Functional Verification Engineers

"We make sure that our circuits are designed to perfection."

Soran's Story

Moment of truth for ICs

Soran has headed the Component Verification Team at Campeon in Munich since the beginning of 2022. Previously, he was a lab engineer (since 2020). Component verification is the moment of truth for ICs, showing how a designed and simulated circuit will actually behave. His focus on well-organized and structured planning helps him master daily challenges in a systematic way.

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Markus' Story

Making sure circuits do what theyre supposed to

Markus joined Infineon in 2006 to complete his diploma thesis, moving to Infineon Villach in 2019 – where he became Principal Engineer in 2022 after a variety of different positions. He is responsible for the planning, execution, and coordination of pre-silicon verification for power management systems. Enthusiastic and passionate about his work, his job is to ensure Infineon’s digital circuitry is doing what it is supposed to do.

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Ramkrishna's Story

Proud of my team

Ramkrishna signed up with Infineon in Bangalore in 2017 as a Principal Engineer. Now Senior Manager, he has been leading and motivating the WLAN DVT team since 2022, validating silicon performance, debugging, and supporting customers. A keen believer in the value of trust and integrity in team work, he loves his job and takes great pride in his team.

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Vidya's Story

People leadership first

Vidya came to Infineon Bangalore, India, in 2012 as a master’s thesis student, going on to become Senior Manager in 2021. He believes that assertive communication, accountability, and a high-level understanding of design challenges play a key role in motivating his team to be its very best in handling ASIC verification, flows, and state-of-the-art methodologies.

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Soran Head of Component Verification Team in Munich, Germany

Soran's Story

Moment of truth for ICs

Soran has headed the Component Verification Team at Campeon in Munich since the beginning of 2022. Previously, he was a lab engineer (since 2020). Component verification is the moment of truth for ICs, showing how a designed and simulated circuit will actually behave. His focus on well-organized and structured planning helps him master daily challenges in a systematic way.

Soran in five words:

Explorer KnowledgeSharer Experimenter WorldExplorer Influencer

I enjoy the work-life balance that Infineon offers, as well as working in a multi-cultural environment focused on high-frequency technology.

I am responsible for ensuring the performance and capability of our products, delivering precise and measurable results for our products, and maintaining the true face of our product from a component verification point of view.

Among other things, I was involved in the development of well-known smartphones, smart TVs and other smart devices.

My job is extremely versatile. I work in an international team where each person assesses every topic from a different perspective and this makes the results more valuable. It is exciting to be the first to receive hardware and give very early feedback to stakeholders and technical leaders about their integrated circuits (ICs).

I particularly enjoy striving to achieve state-of-the-art measurement results, working with very high frequencies (up to 120 GHz), and dealing with very sensitive equipment and probe tips.

Judging the technology performance though our lab results.

I am always fascinated to learn about new cultures and nations.

It’s a very exciting job that never gets boring and calls for a commitment to continuous learning.

Markus Principal Engineer in Villach, Austria

Markus' Story

Making sure circuits do what theyre supposed to

Markus joined Infineon in 2006 to complete his diploma thesis, moving to Infineon Villach in 2019 – where he became Principal Engineer in 2022 after a variety of different positions. He is responsible for the planning, execution, and coordination of pre-silicon verification for power management systems. Enthusiastic and passionate about his work, his job is to ensure Infineon’s digital circuitry is doing what it is supposed to do.

Markus in five words:

Tinkerer SparringPartner DesignThinker WorldExplorer ChildTamer

I really appreciate the collaborative, mutually supportive team spirit at Infineon and consider lots of my colleagues to be real friends.

Ensuring that the power management system of the AURIX™ microcontroller is working as expected by identifying, analyzing, and eliminating design bugs in pre-silicon verification. 

I work as a verification lead for the power management system in the new AURIX™ microcontroller product family. This IP is the heart of the AURIX™ and it interacts with the complete chip. Therefore my job calls for a solid system understanding. We also have to adapt quickly to late requirement changes.

