random and direct verification test cases to cover all of corners and get the 100% functional coverage and code coverage with special waivers.
- Support the post silicon integration
- Masters degree in Electrical Engineering or related degree program
- 2+ years of experience
- VHDL/Verilog design languages.
- Specman E and UVM System Verilog languages.
- Perl, and Python script languages.
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