Texas Instruments Research Engineering Internship / Master-Thesis (m/f) in Freising, Germany

Job ID 18434BR

Job Posting Title Research Engineering Internship / Master-Thesis (m/f)

Job Description Kilby Labs is looking for candidates for an internship position to

work side by side with one of our engineers on one of our R&D

projects in the area of power management.

Basic Qualifications:

  • Study of electrical engineering, preferably with the focus in integrated circuit design

  • Strong understanding of transistor-level analog, embedded,

and/or mixed-signal circuits

  • Preferably first experiences in design of switch-mode power converter

  • Familiarity with integrated circuit design environment and lab equipment

  • Good communication skills, able to effectively interact within a

team and with other teams

  • High motivation and dedication, open mind, flexibility, ready to accept


  • Very good written and spoken English skills; preferably also basic German language skills

Our Offer:

  • An attractive compensation & benefits package

  • A flexible, informal and open-minded work culture

  • A performance-oriented environment that provides great rewards for great work

  • A world of opportunities for your personal development

Job Opening Type Co-Op - New

Minimum Education Level Bachelor's Level Degree

Minimum Years of Experience 0

Regular / Temporary Temporary

Full-time / Part-time Full-Time

Country Germany

Job Location(s) Germany-Freising

Virtual / Telecommute No

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