QualificationsLabViewElectrical engineeringSystem designMATLABLayout designBachelor’s degree
Experience with substrate design and material selection for camera applications
Experience with data analysis/graphing using MATLAB or JMP for statistical analysis
Knowledge of Electrical Engineering fundamentals, design and layout for low-noise linear and switching power supply circuits, high speed multi-gigabit, and low-speed serial interfaces
Knowledge of FPGA based boards designs, FPGA programming
Knowledge of camera and optics technology, CMOS, and image sensors interfaces
Ability to simulate using ANSYS 3D solvers for signal integrity and PDN analysis
About the job
The Image Sensor and Camera Electrical Engineering (EE) team focuses on design and evaluation of camera systems for Google’s consumer hardware. We explore imaging sensors, camera system hardware, and applications to help bring Google’s photography experience to our users. We work with our partners in Tech Engineering, as well as cross-functionally with the Android Software and Augmented Perception teams to bring immersive imaging features to Google products.
As a Camera Electrical Engineer in the Tech Engineering team, you will contribute to exploring various camera electrical systems and applications for consumer hardware. You will work alongside hardware, system integration and silicon development teams to develop camera electrical system technology.
Determine component requirements, and develop/review schematic designs for innovative camera module related circuits containing digital image sensors, microcontrollers, low-noise power supplies, and high-speed serial interfaces.
Work with vendors and teams for developing camera module circuits to ensure correct operation over the specified voltage and temperature ranges.
Work with schematics/layout design for flex/rigid/rigid-flex fab assemblies and substrate.
Review layout, DFM and design reports to sign off on fab/board/substrate build activity. Perform Electrical Engineering validation testing.
Analyze Camera module performance and noise data and create appropriate documentation for sharing info with broader team.
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