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As a DFT Engineer (Design for Test) on the Advanced Technology team, you will be responsible for defining, implementing, and deploying advanced DFT, design-for-debug (DFD), design-for-reliability (DFR), design for performance (DFP), and design for yield (DFY) methodologies for highly complex digital and/or mixed-signal chips and/or IPs. You will enable forward looking advanced user defined fault models (UDFM), including cell aware, hold fault models, voltage stress aware fault models, small delay defect, and advanced diagnostic capabilities, including cell and layout aware diagnostics. You will drive SSN and work with architects on Functional built-in self test (BIST), cache resident test, logic BIST, and other forward looking DFT techniques such as analog fault models.
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