The main focus is set on mixed signal modules like analog to digital converters, power management systems and clocking systems. For the part of verification of our products this team needs support given by a student within an internship.
Our department within Design Center Villach is developing Microcontroller solutions mainly for the automotive market. The main focus is set on mixed signal modules like analog to digital converters, power management systems and clocking systems. For the part of verification of our products this team needs support given by a student within an internship.
In this internship you are responsible for:
Furthermore you are giving feedback to the design team by checking if the design is fulfilling the specification and developing automated test solutions which are decreasing the test time.
This position is subject to the collective agreement for workers and employees in the electrical and electronics industry. The salary for this position is EUR 1.380,-- gross p.m.(full-time basis).
In general we are looking for students with the willingness to work in a challenging environment within a highly motivated international team. This specific job is suitable for students within technical studies in the field of electronic engineering.
As our ideal candidate, you offer additonally:
Please attach the following documents to your application:
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