ASIC Verification Engineer – New College Grad 2024
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NVIDIA

10,001+ employees

Designer & manufacturer of computer chips & graphics processors
Company Overview
NVIDIA is on a mission to solve the world's most stimulating technology problems – in industries ranging from gaming to scientific exploration.
AI & Machine Learning

Company Stage

N/A

Total Funding

$4.2B

Founded

1993

Headquarters

Santa Clara, California

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

5%

1 year growth

0%

2 year growth

15%
Locations
Austin, TX, USA
Experience Level
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CategoriesNew
Electrical Engineering
Hardware Engineering
Requirements
  • Pursuing a Bachelor's or Master's degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering or closely related degree (or equivalent experience)
  • Knowledge in verification methodology, crafting reusable verification components, using random stimulus along with functional coverage and assertion-based verification methodologies
  • Experience in Object Oriented Programming with SystemVerilog, design and verification tools (VCS or equivalent simulation tools, debug tools like Debussy, GDB), and methodologies (UVM or equivalent)
Responsibilities
  • As an ASIC Verification Engineer at NVIDIA, you will be responsible for verifying the design, architecture and micro-architecture using sophisticated verification methodologies
  • Define the verification scope, and contribute to the development of the verification infrastructure for memory subsystem units
  • Verify firmware code, with specific attention on verifying hardware/firmware interactions
  • Collaborate with architects, designers, software engineers across sites to accomplish your goals
Desired Qualifications
  • Experience related to high speed IO protocols, or memory coherence is a huge plus
  • Experience debugging embedded firmware code (C or RISCV Assembly)
  • Knowledgeable in embedded microcontrollers and/or RISCV Architecture
  • Exposure to writing verification plans
  • Academic projects in debugging and strong problem solving skills