Let us shape our digital future together!

We work with passion for cutting-edge microtechnological research: As scientists, we set ourselves challenging tasks in an interdisciplinary atmosphere. As employees in administration and technology, we provide a complex infrastructure and professional processes that our scientists can rely on. In our modern, international and dynamic environment, we offer opportunities for motivated scientists, technical service personnel and administrative staff. We provide vocational training and offer dual study programs together with the Technische Hochschule Wildau - Technical University of Applied Science Wildau. Students and pupils can also get to know us through various offers.

Our current vacancies

  • Dual Study >> click here <<

    Dual training-integrated degree course in Mechanical Engineering (B. Eng)

    Dual training-integrated degree course in Mechanical Engineering (B. Eng)

    with IHK qualification either as a microtechnologist (m/f/d) or mechatronics technician (m/f/d)

    Job-ID: 8106/23 | Abteilung: Technologie | Beginn der betrieblichen Ausbildung: 01.09.2024 | Beginn des Bachelorstudiums:1.9.2025 | Dauer ab Beginn der betrieblichen Ausbildung: 5 Jahre | Attraktive Vergütung nach TVdS-L

    Are you aiming to study engineering? Would you like to gain in-depth technical insights, experience technical contexts in practice and get to know the work in microchip research from the ground up?
    Then apply for a place on the dual study program at IHP and TH Wildau!

    Further Information in German  Online Application Form

    Dual training-integrated Bachelor's degree in Physical Technologies & Energy Systems (B. Eng)

    Dual training-integrated Bachelor's degree in Physical Technologies & Energy Systems (B. Eng)

    with IHK qualification as a microtechnologist (m/f/d)

    Job-ID: 8105/23 | Abteilung: Technologie | Beginn der betrieblichen Ausbildung: 01.09.2024 | Beginn des Bachelorstudiums:
    1.9.2025 | Dauer ab Beginn der betrieblichen Ausbildung: 5 Jahre | Attraktive Vergütung nach TVdS-L

    Are you aiming to study engineering? Would you like to gain professional insights, experience technical contexts in practice and get to know the work in microchip research from the ground up? Then apply for a place on the dual study program at IHP and TH Wildau!

    Further Information in German only    Online Application Form

  • Vocational Training >> click here <<

    IT specialist

    IT specialist (m/f/d)
    (Specialization: Application Development)


    Job ID: 8110/23 | Department: Technology | Start of training: 01.09.2024 | Duration of training: 3 years (can be shortened to 2½ years with very good performance) | Attractive remuneration according to TVA-L BBiG: Apprenticeship allowance

    Further Information in German only  Online Application Form


     

    Electronics Technician

    Electronics Technician (m/f/d)

    Job-ID: 8104/23

    Further Information in German   Online Application Form

    Microtechnologist

    Microtechnologist (m/f/d)

    Job-ID: 8103/23

    Further Information in German  Online Application Form

    Mechatronics Technician

    Mechatronics Technician (m/f/d)

    Job-ID: 8102/23

    Further Information in German  Online Application Form

    Office Management Assistants

    Office Management Assistants (m/f/d) 

    Job-ID: 8101/23

    Du bist ein Organisationstalent und behältst immer den Überblick? Dann suchen wir genau dich!

    Further Information in German only  Online Application Form

  • Administration >> click here <<

    Student assistant

    Student assistant (m/f/d) in the area of administration

    Job ID: 1043/24 | Department: Human Resources | Working hours: up to 19h/week | Duration: initially 6 months, extension planned | Starting date: As soon as possible | Salary: € 12.00 - € 17.28

    Furter Information in German only  Online Application Form

    Energy Manager

    Energy Manager

    Job-ID: 1114/23

    Further Information in German only   Online Application Form
     

    System Administrator

    IT System Administrator (m/f/d) with a Focus on Storage & Backup

    Job-ID: 1084/22

    Further Information in German only  Online Application Form

  • Circuit Design >> click here <<

    Scientist/Engineer

    Scientist/Engineer (m/f/d) High-Frequency Integrated-Circuit Characterization

    Job-ID: 5041/24 | Department: Circuit Design | Salary: as per tariff (TV-L) | Working Time: 40h/week | Limitation: initially 2 year with option of extension | Starting Date: as soon as possible

