Vacancy Integrated Antenna Designer
The world we live in has many social challenges. Improving healthcare, renewable energy transition, make the world a safer place. Package and integration development for chips is the key to global innovation. TNO currently has a vacancy for an Integrated Antenna Designer.
Vacancy Integrated Antenna Designer at TNO in The Hague
Do you want to make an impact while working with passionate and committed colleagues? Do you get excited about working on technology breakthroughs for state-of-the-art RF sensor systems? This is your chance!
Are you one of the best academic graduates who recently obtained a Master of Science or a PhD in electrical engineering with focus on electromagnetic modeling and simulation and antenna design? Are you up to being challenged in an environment that is among the top in the world? Are you excited at the prospect of working with experienced colleagues on the development, design and testing of cutting edge of integrated antenna and component solutions? If so, we offer a stimulating environment with world-renowned experts and career opportunities that match what you do best – today and in the future.
We are 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.
As Integrated Antenna Designer you’ll be designing novel antennas, antenna feeding structures and (passive) microwave components, typically in the frequency range of 1 GHz to 40 GHz, that are closely integrated with other microwave (Integrated Circuit) components. Examples of antennas and components you will be contributing to include antenna solutions integrated within an IC package, phased array type antennas, leaky lens antennas, (integrated) filters, diplexers, etc. Such antennas and components target next generation radar systems, communication systems and scientific instrumentation.
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. The candidate selected for this vacancy will be interacting closely with the CITC and contributing to this program line, and will be partly based in Nijmegen.