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Evaluate and optimize different power distributions (i.e., voltage rail assignments, regulator assignment).
Work with internal and external teams to define architectural details of a Power Management IC (PMIC) and produce detailed documents for the proposed PMIC architecture.
Work closely with power architects and produce detailed trade-off analysis of impact of power delivery network (PDN) on different use-case power.
Derive and define features for PMIC.
Minimum qualifications :
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent practical experience.
5 years of experience in Power Management Integrated Circuits (PMIC) design or power delivery network design.
Experience with Application-Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) power analysis methodology.
Preferred qualifications :
Advanced degree in Electronics, Computer Engineering or Computer Science, focusing on computer architecture, performance, and power analysis.
Experience with power components, modeling, distribution, and design.
Experience in ASIC / PMIC interactions, PMIC architecture, switched-mode power supply, low dropout regulators (LDO), and Integrated regulators.
Analog / digital background in LDO, SMPS, load switch. Experience in battery droop mitigation, over-current protection and thermal shutdown.
Knowledge of power design techniques (multi threshold voltage / power / voltage domain design, clock / power gating, DVFS / AVS).
Knowledge of thermal analysis, resistive thermal models, and heat transfer analysis.