Swabian Instruments is a rapidly growing high-tech start-up from Stuttgart (Germany) that is developing world leading FPGA based time-to-digital converters (TDCs) with a timing jitter down to 2.7 ps. Among its customers are top research institutions worldwide, such as MIT, NASA, Harvard University, University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, and Max-Planck-Institutes. In 2019 the team was a finalist of Germany’s most important entrepreneur award, the Deutscher Gründerpreis. The University of Stuttgart is constantly ranked among the best universities within electrical engineering in Germany. The Institute of Smart Sensors (IIS) lead by Prof. Jens Anders is positioned notably within the Center for Integrated Quantum Science and Technology (IQST). The IIS specializes on the development of control and measurement electronics with a focus on digital phase-locked-loops (PLL) and time-to-digital converters. All of these traits make Swabian Instruments and the IIS a top-class research employer.
The R&D team at Swabian Instruments aims at casting its unique knowledge in FPGA based TDC design into a cutting edge TDC ASIC and take the lead in terms of timing resolution and linearity. We are looking for outstanding electrical engineers (MSc) to become part of this endeavor as PhD students with us in collaboration with the Institute of Smart Sensors of the University of Stuttgart. We offer you a research position with a challenging mission statement and the possibility to become a key person in Swabian Instruments’ emerging ASIC design team.
Are you the one? Contact us by phone or submit your application by email today!
Your contact: Marlene Pfisterer, +49 711 400 479 91, email@example.com
For technical questions: Markus Wick (CTO), +49 711 400 479 92
|Titel||PhD position (m/f/d) on high-speed mixed signal IC design for sub picosecond jitter TDCs|
|Job location||Swabian Instruments GmbH, Stammheimer Str. 41, 70435 Stuttgart|
|Gepubliceerd||november 12, 2019|
|Vakgebieden||Communicatietechniek,   Elektrotechniek,   Signaalverwerking,   Electronica  |