CITC organizes, in close cooperation with companies and educational institutes, targeted education and training for young talent by offering internship and graduation assignments. We offer assignments for several levels of education: Middle-level applied education, Higher-level applied education, Research universities (MBO, HBO, WO). Education and training is needed to secure the future of the Semiconductor Industry in Europe. By providing a connection between education and industry, CITC enables a flow of properly trained and skilled students that fit the needs of the industry.
Did you know…
- The chip package shown on the right is in real 2 by 2 cm
- All cars contain chips from Nijmegen
- 50% of the mobile calls are made via a chip that was developed in Nijmegen
- There are chips that contain more than 2 trillion transistors (2.000.000.000.000)
Learn more about new chip packaging technologies in an internship at our innovation center. Have a look at the opportunities below.
Currently we have the following internship assignments for students:
– Student project: Software interface for predictive reliability of Power Packages
Goal of this student project is to design a user friendly software interface allowing to seamlessly communicate to a CITC test platform placed in TMCL oven and external power control and measurement hardware. You are a highly motivated and enthusiastic student in computer science, mechanical engineering, material science or (applied) physics. You have good communication skills in English and you are independent, but also a team player. This internship has a duration of max. 9 months. Read more
– Internship/ graduation assignment: Antenna design and simulations for Antenna-in-Package applications
You are a highly motivated and enthusiastic student from electrical engineering or applied physics with an affinity for electromagnetic simulations. You have good communication skills in English and you are independent, but also a team player. You are interested in performing electromagnetic simulations of innovative RF and antenna systems and in learning about manufacturing technologies for electronics packaging. This internship/ graduation assignment has a duration of 3-9 months. Read more
– Open sollicitation for an internship at CITC
Are you a highly motivated and enthusiastic student in one of the following fields: Electric engineering, Mechanical engineering, Applied physics or Material science? Are you willing to work in the field of semiconductor packaging in a highly dynamic environment on the crossroad of academia and industry? Are you interested in developing novel semiconductor packaging concepts? If YES, then contact us at CITC for an internship assignment as we might be looking for YOU. Read more
Together with universities and companies we work on innovative chip technologies that enable electrical cars to drive even further, mobile data to be even faster and devices to consume even less power.
Are you looking for a graduation assignment, for example in the area of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry or Business? Send us an email to discuss your ideas.