Texas Instruments Bachelor Thesis (m/f) - Kilby Lab in Freising, Germany
Job ID 23136BR
Job Posting Title Bachelor Thesis (m/f) - Kilby Lab
Job Description Background:
TI is planning to design strain sensors which will be used for detecting and quantifying mechanical stress of silicon chips. These sensors will be based on structures and circuitry already being developed in European headquarters in Freising.
The Kilby Lab in Freising – TI’s research department – is looking for a Bachelor student who is interested to work on his thesis in collaboration between the university and Texas Instruments. The goal of the Bachelor thesis is to gain valuable information from a test chip for a first generation realization of strain detection by measuring, characterizing and analyzing the existing test chip dependent on temperature, strain and other parameters.
The work packages include:
• Set-up system for strain dependent measurements
• Characterizing systematically all different devices with DC measurement techniques
• Proposing variations for 1st generation of strain compensating chip considering
o Project specifications
• Good analytical skills
• Basic knowledge of electronic device physics (required)
• Knowledge of DC measurement techniques (required)
• Knowledge of strain impact on semiconductors (advantageous)
• Ability to work independently and self-driven.
• Immediate collaboration in a scientific research topic in an industrial research lab
• Develop your analytical skills in a leading semiconductor manufacturers lab
• A flexible, informal and open-minded work culture
• An attractive compensation & benefits package
• A world of opportunities for your personal development
Job Opening Type Co-Op - New
Minimum Education Level Not Indicated
Related Field(s) of Study
Electrical & Computer Engineer
Solid State Physics
Minimum Years of Experience 0
Regular / Temporary Temporary
Full-time / Part-time Full-Time
Job Location(s) Germany-Freising
Virtual / Telecommute No
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