    The position:
    As a member of the research group Coverters & High-Speed Logic Circuits within the department Circuit Design you will manage, maintain and upgrade a state-of-the-art high-frequency characterization lab. Your tasks will include working on microwave, millimeter-wave and THz integrated circuit characterization and verification. You will also have the chance to participate in a dynamic research environment. The focus of your work will be on the characterization of high-frequency SiGe BiCMOS and CMOS integrated circuits. On the daily basis you will work with external partners on high-frequency test setup planning and measurement tasks. An international team including young and experienced scientist and engineers is looking forward to you. Flat hierarchies and mutual support are important to us. We see diversity of perspectives as a great advantage for our team.

    Your qualifications:

    • B.Sc., M.Sc. or Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering or Physics or comparable subject areas
    • Several years of experience in the field of millimeter-wave and/or THz integrated circuit design and/or verification
    • Familiarity with vector network analysis, spectrum analysis and time-domain measurements
    • Proficient knowledge of the English language; Knowledge of German or interest in learning the language: improvement is expected and supported by IHP
    • You are highly motivated and organized with very good experimental and theoretical skills

    Further Information  Online Application Form

    Group Leader

    Group Leader (m/f/d) in the field of High-Frequency IC Design

    Job-ID: 5042/24 | Department: Circuit Design | Salary: as per tariff TV-L | Working time: 40h/week (part-time option possible) | Limitation: initially 2 years with option of extension | Starting Date: as soon as possible

    The position:

    • Technical and disciplinary lead and responsibility for an RF- / mm-wave IC-Design research group
    • Research and Development of RF- and mm-wave frontends in BiCMOS and RF-CMOS technologies for leading-edge Communication, Radar and Sensing systems
    • Strategic development of a research group and research topics to push the state of the art within the international research community
    • Acquisition and coordination of industry- and publicfunded projects
    • Supervision of PhD students with hands-on contribution to their IC-design efforts and the publication of their results

    Your Qualifications:

    • PhD degree in the field of electrical engineering or comparable subject areas
    • Several years of experience in high-frequency analog IC design for at least one of the following broad areas of application: RF and mm-wave frontends, radar and sensing, optoelectronics
    • Experience in leadership of design teams
    • Proficient knowledge of the English language
    • Knowledge of German or interest in learning the language: improvement is expected and supported by IHP

    Further Information  Online Application Form
     

    Master Thesis: Firmware for a RRAM-based Neural Accelerator Evaluation Platform

    Master Thesis "Firmware for a RRAM-based Neural Accelerator Evaluation Platform" (m/f/d)

    Job-ID: 5097/23 | Dept.: Circuit Design | Limitation: 6 months with option of extension | Entry Date: as soon as possible
    We offer the possibility to work parallel as a student or research assistant, with a working time of max. 19h per week, remuneration according to the guidelines of the state of Brandenburg on the working conditions of research and student assistants.

    The position:

    In-Memory computing for neuromorphic edge applications is an emerging field of research which enables to outperform conventional computational architectures in terms of speed and power efficiency. IHP’s SiGe-BiCMOS technology with the RRAM back end of line option is predistened to build neural hardware accelerator ICs. Three of such neural ICs have been designed, produced and combined on a hardware evaluation platform representing the layers of an ANN architecture.
    The goal of this project is to implement a firmware on an ARM-based microcontroller to learn and infere those three cascaded ASICs. For this, peripherals of the microcontroller have to be used to adress a state-of-the-art pulsed programming unit. The software has to enable the user to program, test and measure the complete neural network application.

    Your qualifications:

    - Bachelor's degree in the field of electrical engineering
    - Good knowledge of analog and digital circuits
    - Fundamental hands-on experience in the design and simulation of integrated circuits using CAD tools (Cadence Virtuoso, Spectre) would be desirable
    - Very good English language skills.

