Research Engineer

Are you ready to step into the epicenter of technological innovation and shape the future of computing?

A global trailblazer in advanced artificial intelligence, information processing, computing, cybersecurity, and communications technologies is on the hunt for Research Engineers with a passion for reconfigurable computing. Visionaries like you – talented, motivated developers with a passion for CAD and EDA tools for FPGA hardware

Ready to dive into the heart of innovation? This is where you belong.

This position is located in Arlington, VA with Hybrid work options available.

Constantly push boundaries by:

  • Crafting toolsets to seamlessly translate AI algorithms into hardware.
  • Mastering the art of optimizing billion-transistor FPGAs for lightning-fast runtimes.
  • Forging ahead with state-of-the-art reconfigurable architectures.

Join a team that invests in their staff though a culture of:

  • Lifelong learning and idea generation.
  • Open, transparent, and constructive feedback.
  • Continuous personal and professional growth through invaluable contributions to cutting-edge research.

What you’ll need:

  • MS or Bachelors with equivalent experience in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Computer Science.
  • Strong software development skills (C++/Java/Python) coupled with hardware design expertise (VHDL/Verilog/System Verilog).
  • 3-5 years of hands-on experience with Xilinx, Intel, or Lattice FPGA implementation tools.
  • Eligibility and willingness to pursue a Top Secret clearance, requiring U.S. citizenship (Current SECRET clearance or higher is a plus).

Nice to haves:

  • Experience with or contributions to open-source EDA tools such as Torc, RapidWright, ABC, VPR, VTR, RapidSmith, nextpnr, prjXray.
  • Demonstrable expertise in FPGA CAD tool algorithms (synthesis, partitioning, mapping, placing, routing), design automation, or hardware trust, assurance, and security.
  • Proficiency in software revision control systems like Git, Mercurial, SVN, and CI/CD development workflows.

If you're ready to write the next chapter in the book of computing history, Apply Now.