FPGA Engineer

We are looking for an FPGA Engineer in Grenoble, France!

Do you love designing and developing groundbreaking ideas for the next generation of Advanced Camera & Imaging systems?
Do you have at least 3 years of relevant experience in FPGA?
This job opening is for you!

You will work in a R&D department developing imaging sensor and cameras, in the spectral range from UV to LWIR, on different technologies.

Your main responsibilities
- Study and definition of the video system (costs / deadlines / performance)
- Electronic design (VHDL / Verilog and simulation)
- Development and testing
- Electronic evolution/improvement

About you
- Engineering degree in electronics or industrial computing
- Relevant experience of at least 3 years in an industrial environment related to the application of electronic subsystems
- Solid skills in video processing and optimisation of FPGA resources (VHDL / Verilog)
- Structured and methodical mindset
- Good interpersonal skills and team spirit to support colleagues and share technical knowledge
- Fluent English a must

Embrace a big future with us!
- Work with a dynamic team in a high-tech company full of challenges and opportunities ahead
- Our flexible working environment will give you many opportunities to take initiatives and responsibilities

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