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Together, we revolutionize space, automotive, robotics (including UAV, UGV), IoT and aviation industries with cutting-edge innovations in ultra-reliability electronics that protect lives in all operating environment. The work we do is immensely challenging but satisfying. Our people are not afraid to question the status quo, enter unchartered waters to solve meaningful problems and push the boundaries of science.

If there is fire in your belly to make an outsized impact in the emerging industries, join our team!

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Junior Analog
Designer

Senior Analog Layout Designer
Zero-Error Systems (ZES) is currently seeking a junior analog designer to join our team and help us revolutionise the industry. The analog designer will collaborate with other integrated circuit (IC) designers to work on different analog IC designs for various applications including commercial, automotive and space.
 
About the Role
  • Position Title: Junior Analog Designer
  • Department: Engineering
  • Reports to: Chief Technology Officer

 

Key Responsibilities

  • Fast development of analog IC physical designs, including layout drawing, design rule checks (DRCs), Layout Versus Schematic (LVS)
  • Layout extractions and analysis for IC designers
  • Develop analog and/or digital library cells in various technologies (e.g. Complementary Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor (CMOS) & Silicon-On-Insulator (SOI))
  • Layout digital cells for various trade-offs (including speed, power, area, reliability)
  • Layout analog circuits and input and output (I/O) circuits
  • Characterize digital cell cells for timing and power analyses
  • Construct test structures for validating various digital and analog cells
  • Layout integration and optimization
  • Advise IC designers for best layout practice
  • Work with the IC design team to deliver IC physical designs
  • Support the team lead for layout design integrations
  • Any other duties assigned

 

Key Requirements

  • Diploma or Bachelor’s in electrical engineering or related field
  • Strong experience in analog physical design, particularly bandgap, amplifier, comparator, low-dropout regulator LDO, current sensing, power switch, etc.
  • Proficiency with industry-standard tools such as Cadence, Spectre, HSPICE, and Matlab
  • Familiarity with CMOS, BiCMOS, and other process technologies
  • Excellent problem-solving skills and ability to work in a fast-paced startup environment
  • At least 3-year experience of analog layout design with 2 IC product tapeouts
  • Some understanding of circuit analysis and implementation
  • Strong expertise in power management including DC/DC converter design.
  • Able to do design verifications
  • Is a good team player
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Able to think critically and is results oriented

 

Measures of Performance

  • Physical Design – Together with the layout engineer(s), successful delivery of the physical IC designs that meet the specifications
  • IC circuit design – Some understanding of the implemented circuits, and able to assist IC designers with design verifications

 

 

For interested candidates, please forward your resume to ZES HR at info@zero-errorsystems.com

Why ZES?

ZES digital solutions can achieve ultra-low soft-error (ULSE) (such as ~10 FITs, i.e., ~10 errors per billion hours of operation) with low Power x Delay x Area to ensure system data integrity. A low power solution increases operating life and reliability of the system, while low delay increases processing capability and small area offers more utilization per unit area.

ZES can customize the library cells to achieve the different ULSE requirements for autonomous vehicles, robotics, UGV, UAV and so forth.

Why ZES?

ZES digital solutions can achieve ultra-low soft-error (ULSE) (such as ~10 FITs, i.e., ~10 errors per billion hours of operation) with low Power x Delay x Area to ensure system data integrity. A low power solution increases operating life and reliability of the system, while low delay increases processing capability and small area offers more utilization per unit area.

ZES can customize the library cells to achieve the different ULSE requirements for autonomous vehicles, robotics, UGV, UAV and so forth.

Why ZES?

ZES digital solutions can achieve ultra-low soft-error (ULSE) (such as ~10 FITs, i.e., ~10 errors per billion hours of operation) with low Power x Delay x Area to ensure system data integrity. A low power solution increases operating life and reliability of the system, while low delay increases processing capability and small area offers more utilization per unit area.

ZES can customize the library cells to achieve the different ULSE requirements for autonomous vehicles, robotics, UGV, UAV and so forth.

Why ZES?

ZES power management solutions achieve more than 90% power efficiency during active and sleep modes. ZES solution is the first* in the market to incorporate innate redundancy to ensure power reliability yet remain low cost.

Why ZES?

ZES disrupts the space industry with Radiation Hardened by Design (RHBD) solutions that provide power reliability and data integrity to COTS ICs that allow satellite and space electronics to achieve longer lifetime, higher functionalities cum intelligence and better power reliability.

High Performance Commercial Off The Shelves (COTS) IC

ZES also offers characterization and qualification testing plus IC design advisory services to satellite, payload and space electronics manufacturers to understand and take steps to overcome the vulnerability of their systems.

Why ZES?

ZES disrupts the space industry with Radiation Hardened by Design (RHBD) solutions that provide power reliability and data integrity to COTS ICs that allow satellite and space electronics to achieve longer lifetime, higher functionalities cum intelligence and better power reliability.

High Performance Commercial Off The Shelves (COTS) IC

ZES also offers characterization and qualification testing plus IC design advisory services to satellite, payload and space electronics manufacturers to understand and take steps to overcome the vulnerability of their systems.