Applied Materials

Logic Design Engineer

In this role, you will be working with the circuit designers to develop digital logic for advanced memory technologies (MRAM, ReRAM, FeRAM etc) and drive future technology direction in various applications including neuromorphic computing. You will have the opportunity to design and validate emerging memory technologies and publish findings at key industry conferences. The ideal candidate will have desire to learn, rethink the current norms and a desire to push the technology envelope forward.

Key Qualifications

Must have prior experience in

RTL coding and ASIC design flow including synthesis, LEC, DFT, timing analysis, ECO
Hands on experience in processor to memory dataflow path, understanding of internal buses and external buses (serial and parallel)
Error correction algorithms and techniques (ECC, redundancy etc)
Hands on experience with synthesis, updating constraints to meet area, frequency and placement requirements
Working with P&R teams, understanding of design tradeoffs to meet P&R requirements
Developing Controllers (SRAM, DRAM)

Preferred Skills and Education

MSEE with 10+ years of experience in logic design
Good written and oral communication skills
Self-motivated and problem solver
Curiosity to learn and share the knowledge

Nice to have

Experience in hardware validation, characterization
Some knowledge in memory device fundamentals
Understanding of RISC processors, simple FW development
Curiosity to learn and propose new design techniques and methodologies


Master’s Degree – Electrical Engineering



Years of Experience:
4 – 7 Years

Work Experience:
Additional Information

Yes, 20% of the Time
Relocation Eligible:

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