    Further Information  Online Application Form

    PhD Position ADC Converters

    PhD Position (m/f/d) in the Field of ADC Converters

    Job-ID: 5066/23 | Department: D-CD | Salary: as per tariff (TV-L) | Working Time: 40h/week (part-time work option) |
    Limitation: initially 2 years with option of extension for three more years | Starting Date: as soon as possible

    The position:

    As a member of the research group “Converters and High-Speed Logic Circuits” within the Circuit Design department you will contribute to research in the field of analog-to-digital converters.

    You will be part of an international team within a department of scientists and engineers with a broad range of expertise areas. Flat hierarchies and mutual support are important to us. We see a diversity of perspectives as a great asset to our team and we strive for a balanced gender mix in our team.

    In this role, you will be responsible for the design and development of ADC macro cells and associated test ICs. Your tasks will vary, from circuit simulation, to layout, verification, and finally testing and evaluation of the developed ICs.

    Your qualifications:

    You hold a Master's degree in electrical engineering or a comparable study area. You have a strong background in analog IC design. You have a good knowledge of sampling theory and ADC architectures. We expect a solid experience in use of EDA tools (e.g. Matlab, IC development software, etc.). You are curious and motivated to push the current state-of-the-art limits in the area of ADC ICs. 

    You have very good communication skills and are able to work in teams. We are looking for candidates able to structure their own work and communicate their approach to others. You are an ideal match for this position if you have experimental, analytical and problem-solving skills, as well as the ability to learn quickly how to operate the latest technical equipment, including various software tools.

    It is necessary that you are able to work confidently in English. Knowledge of German is very beneficial, but not strictly necessary; IHP will support you in learning German.

    Have we sparked your interest? We look forward to receiving your application.

    Further Information  Online Application Form

  • System Architectures >> click here <<

    Research Associate

    Research Associate (m/f/d) for communications engineering and RADAR applications

    Job-ID: 3047/24 | Department: System Architectures | Salary: as per tariff (TV-L) | Working Time: 40h/week (part-time option possible) | Limitation: initially 2 years with option of extension | Starting Date: as soon as possible

    The position:
    As a member of the Fault Tolerant Computing research group within the Department of System Architectures, you will contribute to research in state-of-the-art communication technologies. Your tasks will include the development and implementation of wireless communication systems with localization and sensor functionality based on RADAR.
    Research topics include wireless communication and localization, applications for joint communication and sensing, and RADAR applications. The project work requires a certain level of management and technical coordination with other project partners.
    An international team of 10 scientists including very experienced senior researchers as well as several PhD students is looking forward to you. Flat hierarchies and mutual support are important to us. We see a diversity of perspectives as a great asset for our team. We strive for a balanced gender mix in our team.

    Your tasks:

    • Investigate and develop wireless sensor solutions for monitoring vital signs of farm animals
    • Investigate and develop communication technologies and architectures for smart livestock monitoring
    • Develop components for prototypical implementation of smart livestock monitoring
    • Experimental validation of developed components and systems

    Your qualifications:
    You hold a Master's or Bachelor's degree in computer science, electrical engineering, communications engineering, or a related field. You have some experience in wireless communication systems, localization or RADAR applications.
    Some knowledge of wave propagation and communication system architectures is an advantage. Ideally, but not required, you will have a background in experimental work and embedded systems design with wireless communications systems or RADAR. Experience with standard simulation and programming languages for embedded design such as C, Python, and MATLAB is desirable. Some experience in vital signs recording and monitoring is anadvantage.
    You will also be a strong team player. We are looking for a team member who can structure their own work and bring  a well-organized and systematic approach to working with creative minds. You will be an ideal fit for this position if you have experimental, analytical, and problem-solving skills, very strong communication skills, and the ability to quickly learn how to use the latest technical equipment, including various software. You must be fluent in English. German language skills are welcome. Further development of German language skills is expected and strongly encouraged, e.g. through in-house language courses and intensive courses.

