Internship

Development of circuit and method for wide-band small die area feedback amplifier for isolated power DCDC converters.

Freising (Germany)
Student / Recent Graduate
Texas Instruments

The Job

Why TI? Engineer your future. We empower our employees to truly own their career and development. Come collaborate with some of the smartest people in the world to shape the future of electronics. We're different by design. Diverse backgrounds and perspectives are what push innovation forward and what make TI stronger. We value each and every voice, and look forward to hearing yours. Meet the people of TI Benefits that benefit you. We offer competitive pay and benefits designed to help you and your family live your best life. Your well-being is important to us. About TI As a global semiconductor company, we design, manufacture, test and sell analog and embedded processing chips to nearly 100,000 customers. Our products enable electronics everywhere and in things you experience every day - from health care, smart homes and connected cars to drones, smart phones and more. Our passion to create a better and more sustainable world by making electronics more affordable through semiconductors drives us to make our technology smaller, more efficient, more reliable and more affordable. About the Job The precision ADCs and amplifiers that the team develops have become a part of new energy revolution and electrification of our society - electrical automobiles, charging stations, photovoltaic inverters, wind turbines and many robots. If you want to be part of this transformation and the shift away from carbon - you should join our team. As a design engineering intern in our international and highly motivated team, you will help design and bring to market leading precision analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits with high resolution ADCs and DACs, as well as high-frequency isolated communication channels and power management DC/DCs that are able to withstand voltages over 1000V. Some of your responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to: Work with experienced mentors to design and simulate innovative and cost-effective circuit topologies Create behavioral models and verification benches in VerilogA/AMS and SystemVerilog Verify IC design using best in industry analog and mixed-signal simulation tools Collaborate, learn and share knowledge with world-wide engineering peers in various disciplines Create and closely supervise IC layout, extract parasitic components and effects. Participate in design reviews and creating the necessary design and product documentation Characterize prototypes in laboratory Put your talent to work with us as an Analog Design Engineer Intern! Minimum requirements: Completed Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or ECE Demonstrated interest in Analog IC Design with minimum one semester of Master-level lectures on the subject High average grades: 2.0 or better in Germany, 3.0 or better in US/international. Please upload the supporting transcripts Good familiarity with transistor and semiconductor technology, knowledge of Cadence design tools Preferred qualifications: Knowledge of HDL (Verilog, VerilogA) and/or digital signal processing Experience in board level analog or mixed-signal electronics (academic or extra-curricular) Strong verbal and written communication skills Ability to work in teams and collaborate effectively with people in different functions Track record of initiative and drive for results, i.e. engineering, community or other hobby projects and involvements Strong time management skills that enable on-time project delivery Our offer for you: Benefit from an attractive compensation Join an international work environment where your ideas count and where you can thrive in a diverse culture Explore a world of opportunities for your personal and professional development Texas Instruments is an equal opportunity employer and supports a diverse, inclusive work environment. If you are interested in this position, please apply to this requisition.
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