The successful candidate will join the Research and Development team that creates state of the art software for electromagnetic crosstalk analysis.


With increasing frequencies, tighter design margins, denser integrated circuits (e.g. 3-D IC structures, stacked die architectures, etc.), and new devices and materials, the necessity of full electromagnetic (EM) interference analysis is becoming a fundamental need for the industry. The associated physics and the sheer design size bring out new challenges related to power and reliability, affecting design closure, and at the same time make the incorporation of EM phenomena in the sign-off process extremely challenging. ANSYS simulation and modeling tools offer the sign-off accuracy and performance needed to ensure optimal design, noise integrity and reliability of even the most complex ICs, taking into account electromagnetic crosstalk.





Build a solid understanding of the code and the team’s software development processes
Diagnose and fix code problems
Deliver code that meets requirements on schedule.  Ensure that code is efficient, scalable, maintainable, extensible, robust and easy to understand.
Optimize code to improve tool runtime and memory capacity
Create unit, regression and/or system-level tests to thoroughly validate new features or changes
Communicate clearly and work closely with manager, technical leads and other engineers to refine solutions and to describe changes that may affect others
Learn and follow best practices in software engineering
Expand depth and breadth of knowledge in specific electronic design and analysis areas

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