Physical Design Engineer (R00049199_Austin)
The Silicon Design group is a diverse team of world class silicon engineers. We have 100+ years of cumulative hands-on experience in architecture, logic design, verification, physical design, emulation and firmware. We use the latest silicon technologies and processes to help our clients create well-designed solutions to highly complex challenges. We are designing and developing next-generation, high performance SoCs, supporting our clients in their drive to deliver their product vision to their users. We are involved in all aspects of chip design from definition and architecture through to verification and signoff. Accenture engineers are true “Silicon to SW” Partners, allowing a new breed of companies in the semiconductor ecosystem to innovate in an unparalleled time to market.
Whether at our Silicon Design Center in Phoenix or at one of our other locations you will get to collaborate and innovate with the world’s leading product development companies. In our dynamic fast-paced environment you will get to make the impossible possible.
Accenture is invested in our team member’s growth and provide many opportunities for training and skills expansion.
- Develop and own physical design implementation of multi-hierarchy low-power designs including physical-aware logic synthesis, design for testability, constraints, static timing analysis, formal verification, Gate level functional & timing ECO in advanced technology nodes
- Develop & document STA & Synthesis strategies. Interact with methodology teams to address challenges related to new technology nodes.
- Familiar with constraint checking tools and techniques to deliver quality constraints for both pre and post CTS views.
- Resolve design and flow issues related to physical design, identify potential solutions, and drive execution
- Proficiency in advanced synthesis & STA techniques to achieve aggressive low power, area, and timing goals. Must be able to drive solutions for complex timing closure scenarios.
- Ability to optimize designs for best in class in low power and high performance with logically equivalent RTL transforms
- Experience with multi-clock and multi-power domain designs.
- Proficiency with ECO for functional and DFT timing closure
- Deliver physical design of an end-to-end IP or integration of ASIC/SoC design
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Here's what you need:
-Bachelor's degree or equivalent (minimum 12 years work experience). If Associate's Degree, must have equivalent minimum 6 years work experience
-Minimum of 2 years of experience in the following:
RTL2Gate experience on advanced technology nodes (7nm and below)
Backend experience a must
Experience with low power implementation and signoff, power gating, multiple voltage rails, UPF knowledge.
Experience in Block-level and Full-chip integration.
Experience working with EDA tools like DC/Genus, ICC2/Innovus, Primetime
Bonus Points If:
Experience in running physical-aware logic synthesis and achieving optimal synthesis QoR on low power designs
Knowledge of static timing analysis, defining timing constraints and exceptions, corners/voltage definitions
Experience with Python, TCL or Perl programming
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