    Further Information  Online Application Form
     

    Intern or student assistant

    Intern or student assistant position (m/f/d) for “Implementing and evaluating a development flow for FPGA ICs with IHP technology”

    Job-ID: 3026/24 | Department: System Architecture | Working Time: 19h/week | Limitation: 3-6 months | Entry Date: as soon as possible | Salary (only if student job): as per Guideline of the State of Brandenburg on the Working Conditions of Scientific and Student Assistants
     

    The position:

    As a member of the Fault Tolerant Computing group within the System Architectures department you will contribute to research into designing and implementing FPGA ICs in IHP technology with the help of open source FPGA development tools. Your detailed tasks will include:

    • The setup and testing of the OpenFPGA or FABulous framework for rapid prototyping of customizable FPGA architectures
    • The development of test circuits and smaller IPs as prototypes
    • Tape-out and testing of a sample circuit in IHP 130nm technology

    An international team of 11 researchers including very experienced senior and junior scientists as well as PhD students is looking forward to welcoming you in their team. Flat hierarchies and mutual support are important to us. We see diversity of perspectives as a great advantage for our team and strive for a balanced gender mix.

    Your qualifications:
    You hold a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Sciences or a comparable study area. You are already experienced with HDL design and FPGA programming and have a good understanding of the FPGA architecture. Ideally, but not mandatory you have experience in working with Linux and are familiar with using Makefiles and the general concept of build flows. Finally, you are also a strong team player and confidently handle the English language.

    Further Information  Online Application Form
     

    Intern or student assistant position

    Intern or student assistant position (m/f/d)  for “Visualization of data flows in prototypical implementations of B5G/6G communication systems”

    Job-ID: 3015/24 | Department: System Architecture | Working Time: 19h/week | Limitation: 3-6 months | Entry Date: as soon as possible | Salary (only if student job): as per Guideline of the State of Brandenburg on the Working Conditions of Scientific and Student Assistants
     

    The position:

    As a member of the Fault Tolerant Computing group within the System Architectures department you will contribute to research implementing the necessary protocol extensions and graphic representation software for the visualization of data flows in prototypical implementations of B5G/6G communication systems.
    Your detailed tasks will include:

    • Understanding and extending prototype systems for B5G/6G communication
    • The implementation of dedicated software for visualizing data flows in MAC-to-MAC communication

    An international team of 11 researchers including very experienced senior and junior scientists as well as PhD students is looking forward to welcoming you in their team. Flat hierarchies and mutual support are important to us. We see diversity of perspectives as a great advantage for our team and strive for a balanced gender mix.

    Your qualifications:

    You hold a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Sciences, Communication Technology, Media Informatics or a comparable study area. You have a basic understanding of communication protocols and have experience in visualizing data flows for complex systems. Finally, you are also a strong team player and confidently handle the English language.

    Further Information  Online Application Form

    Intern or student assistant position

    Intern or student assistant position (m/f/d) for “Implementing AI-based gesture recognition on FPGA”

    Job-ID: 3014/24 | Department: System Architecture | Working Time: 19h/week | Limitation: 3-6 months | Entry Date: as soon as possible | Salary (only if student job): as per Guideline of the State of Brandenburg on the Working Conditions of Scientific and Student Assistants

    The position:

    As a member of the Fault Tolerant Computing group within the System Architectures department you will contribute to research in AI-based hand gesture recognition. Building upon an existing flow with a commercial radar board, implemented data preprocessing in MATLAB and a pre-trained network model, your detailed tasks will include one or more of the following:

    • Interfacing the output of the radar board with the Zynq Ultrascale + evaluation board via PC or directly Hardware/Software co-design of the data preprocessing of the (raw) radar data targeting the ARM processing cores on a ZYNQ Ultrascale + board
    • The implementation of hardware accelerators for radar data processing on FPGA to meet timing constraints

    An international team of 11 researchers including very experienced senior and junior scientists as well as PhD students is looking forward to welcoming you in their team. Flat hierarchies and mutual support are important to us. We see diversity of perspectives as a great advantage for our team and strive for a balanced gender mix.

