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Postdoc - LHC/CERN

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Company & location
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Last updated
Oct 13, 2017

The Polytechnic School of Engineering of the University of São Paulo (EP/USP) receives registrations, until October 25th, 2017, for a post-doctorate with a scholarship from FAPESP. The offered opportunity is within the framework of the Special Research Project Development of Scientific Instrumentation for the LHC-CERN ALICE Experiment.

One post-doctoral position is open for this project. The purpose of the activities to be undertaken by the fellows is the research of new applications for the proposed ASIC of the ALICE-TPC aiming the inclusion of the technology and developed circuits in the Brazilian industry and other research centers. The adaptation of the ASIC will involve the use of the designed functional blocks IPs such as Charge Sensitive Amplifier, Shaper Semi-Gaussian and Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC).

The required profile for the candidate is:

- A recent Ph.D. degree in microelectronics in a topic related to analog design;

- Good knowledge of the English Language;

- At least 1 publication in a high quality peer reviewed microelectronic journal;

- Experience with AMS simulations (analog and mixed signal);

- Experience with analog/RF design and layout and tools;

- Excellent programming skills in Verilog-A, Matlab;

- Knowledge in optimization algorithms and their application in microelectronic circuit design is desirable and a plus;

- Experience with mixed signal circuit design and test.

- Experience with analog CMOS layout;

- Experience in electronic testing equipment’s.

The fellowship is for 24 months and the candidates must send a message to Prof. Wilhelmus Van Noije at the address noije@lsi.usp.br. Please, attach a CV that shows that it meets the required profile, and include the list of scientific and technical publications. Attach two letters of recommendation.