Open Positions

The Microelectronics Design Center of the Department of Information Technologies and Electrical Engineering (D-ITET) provides researchers and students of ETH Zürich professional support to help them design electronic systems for their projects. This includes consulting, project planning, reviewing of active projects as well as active participation in projects. To fill a vacancy starting 1 September 2017 we are looking for a

Embedded Systems Design Specialist

Your main responsibilities will be advising and helping researchers and students to specify, design, validate and characterize state-of-the art embedded systems for a broad spectrum of applications, including: instrumentation, Internet of Things (IoT) and wearable applications, bio-signal processing, long-term monitoring and logging, wireless sensor networks, telecommunication, and digital signal processing for audio and video signals. As part of a team that supports research and teaching at ETHZ, you will often be asked to find solutions for systems that push the limits of what can be done with off the shelf components. You will also be asked to help researchers and students to find suitable solutions making use of embedded microcontrollers, programmable multi-core systems-on-chip, power subsystems, energy harvesters, analog to digital and digital to analog converters, communication modules and field-programmable gate array solutions that are available today. We expect you also to deliver focused training modules and practical lab sessions to students and researchers on these topics.

We are looking for candidates who have experience in designing state-of-the-art embedded systems for a variety of applications, are motivated to work in an environment where creative technical problem solving is needed to support researchers and students. Given the level and breadth of technical challenges to be addressed, a PhD degree in Electrical or Computer Engineering would be preferred. The candidates should have 5+ years experience (in industry or qualified research institutions) in programming modern microcontroller systems, data converters, PCB and system design as well as FPGA based systems. A good command of written and spoken English is necessary for technical interaction in a multi-cultural environment. Experience in organizing technical training courses and laboratory activities at an undergraduate level is highly desirable.

We look forward to receiving your online application including a letter of motivation, CV, diplomas and certificates of employment until July 31, 2017. Please address your application to Maja Bügler, Human Resources. Please note that we exclusively accept applications submitted through our online application portal. Applications via email or postal services will not be considered.

Please use the online application from the official announcement page

https://apply.refline.ch/845721/5438/pub/1/index.html


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