As a Real Number Modeling Engineer, you will be responsible for the development of behavioral digital descriptions of analog modules targeted for digital simulators.
Your deliveries are needed for functional and mixed-signal verification.
In your new role you will :
Develop module-level behavioral models of analog blocks targeted for digital simulators for mixed-signal automotive products (eg : Motor Drives, Gate Drivers, Body Bridges)
Have full responsibility for model development and verification according to requested specifications
Define model development and verification plan in sync with existent modeling methodology
Develop and optimize emulation methods within digital modeling language constraints to achieve maximum performance and desired feature set
Align with stakeholders on model requirements (eg : accuracy, complexity, feature set, etc).
Ensure sign-off criteria are met and model documentation is consistent
Contribute to defining and improving existing real number modeling methodology (eg : investigate new tools, simulators, modeling languages)
You have good analog circuitry understanding which helps you derive an abstract model from an analog IC block / concept in a digital description language (eg : SystemVerilog, VHDL).
You have a passion for numerical methods and mathematical models as this greatly increase your efficiency. You are motivated to improve existing methodology and constantly challenge the way functionalities are modeled.
You like working with multiple tools and simulators and getting an in-depth view / understanding of the simulation engine and its behavior.
You are an organized person and this is seen in your modeling code structure and documentation.
You are best equipped for this task if you have :
A bachelor’s degree in Electronics Engineering, Applied Electronics, Automatic Control , or equivalent degree.
Experience with real number modeling languages (eg : Verilog, SystemVerilog, VHDL)
Good knowledge of Digital & Mixed-Signal simulators (eg : AMS designer, XA-VCS).
Know-how in Cadence tools and Virtuoso environment would be a plus.
Good understanding of analog circuitry
Passion for applied mathematics, mathematical models, numerical simulations is a big plus
Good command of English Language