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HPC / EDA / CAD Software Engineer - France

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09 December 2012
06 January 2013
Alex Fothergill
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
€50K - €80K + Benefits

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HPC / EDA / CAD Software Engineer - France

My client, a world leading EDA / CAD software tools vendor has a number of positions on their EDA / CAD software development team, based in Grenoble, working the development of their Spice analog and mixed signal EDA software design tools on HPC platforms.

The successful HPC / EDA / CAD Software Engineer will be Degree or PhD qualified with a major in HPC / parallel computing and proven experience post academia. Also required is:

-Strong background in parallel programming
-Advanced practice of C programming and Unix. T
-Experience developing simulation software running on HPC machines.
-Good knowledge of the architecture of HPC clusters
-HPC Cluster related development, monitoring tools and libraries (notably MPI).
-Development of sophisticated algorithms available in Spice EDA / CAD

A background in analog simulation would be a plus.

The successful HPC / EDA / CAD Software Engineer will join their Analog team developing the latest Spice simulation engines and make a significant contribution to the architecture, design, implementation and verification of next generation of products. This will involve writing technical specifications, algorithmic descriptions and test plans, etc.

If you are interested in learning more or would like to apply, please send your resume to Alex, Senior Software Tools Consultant at IC Software

Key skills: HPC, EDA, CAD, Parallel computing, HPC Clusters, software, eda, electronic design automation, tools, C, France, Grenoble, spice, faster spice,

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