Magic Leap is seeking a Senior Electrical Engineer with experience working in an advanced technology team, office of CTO, or Research team, developing new technologies in SOC, opto-electrical, display, sensing for product design to join our team developing next-generation technology for mixed-reality devices in an Agile Hardware Environment.
Experience with research and development of new technologies from concept to productization
System and component specification definition
Developing hardware blocks in RTL (Verilog/SystemVerilog) in accordance with specifications set forth by architecture team and aid in verification of designed blocks
Simulation, modeling, design and test project development
Design, implementation and firmware
Troubleshooting board issues and implementing tests at system level
Aid software engineers in debugging Post Silicon designs
Generating test plan for validating ASIC designs for different process variations and temperatures
Knowledgeable in power management and implementing low power systems
Must work well with interdisciplinary groups
Experienced writing firmware in C/C++, Python and scripting languages
5+ years of relevant experience
Familiar with writing and running SystemVerilog simulations
Familiar with running Synthesis and LEC tools like Genus and Conformal
Solid understanding of Digital and Analog Design
Ability to collaborate and communicate with all other internal & external parties
Proficiency in data analysis and tools such as MATLAB, Python, or equivalent.
Knowledge of C++ and Verilog/SystemVerilog.
IBIS signal integrity simulation PSPICE simulation
High speed memory and processor design
Power Management design, battery life optimization
Experience with High speed interfaces USBC, PCIe, DisplayPort
JTAG Debug experience
FPGA design experience optional
Vector processing and DSP processor experience
GPU optimization experience
BS in Electrical Engineering or related field (Computer Engineering or other) is required. MS or PhD is preferred
All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.