Take a closer look at the German Trainee Programme!
Have you (almost) completed your degree studies? Are you inspired by space exploration and keen to pursue a career in this exciting field? If so, perhaps you should take a closer look at the German Trainee Programme. Organised by DLR, it offers you the chance to work shoulder to shoulder with experts from the 20 member states of ESA - keeping your finger on the pulse of Europe‘s space programmes. Over a period up to 24 months, you will actively contribute to the latest research and/or technology projects. This is complemented by a generous scholarship. What better way to launch your career in international space business? The next GTP commences on 01.02.2015.
Perform microelectronics design and test of analogue and mixed-signal new IP cores and devices for space applications. ESA would like to finish the design of a maximum power point tracker (MPPT) new analogue IP core design (that will be then manufactured with the Atmel technology and tested), and in addition, there are a few recently manufactured mixed-signal chips that need to be functionally and electrically tested and characterised in our laboratory. These chips include Single Event Transient (SET) test vehicles, a CAN bus high voltage transceiver, ADCs, DACs and other analogue IPs, all of them manufactured with the IMEC DARE technology. Additionally the porting of these mixed-signal IP to IHP, XFAB and ST technology needs to be investigated.
Applications received until 7th September 2014 will be considered.
Look forward to a fulfilling job with an employer who appreciates your commitment and supports your personal and professional development.
Our unique infrastructure offers you a working environment in which you have unparalled scope to develop your creative ideas and accomplish your professional objectives.
Disabled applicants with equivalent qualifications will be given preferential treatment.
Duration of contract:
12 up to 24 months
Type of employment:
Strategy and International Relations
As a child she dreamt of adventures in space; as a teenager she attended space conferences; she went on to become a trainee at ESA; and today she is a...