Contribution to the development of cutting-edge automotive microcontrollers. Moment when the chip comes out of the fab and works. 

Dealing with the increasing complexity of designs and adherence to the project schedule. 

I would advise my younger self to move earlier to the beautiful area around Villach in Carinthia, southern Austria.

We validate silicon performance, debug issues to meet critical project milestones, and support customers in solving their issues. It is an extremely exciting job, full of challenges, learnings and new opportunities every day. I truly enjoy my work and take pride in my team.

Ramkrishna Senior Manager, WLAN DVT in Bangalore, India

Ramkrishna's Story

Proud of my team

Ramkrishna signed up with Infineon in Bangalore in 2017 as a Principal Engineer. Now Senior Manager, he has been leading and motivating the WLAN DVT team since 2022, validating silicon performance, debugging, and supporting customers. A keen believer in the value of trust and integrity in team work, he loves his job and takes great pride in his team.

Ramkrishna in five words:

ActiveDriver SubjectMatterExpert Musician Leader Volunteer

There are many things that make Infineon special. If I had to choose a few, then I would have to say:

(a) Work-life balance (b) Appreciation of its people and (c) Leadership and communication.

All these ingredients put together make Infineon a great place to work.

As Senior Manager, managing and working with the WLAN design validation engineering team in ICW, I engage with a group of highly motivated engineers – they are boisterous and full of energy, yet empathetic and compassionate at the same time.

Since multiple projects run in parallel, co-ordination among engineers, task prioritization, clarity about work, and balancing task distribution are crucial. With enormous interdependencies, I need to ensure that execution is rolling without unbalancing predictability. Validation and debugging must run hand-in-hand to ensure we meet critical milestones and, at the same time, keep the learning curve for team members moving upwards.

Wi-Fi Bluetooth® combo products (chipsets and modules) validated for production release – for example 43012, 5459x and Hatchet-2.

The highlights certainly are ‘challenges’ and ‘learning’, ‘team spirit’ in success and in failure, and viewing mistakes as opportunities.

With evolving and changing dynamics, the challenge would be to keep the team motivated all the time.

Without any doubt or hesitation, I can say that it is my team. The connection we establish professionally and personally, the mentoring we receive for both work and life, and the support we experience in success and in failure are truly unique.

Empowerment and the wellbeing of my team are the core responsibilities of my job. My success depends on the success of my team, so I work closely with my team members every day to see that they are motivated and equipped to solve the right challenges and create value for the company.

Vidya Senior Manager in Bangalore, India

Vidya's Story

People leadership first

Vidya came to Infineon Bangalore, India, in 2012 as a master’s thesis student, going on to become Senior Manager in 2021. He believes that assertive communication, accountability, and a high-level understanding of design challenges play a key role in motivating his team to be its very best in handling ASIC verification, flows, and state-of-the-art methodologies.

Vidya in five words:

ActiveDriver Motivator CreativeThinker PotentialEnlarger AnimalLover

People first leadership – emphasizing that our people are the key to success and practicing it at all levels.

  • Leading and driving IP verification and methodology activities to success
  • Ensuring that the team has ambitious and motivating targets to achieve in line with the vision and mission statements of the organization
  • Empowering the team through coaching and mentoring
  • Creating a progressive and enjoyable work culture within the team
  • Taped out several automotive ASIC designs to first-time-right on silicon
  • Development of software scripting tools to automate generation of required verification infrastructure to accelerate the verification process
  • Improvements to the existing verification flows to improve overall efficiency

As an ASIC Verification Engineer, I am responsible for fixing defects in the design and having first-time-right on silicon. I take great pride in seeing that happen. As a Team Lead, I have ramped up a new design verification team, onboarded them into a variety of projects; all candidates received excellent feedback for their contributions.

Time-to-market and quality are our key to competitiveness. Given that design verification is the gating process for silicon, the biggest challenge is to keep the turnaround time for verification as short as possible despite rapid growth in design complexity.

My longing to make a significant positive difference to the lives of people around me inspires me every day.