Cellular Systems Engineer (SoC Performance Validation) (m/f/d)
Munich, Bavaria-Bayern, Germany
vor 6 Tg.

Key Qualifications

  • Expertise with high level modelling and architecture exploration techniques to assess critical aspects at an early project stage.
  • Expertise in simulator design including experience with simulator frameworks
  • Experience on scripting and programming using several of the following : Python, Lua, R, C / C++
  • Capability of defining complex verification use cases and schemes to drive system performance validation for SoC architecture with stringent verification criteria
  • Architecture experience with on chip infrastructure as AMBA and interworking with DRAM
  • Experience with system design and implementation of cellular data plane protocols (LTE, 5GNR) is a plus.
  • Strong analytical and interpersonal skills with an ability to thrive in a cross-functional environment.
  • Strong technical documentation skills.
  • Description

    Analyze cellular system performance use cases and derive modeling and architecture exploration studies.High level modeling of functional units and data plane algorithms to explore architecture options.

    Define and implement leading-edge tools for execution of performance test suite and in-depth result analysis.Closely interact with Systems engineering and design teams and guide the SoC architecture definition providing the required processing performance.

    Generate the related documentation for HW and SW / FW design teams. Occasional travel including international will be required.

    Education & Experience

    MS in Computer Science or Electrical / Information Engineering with 10+ years of working experience or PhD in relevant field with 5+ years of working experience.

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