    Your qualifications:

    You hold a Bachelors or Master’s degree in Computer Sciences or a comparable study area. You are already experienced with the C programming language and embedded programming and have experience in HDL coding. Ideally, but not mandatory you have a good understanding of signal processing and FPGA prototyping. Finally, you are also a strong team player and confidently handle the English language.

    Further Information  Online Application Form

    Intern or student assistant position

    Intern or student assistant position (m/f/d) for “Implementing RISC-V based radar data processing platform on FPGA”

    Job-ID: 3013/24 | Department: System Architecture | Working Time: 19h/week | Limitation: 3-6 months | Entry Date: as soon as possible | Salary (only if student job): as per Guideline of the State of Brandenburg on the Working Conditions of Scientific and Student Assistants

    The position:

    As a member of the Fault Tolerant Computing group within the System Architectures department you will contribute to research into designing and implementing a radar data processing platform for automotive applications on RISCV.
    Your detailed tasks will include:

    • The evaluation and setup of a suitable RISC-V based processing platform
    • The porting of hard- and software based signal processing algorithms to the target platform
    • The final realization of the system as an FPGA-based prototype on a ZYNQ FPG

    An international team of 11 researchers including very experienced senior and junior scientists as well as PhD students is looking forward to welcoming you in their team. Flat hierarchies and mutual support are important to us. We see diversity of perspectives as a great advantage for our team and strive for a balanced gender mix.

    Your qualifications:

    You hold a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Sciences or a comparable study area. You are already experienced with the C programming language and embedded programming and have a good understanding of the RISC-V ISA. Ideally, but not mandatory you have a good understanding of signal processing and FPGA prototyping. Finally, you are also a strong team player and confidently handle the English language.

    Further Informations  Online Application Form

    Group Leader

    Group Leader (m/f/d) "Neuromorphic Hardware"

    Job-ID: 3113/23 | Department: System Architectures | Salary: as per tariff (TV-L) | Working Time: 40h/week / part-time option possible | Limitation: initially 2 years with option of extension | Starting Date: as soon as possible

    The position:

    • Research and technical lead of the research group with the focus on "Neuromorphic hardware" in  IHP-site in Cottbus
    • Strategic development of a research group and research topics enabling research results beyond state of the art, and contribution to the strategic goals of department
    • Acquisition, technical and administrative management of national and international research projects
    • Architecture development and supervising design of digital and mixed-signal neuromorphic ICs, from
    • specification, over RTL to physical design
    • Together with the department head a joint supervision of PhD students within the group
    • Habilitation degree can be pursued and will be encouraged

      
    Your qualifications:

    • PhD degree in the field of electrical engineering or computer science
    • Excellent knowledge and experience in digital and mixed-signal IC design, and corresponding flows and tools
    • Background in neuromorphic architectures and AI fundamentals is highly appreciated, but not mandatory
    • Solid research experience, demonstrated over respective publications
    • Experience in project management and industry experience is considered as an advantage but not mandatory
    • Very good English language skills

    Our Offer:
    Conduct research in a challenging, multinational environment giving you excellent career opportunities. You will have the chance to establish international reputation at the edge of top-notch technologies. An
    orientation guide will help you to quickly integrate into the institute and to familiarize yourself with the field.
    It is important to us to support the individual career developments (e.g. conferences, advanced trainings) as well as the personal needs of our employees by offering flexible working hours and the possibility to work offsite. The compatibility of work and family is highly valued. More information about our scientific excellence and the working environment at IHP can be found on our website.
    IHP is TOTAL E-QUALITY-certified for equal opportunities for women and men at work and actively pursues the equality of all gender and all groups of people. We promote the professional development of women and strongly encourage them to apply. Disabled applicants, qualified according to the above criteria, will be given preference over other candidates with equivalent relevant qualifications.

