Meta AR/VR Job | Memory IP Advanced Development Engineer

Job(岗位): Memory IP Advanced Development Engineer

Type(岗位类型): Hardware

Citys(岗位城市): Remote, US | Sunnyvale, CA | Redmond, WA | Austin, TX

Date(发布日期): 2022-9-9


Our silicon team is pushing the state-of-the-art with breakthrough work in computer vision, machine learning, mixed reality, graphics, power delivery, interconnect, displays, sensors, and new ways to map the human body. We work across the entire stack of system design, from transistors, architectures, firmware, and algorithms. Our chips will enable AR and VR devices to mix and match the real and virtual worlds throughout the day.

As a Memory IP Advanced Development Engineer at Meta, you will work with a world-class team of engineers creating high-performance and low-power custom designs for our AR/VR chips and focus directly on creating tuned memory technologies targeting best-in-class user experiences with AR/VR. This will include workload profiling to understand memory use-cases; optimization of memory circuits for power and performance; development of tuned memory compilers; and verification and validation of memory functionality and key performance measures. We value excellent communication skills and strong cross-functional teamwork.


M.S. or Ph.D. in EE, ECE, or related field, or equivalent experience

Experience in programming/scripting with Python or Perl

Experience with SRAM circuit designs and memory compilers

Experience in circuit simulation and modeling

Experience with cross functional team communication and collaboration


Understand workloads and execution kernels and how to map those to memory access patterns and traces

Work with chip, block, and verification engineers to understand design parameters including area, power, and interfaces

Design, simulate, and margin new circuit ideas and technologies to build memories tailored to our workload patterns

Build and maintain SRAM compiler technologies to facilitate in creating memory instances in large SoC designs

Develop solutions spanning domains of CMOS circuits, ASIC implementation and EDA to enable realization of both rapid prototypes and production-worthy ICs