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FPGA Developer New College Graduate - (E1)
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Applied Materials, Inc. | Santa Clara, CA
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Job Description

Job Description

Entry Level FPGA Developer/ Engineer


We are developing a state-of-the-art digital lithography tool to revolutionize the display industry. We use FPGA to control system timing, peripherals and process a large amount of geometry data. We are seeking an entry level FPGA developer with digital circuit design and software experience in such an environment coupled with an interest in the challenge of understanding something complex and making it work better.

Key Responsibilities

* Understand the existing FPGA architecture and interactions between the various modules comprising the system.
* Conceive, experiment with, and present modular architectural approaches for FPGA applications with an emphasis on re-use and testability.
* Develop RTL code for additional functionality and capabilities. Perform logic synthesis, timing analysis and timing closure.


* Bachelor's Degree
* Up to 1 Years of Experience

Applied Materials is committed to diversity in its workforce including Equal Employment Opportunity for Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities.

About Applied Materials, Inc.

Applied Materials, Inc. (Applied), incorporated in 1967, provides Nanomanufacturing Technology solutions for the global semiconductor, flat panel display, solar and related industries, with a portfolio of equipment, service and software products. The Company's customers include manufacturers of semiconductor wafers and chips, flat panel liquid crystal displays (LCDs), solar photovoltaic (PV) cells and modules, and other electronic devices. It operates in four segments: Silicon, Applied Global Services, Display, and Energy and Environmental Solutions. On January 31, 2008, Applied acquired Baccini S.p.A. (Baccini), a supplier of automated metallization and test systems for crystalline silicon (c-Si) solar PV cells. (Source: 10-K)