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CPU RTL Design Engineer

at Tesla Motors

Posted: 2/21/2019
Job Reference #: 74517
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Job Description

Req. ID:
74517

Office Location:
NA-US-TX-Austin-Las Cimas Parkway Office

Job Shift:


Job Type:
Employee

THE ROLE

The Autopilot Hardware team is looking for a RTL Design Engineer to work in Austin, TX.  Candidate is expected to document microarchitecture specifications, define system-level functional requirements, and write RTL to meet autopilot system objectives.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • CPU Architecture and Microarchitecture
  • CPU micro-architecture specification and design
  • CPU design
  • Microprocessor design
  • Low-power microprocessor design
  • Power-efficient microprocessor design
  • Specification, microarchitecture, and RTL design of microprocessor and memory subsystems
  • Balance performance, power, safety, and cost requirements
  • Trade-off functional, physical and performance requirements
  • Work with cross-functional teams, including implementation, verification, and performance engineers
  • Design for synthesis

REQUIREMENTS

  • High performance (low latency, high bandwidth) design techniques
  • Area and power-efficient CPU RTL design
  • Low power microarchitecture techniques
  • Verilog RTL logic design
  • Experience with simulators and waveform debug tools.
  • Knowledge of logic design principles, including timing and power implications.
  • Three or more years of industry experience
  • Experience with IEEE floating point is preferred                                 

THE ROLE


The Autopilot Hardware team is looking for a RTL Design Engineer to work in Austin, TX.  Candidate is expected to document microarchitecture specifications, define system-level functional requirements, and write RTL to meet autopilot system objectives.


RESPONSIBILITIES


  • CPU Architecture and Microarchitecture
  • CPU micro-architecture specification and design
  • CPU design
  • Microprocessor design
  • Low-power microprocessor design
  • Power-efficient microprocessor design
  • Specification, microarchitecture, and RTL design of microprocessor and memory subsystems
  • Balance performance, power, safety, and cost requirements
  • Trade-off functional, physical and performance requirements
  • Work with cross-functional teams, including implementation, verification, and performance engineers
  • Design for synthesis

REQUIREMENTS


  • High performance (low latency, high bandwidth) design techniques
  • Area and power-efficient CPU RTL design
  • Low power microarchitecture techniques
  • Verilog RTL logic design
  • Experience with simulators and waveform debug tools.
  • Knowledge of logic design principles, including timing and power implications.
  • Three or more years of industry experience
  • Experience with IEEE floating point is preferred                                 


THE ROLE

The Autopilot Hardware team is looking for a RTL Design Engineer to work in Austin, TX.  Candidate is expected to document microarchitecture specifications, define system-level functional requirements, and write RTL to meet autopilot system objectives.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • CPU Architecture and Microarchitecture
  • CPU micro-architecture specification and design
  • CPU design
  • Microprocessor design
  • Low-power microprocessor design
  • Power-efficient microprocessor design
  • Specification, microarchitecture, and RTL design of microprocessor and memory subsystems
  • Balance performance, power, safety, and cost requirements
  • Trade-off functional, physical and performance requirements
  • Work with cross-functional teams, including implementation, verification, and performance engineers
  • Design for synthesis

REQUIREMENTS

  • High performance (low latency, high bandwidth) design techniques
  • Area and power-efficient CPU RTL design
  • Low power microarchitecture techniques
  • Verilog RTL logic design
  • Experience with simulators and waveform debug tools.
  • Knowledge of logic design principles, including timing and power implications.
  • Three or more years of industry experience
  • Experience with IEEE floating point is preferred