As an FPGA Student at iVE you will have a meaningful effect on the next generation logic designs, working shoulder to shoulder with the Design and Architecture teams.
In this role you will create emulation/Field Programmable Gate Array FPGA models from a Register Transfer Level RTL design using emulation/FPGA synthesis, partitioning and routing tools.
Defines and documents RTL changes required for emulation/FPGA.
Develop hardware and software collaterals and integrates it with the emulation/FPGA model. Test and debug the emulation/FPGA model and collaterals.
Define and develop new capabilities and HW/SW tools to enable acceleration of RTL and improve emulation/FPGA model usability for PreSilicon and PostSilicon functional validation as well as SW development/validation.
Develop improvements to usability by RTL validation and debugging of failing RTL tests on the emulation platform.
Interface with and provides guidance to presilicon Validation teams for optimizing preSi validation environments, test suites and methodologies for emulation efficiency.
Develop and apply automation aids, flows and scripts in support of emulation ease of use and improvement of equipment utilization.
� Student for computer / electrical engineering
� At least 3+ semesters till graduation
� Good experience and knowledge in Linux.
� Experience with PC interfaces, e.g. USB. I2C, SPI etc.
� Good understanding of board design, schematics and layout.
� Willing to learn FPGA programming.
� Experience with Test Equipment.
� Good technical skills, debugging and analytic capabilities
� Basic Hardware approach.
� Ability to work in a dynamic environment with various customers.
� Basic knowledge in Windows- an advantage.
The everyday contributions of the Intel Validation Engineering (iVE) team are essential to retaining/regaining Intel's product leadership. We validate, debug, and tune the newest designs and world-changing technologies that enrich the lives of every person on earth. We play a critical role in completing the PRQs of Intel products and in Intel's ability to deliver the annual technology platforms in our roadmap.