Technische Universität Berlin - Faculty IV - FG Mixed Signal Circuit Design
3 positions - Research Assistant - salary grade E13 TV-L Berliner Hochschulen -
under the reserve that funds are granted; part-time employment may be possible
The Chair of Mixed Signal Circuit Design at the Technische Universität Berlin is looking for three innovate research scientists who are interested in preforming research in the field of ultra-high speed CMOS circuit design for future wireless communication systems. The positions are funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) as part of the “6G-Forschungs-Hubs; Plattform für zukünftige Kommunikationstechnologien und 6G” initiative.
The Chair of Mixed Signal Circuit Design is looking for candidates holding a Master’s degree (preferably in the EE field or optionally CE degree) who can think out of the box and strive for a PhD degree in a sophisticated communication research area.
Research topics of the Chair of Mixed Signal Circuit Design are largely centered around the design of innovative ultra-low-power and high-speed analog & mixed signal circuits and systems. Of particular interests are ultra-wideband RF and mm-Wave circuits, high-speed CMOS data conversion techniques up to 100GS/s and clock generation systems with an emphasis on energy efficiency as well as silicon area / cost reduction, mixed and digital signal error- and mismatch estimation algorithms, (self)-adaptive calibration techniques as well as highly scalable ML/AI/DSP-based design techniques implemented in standard CMOS processes.
Self-driven research in the field of either integrated high-speed analog, RF, mm-Wave circuits
and system design or in the field of digital and mixed-signal CMOS circuit design for future 6G
Implement and characterize your implemented high-speed CMOS ICs using the newest
Internationally publish research results
If desired, support the institute during lectures as well as write research proposals
PhD thesis preparation is possible
Successfully completed scientific university degree (Master, Diplom or equivalent) in electrical or computer engineering or physics
Expertise in the field of analog/RF/mm-Wave circuit design, Deep sub-nm CMOS technology or digital and mixed-signal circuit design
Expertise in the field of high-speed CMOS design, LNAs, Mixers, PAs and data converters is a plus
Expertise in the design flow covering schematic design, simulation and layout
Expertise in ADCs, such as CT incremental sigma-delta ADC is a plus
Expertise: Design of all-digital fractional-n PLLs is a plus
Background in signal processing and communication theory is a plus
Enthusiastic, energetic, and team oriented personality
Self-driven with good communication skills in German and English
Challenging research project funded by the BMBF (6G Research and Innovation Cluster
(6G RIC) Offene und sichere 6G-Technologien)
Close collaboration with other research facilities and leading industry
Internationally renowned and motivated team
Institute is located in the heart of Germanys' capital not far from the Brandenburg Gate
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Technische Universität Berlin - Der Präsident -, Fakultät IV, Elektrotechnik und Informatik, Institut für Technische Informatik und Mikroelektrotechnik, FG Mixed Signal Circuit Design, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gerfers, Sekr. EN 4, Einsteinufer 17, 10587 Berlin