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Summary of Key Duties & Responsibilities
Supervised design of transistor level electronic circuits using Cadence IC6 design tools
Schematic entry and simulation
The layout of circuits along with verification checks
Simulation of layouts including extracted parasitic elements
The presentation of design work for review by members of the ASIC Design Group.
In order to apply for this role you must have:
Are in full time education at university and returning to university following the placement
The right to live and work in the UK for the duration of the placement
A knowledge and understanding of basic analogue circuit theory
A knowledge and understanding of basic digital circuit theory
Ability to apply basic electronics knowledge to more complex situations.
A basic knowledge and understanding of Verilog or VHDL
A good general awareness of modern microelectronics technologies and practices
Experience of using design software for Microelectronics (such as Cadence)
Experience of transistor level design of analogue circuits (Labs/project).