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Title:  Verification Engineer (Intern) 1

Company:  Renesas Electronics America Inc.
Country/Region:  US
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City:  Various
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Job Function:  Hardware(Analog)
Job Type:  Temporary
Description: 

Renesas Electronics Americas (REA) is a dynamic, multi-cultural tech company where employees
can learn, mentor and thrive. REA brings together the strong financial foundation of a multi-billion
dollar global operation and the flexibility and velocity of a smaller organization. We are developing
technologies for the latest advances in mobile computing, secured connected devices,
autonomous driving, smart homes and factories and more. Our solutions are at the heart of
products developed by the major innovators around the world. Join us and be part of what’s next
in electronics. For more information about Renesas, please visit https://jobs.renesas.com/
This is an Intern position for a qualified individual to work in Renesas’ 
PMIC development team supporting mobile systems with emphasis on tablets and ultrabooks. This is
an internship position. The candidate will develop the highest-performance and highly-integrated
solutions in the market with a focus on cutting-edge power solutions for Mobile Application Processors
(SOCs).

 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
• Work with Design, DV and AMS
verification engineers to ensure
maximum and efficient verification
coverage
• Drives, creates and verifies AMS
models.
• Drives, creates and verifies AMS test
benches.
• Drives and creates self-checking tests;
PASS/FAIL.
• Responsible for the verification of:
Model vs. Transistor level Circuit
• Drives and creates a Behavioral Verilog
model representing the PMIC
• Verifies all analog to digital interfaces
• Work diligently to accomplish project
goals and meet schedule requirements.


QUALIFICATIONS
• Candidates must be pursuing a
Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD degree in
Electrical Engineering or Computer
Science.
• Cadence tools: Spectre, Verilog-AMS,
Verilog-A. HSPICE is acceptable in place
of Spectre.
• Experience using Cadence analog
design tools for transistor block-level
characterization/verification by
Spectre/HSPICE simulations.
• Exposure in scripting languages like
PERL, TCL and/or Python.
• Basic understanding of analog and
digital circuits with an emphasis in
Analog power circuits such as; voltage
references, current references, LDOs
and high performance DC/DC
converters, and also Digital circuits like
state machines and interfaces like I2C
and SPI.
• Written and verbal English language
proficiency required.