Magic Leap is seeking a Senior Electrical Engineer with experience working in an advanced technology team, office of CTO, or Research team, developing new technologies in SOC, optical, display, sensing, RF and EM technologies for product design to join our team developing next-generation technology for mixed-reality devices in an Agile Hardware Environment.
Work on research and development of new sensor and display technologies from concept to product
System and component specification definition
Simulation, modeling, design and test project development
Skilled at troubleshooting board issues and implementing tests at system level
Develop benchmarking and profiling tools
7+ years of work experience in related field
Must work well with interdisciplinary groups
Experienced writing firmware in C/C++
Proficiency with data analysis languages such as MATLAB or Python
Digital and Analog circuit design experience
Experience using Cadence Allegro or other schematic/layout tool
Experience in electrical system simulation with PSPICE
Experience in printed circuit board design & bringup
Experience debugging common serial protocols (I2C, SPI, UART, etc.)
Power management design and techniques & battery life optimization
Experience with embedded video standards such as MIPI and LVDS
Experience with other high speed standards such as USBC, PCIe, and DisplayPort
Experience with design of illumination systems
Experience developing with camera system design
FPGA design experience
Vector Processing and DSP processor experience
BS in Electrical Engineering is required. MS or PhD is preferred
All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.
About Magic Leap, Inc.
How It All Began
October 5, 2017
Today, Magic Leap is a company made up of hundreds of artists, engineers, explorers, and dreamers from around the globe, all chasing their curiosity toward the same goal – bringing together the digital and real worlds to advance human potential.
But it all began on a road trip to Austin when we asked the question – “what if computing could spill outside the computer?”