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Four new vacancies at CITC

November 6 2020 – CITC is hiring. Have a look at the new vacancies:

– Thermal-Mechanical Simulation Engineer
Would you like to join a talented and passionate team at a new R&D center in the field of chip integration, engaging with leading industries in automotive, healthcare technology and other high-tech sectors? Then you are welcome at CITC in Nijmegen. We are currently looking for a thermal-mechanical simulation engineer to strengthen our international team. You will be working at the interface of materials science, process technology, microelectronics and packaging in a multidisciplinary research environment, together with the industry. Read more

– Integrated Photonics Program Manager
As program manager, you are responsible for the overall coordination, progress and customer alignment of all program line activities. You will have to take full ownership and are the leading person in this program line. You will lead the team of engineers that work in the program line and do most of the interaction with the customers. Also, you will work, together with our business development manager, on finding and attracting new customers to this program line. Read more

– Industrial PhD Position: Predictive reliability of Power Packages
TU Delft and CITC are jointly looking for a highly motivated PhD student 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 and strategies to predict and monitor package reliability? If YES, than contact us at CITC or TU Delft as we are looking for YOU. Read more

– Integrated Antenna Designer at TNO in The Hague
TNO is currently looking for a new colleague to fill in the position of Integrated Antenna Designer in the Radar Technology department within the Defense, Safety and Security unit of TNO. At the Radar Technology department we passionately work on technological breakthroughs for state-of-the-art RF sensor systems. TNO’s radar technology department will be collaborating closely with the new Chip Integration Technology Center (CITC) in Nijmegen. One of CITC’s program lines focusses on antenna-in-package integration, integrating multiple modules and functions within a single IC package. Read more