ASIC Architect and Hardware Engineer – Job Order 3163
New York, NY (remote until Jan 2022)
H-1B sponsorship is available
Above market compensation
Relocation package is available
Annual bonus is available
This company is pursuing long-term projects aimed at transforming the process of drug discovery and achieving major advances in the fields of biochemistry and molecular biology using high-performance computation. To further these goals, we have designed and built three generations of special-purpose supercomputer, as well as a variety of simulation tools that run on commodity clusters and GPUs. They are now seeking additional chip designers and VLSI engineers to join our interdisciplinary New York-based team of talented engineers and scientists. These hires will focus on continuing to develop state-of-the-art technology in support of our mission, and will have the opportunity to collaborate with colleagues across our group who have a variety of technological and scientific backgrounds.
Expertise in the architecture, analysis, or implementation of hardware solutions is required. Particularly relevant experience would include high-speed (multi-GHz) ASIC design, current custom chip technologies, parallel computation, microprocessor architecture, machine learning acceleration, hardware/software co-design, computer arithmetic, high-speed interconnection networks, and digital systems simulation. Excellent analytical and communication skills are required. We are looking to add innovative contributors who share our commitment to fostering a stimulating, positive, and collaborative work environment.
o Demonstrated experience working on high-performance chips (multi-GHz) and complex hardware architectures
§ Relevant areas of expertise might include high-speed ASIC design, current custom chip technologies, parallel computation, microprocessor architecture, machine learning acceleration, hardware/software co-design, computer arithmetic, high-speed interconnection networks, and digital systems simulation.
o Implementation experience writing RTL code (in Verilog or VHDL) is required.
o We are open to considering all levels of seniority from recent Ph.D. students (must have hands-on chip design experience) to senior engineers as long as they are still interested in hands-on work.
· Responsibilities: design and development of special-purpose hardware architectures for drug discovery and pharmaceutical applications
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