Analog and RF IC Designer

At imec, RF IC Design

Project Description


Your Tasks

  • Architect and implement ultra-low power transceiver SoCs including innovative methods and circuits. 
  • Take the lead in the design of multi-disciplinary aspects like the implementation of mixed-signal system loops such as AGC and CFO and other calibration loops.
  • Design state-of-the-art innovative circuits as part of an ultra-low power wireless system.
  • Together with the team, create new ideas and/or new technical methods based on your solid technical experience. 
  • Contribute to the vision for the evolution of ULP transceivers over the next years.
  • Take the lead in the interaction with external partners and towards new prospects as part of the technical support.
  • Coach the (junior members of the) RF IC design team in order to grow the talent, the quality of the work and the innovation.


Your Profile

  • Master's degree Or PhD degree in Electronic Engineering.
  • 7-15 years of experience in RF and Analog IC Design (ideally to include for wireless products).
  • Experience of working in multi-disciplinary design teams.
  • Solid understanding of transistors, circuits, architectures and control loops, knowledge on signal integrity.
  • Excellent knowledge of transceiver architectures and state-of-the-art in low power transceiver design.
  • Experience of coaching junior designers and talents to impact the team's way-of-working.
  • Brings in technical experience but also new methods with significant impact on the projects and the teams.
  • Able to define and implement next generation, best-in-class transceivers, based on your new ideas and your experience.
  • Relevant experience:
    • TSMC 40/28nm CMOS;
    • Cadence IC6;
  • Experience with transferring research results to production.
  • Good communication and writing skills in English.
  • Strong sense of responsibility for team's success.


For all inquiries, please contact:

Ms Najat Loiazizi, HR specialist

Telephone number: +31 (0)40 40 20 675


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