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The Integrated Circuit Design group at the University of Twente focuses on analog and mixed-signal design. The research for this vacancy is part of a research …
The Integrated Circuit Design group at the University of Twente focuses on analog and mixed-signal design. The research for this vacancy is part of a research project in close cooperation with NXP Semiconductors.
All of today’s electronic systems require references, including voltage references, current references and frequency references. These references must operate on minimum power dissipation and need to give a maximum of accuracy over environmental or production variations (PVT) and across lifetime. To achieve absolute accuracy usually calibration is required, although due to its cost calibration must be limited to a minimum. External references such as crystals (for frequency references) are expensive, relatively bulky and therefore are preferably not used. This project aims at developing fully integrated low power, highly accurate reference circuits/systems that need to maintain high accuracy across environmental changes (PVT) and across lifetime, without requiring re-calibration. Novel and multidisciplinary approaches are probably required to satisfy the set of requirements on final performance, necessitating good knowledge of analog and mixed-signal electronics and of physics. For this project, the IC-Design group is seeking a PhD applicant who will collaborate with a second PhD student and with (leading scientists at) industry. System simulations, analog/mixed signal circuit design, IC design, physics modelling or simulation and measurements are the main parts of the PhD work. Additionally, you are expected to assist in the ICD group's teaching activities.
We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic researcher with an MSc degree in analog or mixed-signal electronics preferable with good knowledge of (semiconductor) physics. We seek candidates with good team spirit, who enjoy working in an internationally oriented environment, and who are not only good at theory but also have strong experimental skills. A good command of spoken and written English is a requirement. An interview will be part of the selection procedure. Unfortunately, due to export regulations, for this specific project we cannot hire nationalities of Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan or Syria.
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We offer a full time employment contract for the duration of 4 years. Salary and conditions will be in accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement (CAO-NU) of the Dutch Universities. The gross monthly salary starts at € 2.222,- in the first year and increases to € 2.840,- in the fourth year of employment. Additionally, the University of Twente provides excellent facilities for professional and personal development, a holiday allowance of 8% and an end of year bonus of 8.3%. A high-quality training program is part of the agreement.
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