IC Resources Ltd

Senior R&D Engineer for GaN Device Applications

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29 Jun 2017
27 Jul 2017
Stuart Bennett
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Full Time
Salary: Excellent### - Belgium

Senior R&D Engineer for GaN Device Applications

An exciting opportunity based in Belgium has become available for a Senior R&D Engineer to focus on GaN Device Applications. This is an exciting opportunity to work for a world leader in Semiconductor Technologies whose main focus is on IGBT's and MOSFET's.

The Senior R&D Engineer will be responsible for the research, development and deployment of new GaN technologies and devices by studying their usage in various applications. This will be done through device system simulations and characterizing state-of-the-art application building blocks and demonstrators.

The role will also involve the development, build and operation of diagnostic systems for real life GaN component testing as well as development of basic demonstrators, typically being a building block of larger systems like Boost, PFC and DC-DC Converters.

The successful candidate will have a relevant degree in Electronics as well as a proven background in the following:

*Knowledge of recent advances (topologies, switching techniques).
*Skills in Spice simulation, Analog design, PCB design, driving techniques.
*Knowledge of state-of-the art magnetics, RF notions, GaN device physics and EMI/EMC considerations.

If this sounds like something of interest and you would like more information, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Keywords: GaN, IGBT's, MOSFETS, DC-DC, PFC, Galium Nitride.

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