Analog IC Design Automation Intern

The Analog Designer's Toolbox (ADT) is our flagship project, which will change the way every analog IC designer works and every analog IC design course is taught! 

Do you want to be part of ADT Team?


  B.Sc. student in Electronics Engineering.

  Solid knowledge of analog IC design fundamentals (you have at least completed this course or a similar one).

  Good knowledge of analog simulation fundamentals (completing this course is recommended).

  Good knowledge of Python (you have at least completed this course or a similar one).

  Passion for systematic analog IC design and analog IC design automation.

  Experience with the design of op-amps, LDOs and bandgaps is a plus.

  Experience in Unix/Linux environment is a plus.

  Experience with performance engineering is a plus (speeding-up execution time, efficient memory usage, etc.)

Note: This internship requires good software knowledge. Your work will require coding and scripting skills, and is not a conventional analog design internship.

Benefits and Details

  Flexible working hours.

  Work from home.

  Cash stipend for outstanding performers.

  Internship duration: 160 hours.

* Shortlisted candidates will be notified by email before 15-July.

* We currently do not support international applications.