Function Safety Engineer 资深自动驾驶芯片安全标准工程师
At NVIDIA, we are building the system, hardware, and software technology which enables autonomous driving. Our safety engineering team is currently looking for a Semiconductor Safety Engineer to help develop the next generation of system on chip (SoC) and GPU products for autonomous driving.
What you'll be doing
You will be working closely with internal and partner safety engineering teams to deliver state of the art products. Specific responsibilities of the Semiconductor Safety Engineer role include:
· Collaborate with architects and designers to find optimal implementations of safety diagnostics in hardware and software.
· Participate in safety analysis and verification activities to confirm NVIDIA designs meet applicable performance targets, and aggressively work to improve products when issues are identified.
· You will optimize, automate, and train engineering standard methodologies to ensure speed of light execution
· Provide support of third party assessment of NVIDIA safety concepts and SoC implementations.
· Assist in creation of safety manuals, analysis reports, and user guides.
What we need to see
· You have a master’s Degree in computer engineering, Computer Science or Electrical Engineering or related disciplines with a focus in functional safety. 3+ years relevant experience.
· You possess a working knowledge of functional safety and semiconductor development processes.
· You understand safety analysis techniques such as FMEA and FTA and have relevant work or research experience in functional safety.
· Excellent analytical, written, and verbal communication skills in English & Chinese.
· Willing to travel (up to 10% of the work time) is a necessity.
Ways to stand out from the crowd
· Experience developing semiconductors for functional safety compliance and performing chip/unit level safety analysis
· Experience in microarchitecture and RTL design
· Understanding of neural networks, GPUs, and related design concepts
· Relevant safety personnel certifications (e.g. CFSP, CFSE, or equivalent)
· You have supported third party safety assessments.