Vacancies at BE

Postdoc Tiny smart e-nose for fine-grid early detection of crop infestation - functionalization

Postdoc

Tiny smart e-noses, embedded in CMOS, have the potential to cause a paradigm shift. Let's make it happen!

Postdoc Low-power Embedded Smart Multi-sensor Platform

Postdoc

"What can be sensed by CMOS will be sensed by CMOS." If you subscribe to this vision, let's make it happen!

PhD position in Mixed-Signal IC Design for Battery-Free Wearables

PhD student

Design the next generation of battery-free wearable systems for continuous monitoring of feature-rich vitals.

ASIC / IC design flow support engineer trainee

Technician

In the role of an ASIC / IC design flow support engineer at the Department of Microelectronics of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science of Delft University of Technology, you will be actively supporting students and university staff with the implementation of state-of-the-art electronic circuits and systems as integrated circuits. The department operates at the forefront of research related to: (5G) communication, (car) radars, smart (bio) sensors, bioelectronics, and analogue / digital / mixed-signal (VLSI) circuits. These circuits are typically conceived and implemented in advanced IC technology nodes.

(Senior) Cadence/PCB Design Engineer

Technician

In the role of design flow support engineer, you will be actively supporting students and university staff with the implementation of state-of-the-art electronic integrated circuits and systems for (5G) communication, (car) radars, smart (bio) sensors, bioelectronics, and analogue / digital / mixed-signal (VLSI) circuits. These circuits are typically conceived and implemented in the most advanced IC technology nodes.

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Post-Doc Position: Analog Integrated Circuit Design for Ultrasonically Powered Neural Stimulators

Postdoc

The Delft University of Technology is offering a position for a talented and highly motivated Post-Doc in the field of analog integrated circuit design for active medical implants, on the topic of ultrasonically powered neural stimulators. This research position is funded for 3 years and is attached to the ECSEL Joint Undertaking Moore4Medicalproject, which will officially be launched in June 2020. The project aims to bring together industry, research institutes and academia in the development of the next generation of implantable devices. We are seeking a highly qualified and motivated candidate interested in designing, implementing and characterizing analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits that are powered by ultrasound and are able to efficiently electrically stimulate neural tissue.