Oct 22

Memory Architect – Flash, Non-Volatile, CBRAM

Recruiter: European Recruitment Ltd
Posted: 21 October 2013
Closes: 18 November 2013
Location: Paris, France
Ref: CCMAR01
Contact: Christopher Canneaux
Job Function: Research & Development
Specialist Area: Semiconductors
Contract Type: Permanent
Hours: Full Time
Salary: €60000 – €90000 per annum + package

Further information
We are currently looking for a **Memory Architect** – Non-Volatile / Flash

Missions & Objectives:
*Lead the development of the non-volatile memory design offer
*Participate in the definition of the non-volatile memory strategy definition and roadmap
*Support customers, partners and designers

Roles & Responsibilities:
*Interface with Memory vendors (Flash/CBRAM/OTP)
*Define the CBRAM & Flash memory architecture modifications upon customer needs
*Generate and maintain internal Memory documentation
*Plan, execute, and report the results of the Altis Memory portfolio qualification and performance

Skill required:
Relevant experience on the following EDA tools :
– Cadence-Virtuoso
– Mentor-Calibre
– Synopsys-Hspice and/or Cadence-Spectre and/or Mentor-Eldo

Experience with the following tools will be appreciated:
– Perl, Python, Unix shell, and Java scripting languages
– C/C++ and Matlab programming
– In-depth understanding of Nor Flash, EEPROM & OTP memory architecture

Specific Profile:
– M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering or related field & at least a 10 year-experience in industry, preferably working for a flash memory vendor in a product engineering or an application engineering role.
– Good knowledge of Memory qualification tests
– Strong analytical and problem solving skills

If you are interested in this Memory Architect position and you have the relevant experience then please send an up to date CV to [email protected] or click Apply Now.

Key Words: Memory, Flash, non-volatile memory, CBRAM, EDA, Cadence, Viruoso, Mentor, Calibre

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