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Microchip Technology Inc. Technical Staff Engineer-Applications in Hauppauge, New York

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Job Description:

\*This position can work remote from a home office.

This position is for the FPGA/SoC Business Unit (BU), and serves our customers and field engineers around the world. This BU designs, develops, and markets low power, mixed signal and system critical FPGAs, offering the most comprehensive portfolio of system and power management solutions. This is an exciting role in a team of seasoned engineers with management's visibility to your work, and with ongoing opportunities to learn various technological aspects of our products. You will be working with a team of Applications engineers in the USA and India. As a Subject Matter Expert (SME), you will engage with our tier1 customers and our engineering teams to help design/debug FPGA/SoC designs.

Job Responsibilities:
Provide advanced-level consulting and technical support (remotely and on-site) to tier1 customers through product demonstrations, creation of design examples, presenting advanced FPGA/SoC design and timing-closure techniques, debugging hardware bring-up issues.
Demonstrate authority on all or most phases of FPGA/SoC design, including embedded systems (processor) design, High level synthesis (HLS), place-route and timing constraints, timing closure, board-level schematic reviews, and FPGA hardware development and debug tools.
Lead/participate in cross-functional teams across the BU, and get buy-ins to improve/define external memory interface solutions for current/future products.
Participate in functional block reviews, product characterization and rollout, tools' ease-of-use discussions with senior Engineering and Marketing experts in the BU.
Train field & technical support engineers with new Microchip FPGA/SoC products & tools.
Drive early adoption & evaluation of advanced debugging & software flows, IP cores, and kits in the team.
Create customer-facing collateral, application notes, reference designs, white papers on advanced interfaces and solutions for Microsemi FPGA/SoC products.


Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering/Science.
8+ years of relevant industry experience with FPGA-based architecture definition, design, and support, including DDR memory controllers, High Speed Serial IO, Embedded Processor.
5+ years of experience with lab equipment such as oscilloscopes and signal analyzers.
Domain expertise in one or more FPGA/SoC design/debug expertise - DDR memory interfaces and protocols, Serdes and high-speed serial interfaces and protocols, timing closure techniques, FPGA synthesis/HLS and simulation, etc.
In-depth experience with FPGA devices and eco-systems from at least 1 major FPGA supplier.
Board level experience including power supply decoupling, high speed signal terminations and routing.
Experience in system level debug with the ability to dig into system level issues to assist clients in identifying the root cause.
Hands-on experience with VHDL/Verilog, C.
Excellent communication & problem-solving skills, and ability to independently drive issues to closure.
Hard-working and committed; ability to handle stress and multi-task in a dynamic customer-centric environment.
Must be a self-starter and an excellent team-worker.

Travel Time:
0% - 25%

Physical Attributes:
Hearing, Seeing, Talking, Works Alone, Works Around Others

Physical Requirements:
80% sitting, 10% walking, 10% standing, 100% inside

Microchip Technology Inc is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected Veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Microchip is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer of Disabled/Veterans/Minorities/Women. We provide equal employment and affirmative action opportunities to applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, or any other basis protected under applicable federal, state or local laws.