Facebook Silicon Research Manager in Redmond, Washington
Oculus is a world leader in the design of virtual and augmented reality systems. Come work alongside expert engineers and research scientists to create the technology that makes VR and AR pervasive and universal. Join the adventure of a lifetime as we make science fiction real and change the world.
As a Silicon Research Manager at Oculus Research, you will work with a world-class group of researchers, engineers and managers advancing the state of the art for multiple next generations of full custom and semi-custom mixed signal ICs to drive our industry-leading augmented reality systems.
This is a full-time position based in either our Redmond or Menlo Park office.
Your key responsibilities will include:
Build and lead a team of work-class experts to support the execution of our research and product roadmaps
Develop and own the roadmap to advance the current state of the art in silicon processes and circuit level silicon technologies to enable new frontiers in silicon processing power, power consumption and form factor
Use your creativity and inventiveness to envision and lead the development of new silicon research areas to advance our organizational goals
Become and remain fully aware of the key industry and academic players in this space and developing a clear understanding of their areas of research and/or development
Build strong R&D partnerships with top academic and industry
Collaborate closely with our internal silicon architecture and execution, computer vision and optical scientist teams to deliver on the 100X improvement on processing power and processor power consumption needed for our AR products
Your team’s initial main focus areas will be as below:
Silicon devices: Research and drive the state of the art device technologies in close partnerships with leading foundries, academia and industry. SubVt and nearVt silicon operation are of particular interest as well as FDSOI for FinFet substrates with dynamic FBB and RBB
MEMS: Research and drive state of the art MEMS technology as applicable to our products, in close partnership with leading research institutes, academia and foundries around the world
Packaging: Research and lead the advancement of the state of the art in silicon packaging technology including standard packaging, die stacking and advanced stacking interconnect. Chip on Glass/Flex/Board (COG, COF, COB)
SRAM: Research and lead the advancement of the state of the art in developing next generation SRAM architectures and technologies for extreme low power operation in close partnership with academia, research institutes and industry
Architecture: Research and lead the advancement of SOC architectures for extreme low power and precise minimal energy usage modeling, advanced Si power management, fine grain PVT-adaptive and dynamic voltage, frequency scaling, 3D architectures, stacking, coupling interconnect and TSV development
In sensor and in memory computing
Low power/area CNN/RNN compute
Ability to travel both domestically and internationally up to 10% of the time
PhD in EE, material or computer sciences or Physics areas or MS with equivalent experience
10+ years experience in R&D in one of the above and 2+ years experience leading a team of similar researchers
Good understanding of silicon development methodology and flow (analog and digital)
Good understanding of standard silicon low power techniques
Experience working directly with Silicon foundries around the world
Proven ability to establish close technical partnerships with academia, research institutes and industry
Experience with post-silicon qualification, validation and characterization processes and deliverables
Very data driven and detail oriented and capable of producing and presenting detailed technical reports
Possess exemplary organizational, methodology and planning skills
Communicate clearly in English
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