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Philips - Digital ASIC Architect, Team Lead (Freelance/ZZP)

Posted Sep 23, 2022
Project ID: ITJP00025357
Location
Eindhoven , Noord-Brabant
Duration
1 year
(Oct 3, 2022 - Sep 30, 2023)
Hours/week
40 hrs/week
Payrate range
67 - 90 €/hr

Location: High Tech Campus, Eindhoven
Initial Contract Duration: 1 year, full-time
Starting date: October 2022

Rate: : +- 90€ per hour

 

Group description:
At Philips Research in the group of IGT and Ultrasound Devices & Systems, the ASIC team is working on the design of various mixed-signal Application-Specific ICs (ASIC) for biomedical applications. These CMOS ASICs usually perform sensor interfacing functions with a significant digital content. The candidate will take part in the design of an ASIC for a novel and exciting application, leading a team of digital designers, working closely together with an analog and mixed-signal team.

Requirements:
The candidate must meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Has University Degree (Master or Bachelor) in Electrical Engineering.
  • At least ten years of experience in digital system architecture, design,
    verification and physical implementation. Is able to improve existing solutions.
  • Solid understanding of the digital ASIC design flows, from system architecture to RTL, digital and mixed signal verification, design synthesis, physical implementation, and timing analyses. 
  • Comprehensive knowledge of VHDL, system Verilog and preferably python. 
  • Being able to specify, evaluate and integrate IP blocks such as memories. 
  • Familiar with DFT including test-pattern generation. 
  • Lead the digital team of front-end, back-end and verification engineers while contributing to the design. 
  • Support the team to optimize progress. 
  • Working with analog and mixed-signal teams on a daily basis. 
  • Participating in system verifications using Cadence AMS tools.
  • Reporting progress and issues to the project leader and customer. 
  • Fluent in English.
  • Experience in IC realization of DSP algorithms and functions for sensor interfacing applications, including digital filters, sample rate converters and communication protocols preferred. 
  • Experience with mixed-signal design and AMS verification, UVM verification is a plus. 
  • Basic knowledge of Mentor Graphics HDL Designer and Questasim and Cadence Virtuoso for analog design is beneficial. 
  • Hands-on experience in digital backend is a big advantage.

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