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The Microelectronics Group at Draper consists of about a dozen motivated engineers developing analog, mixed-signal, and RF application-specific integrated circuits (ASIC). We enjoy the challenge of designing integrated circuits from the ground up for challenging environments and unique applications – from outer space to inside the human body. We are looking for an active circuit designer capable of specifying and architecting complex integrated circuits, leading design teams from concept through tapeout, and serving as a primary technical interface to customers/sponsors.
Comprehensive understanding of transistor-level architecture for one or more of the following:
Other Desirable Skills:
MS or PhD with 15+ years of experience designing integrated circuits
Applicants selected for this position will be required to obtain and maintain a U.S. Security Clearance