PhD Candidates and PostDocs in Microelectronics and Integrated Circuit Design, the University of Ulm [Germany]

The Institute of Microelectronics at the University of Ulm, Germany, offers scholarships for PhD Candidates and PostDocs in Microelectronics and Integrated Circuit Design
The positions are limited in time for 3 years with the possibility of an extension.


Our research focus is in the design and development of low power, analog and mixed-signal CMOS circuits for applications in medical engineering, sensor- and communication techniques. A/D-converters, implantable interface electronics for biomedical applications as well as reconfigurable and self-correcting circuits are currently main research areas.
The current vacancies cover CMOS mixed-signal Circuit Design for Field Programmable Analog Arrays or Neural Stimulators & Recorders.

The Institute of Microelectronics is equipped with a variety of high-end, commercial IC development CAD tools, a modern computer-infrastructure and a laboratory with measurement equipment for analog and digital circuit design. We offer an interesting, independent and varied working assignment in a young, highly motivated team and you will have the chance to realise new ideas and to work in cooperation with leading European and American project partners.

We expect motivation in scientific work and willingness to cope with demanding challenges. Participation in teaching and in industrial projects may be part of your work. An excellent MS in Electrical Engineering, Physics or related studies, very good knowledge of analog microelectronics, circuit design and control theory and being fluent in spoken and written English are required.

Questions and application (including CV, transcripts and academic record) to be send to:

Prof. Maurits Ortmanns
Institute of Microelectronics
University of Ulm
Albert-Einstein-Allee 43
89081 Ulm, Germany
in.application_aem[ at ]uni-ulm.de

http://www.uni-ulm.de/mikro

The University of Ulm aspires to increase the quota of women and so we especially call for qualified women to apply.