    Further advantages:
    30 days holiday | special annual payment | Company pension scheme (VBL) | Flexible working hours, also part-time (no core working hours) | Possibility to work up to 40 % independent of location according to company agreement | Parent-child room as a possibility to work with a child in case of childcare bottlenecks| A wide range of further training opportunities in-house or within the framework of business trips | Discounted company ticket with monthly allowance of € 15 for various fare zones | Good transport connections, free parking at the institute | Canteen with breakfast and lunch | On-site health services | Company family and care guides | Free, confidential counselling by an external service provider in a wide variety of challenging private or professional situations, for example on how to reconcile work and family life or in psychosocial emergencies | Structured induction and actively supported integration into the institute (welcome workshop, intercultural workshop, joint leisure activities).

    Further Information    Application Form

    Internship or student job

    Internship or student job (m/f/d) in AI-dedicated Embedded Software Development

    Job-ID: 3012/24 | Department: System Architecture | Working Time:19h/week | Limitation:  3-6 months | Entry Date: May 2024 | Paid internship or student job paid as per Guideline of the State of Brandenburg on the Working Conditions of Scientific and Student Assistants

    The position:
    As a member of the research group Fault Tolerant Computing within the department System Architecture you will contribute to research into the latest edge technologies for AI applications. Your detailed tasks will include the development and testing of embedded software for advanced AI-dedicated architectures and System-on-Chips.
    An international team of 12 researchers including very experienced senior and junior scientists as well as PhD students is looking forward to welcoming you in their team. Flat hierarchies and mutual support are important to us. We see diversity of perspectives as a great advantage for our team and strive for a balanced gender mix.

    Your Internship project:
    Within the proposed internship, it is intended to develop an end-to end software stack for IHP AI-technologies. You will be required to build an exchange solution to port Neural-Network models from mainstream Python framework to our dedicated hardware solution, as well as developing use cases and embedded applications testing the ported models to virtual and FPGA demonstrators. The internship is supported by an experienced supervisor and accompanied within the framework of a supervision agreement. We aim together for a completion within 3-6 months.

    Your qualifications:
    You hold a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or a comparable study area. You are already experienced in C/C++ and Python programming languages. Ideally, but not mandatory to have a background in Operative Systems, Computer Architectures and Embedded Software design.  Finally, you are also a strong team player and confidently handle the English language.

    Application deadline: February 1st, 2024.

    Further Information        Online Application Form

    Student Assistant

    Intern or student assistant position (m/f/d) for “Implementing and evaluating a development flow for FPGA ICs with IHP technology”

    Job-ID: 30811/22 | Department: System Architectures | Limitation: initially 6 months with the option of extension or culminating into a masters thesis | Entry Date: November 1, 2022 | We offer the possibility to work parallel as a student or research assistant, remuneration according to the guidelines of the state Brandenburg on the working conditions of research and student assistant.

    The position:

    As a member of the Fault Tolerant Computing research group within the department System Architectures you will contribute to research into designing and implementing FPGA ICs in IHP technology with the help of open source FPGA development tools. Your tasks will include the setup and testing of the OpenFPGA framework for rapid prototyping of customizable FPGA architectures. An international team of 12 scientists including very experienced senior researchers as well as several PhD students is looking forward to you. Flat hierarchies and mutual support are important to us. We see diversity of perspectives as a great advantage for our team. We strive for a balanced gender mix in our team.

    Your qualifications:

    You hold a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Sciences or a comparable study area. You are already experienced with HDL design and FPGA programming and have a good understanding of the FPGA architecture. Ideally, but not mandatory you have experience in working with Linux and are familiar with using Makefiles and the general concept of build flows.

    Our Offer:

    You have the possibility to work in a dynamic and multinational research institute for microelectronics with flexible working hours. Combine your theoretical knowledge from university with practical working experience.

    Further Information  Online Application Form

  • Technology >> click here <<

    Research Associate

    Research Associate (m/f/d) for High Frequency characterization

    Job-ID: 7022/24 | Department: Technology | Salary: as per tariff (TV-L) | Working Time: 40h/week (part-time option possible) | Limitation: initially 2 years with option of extension | Starting Date: as soon as possible

    The position:
    As a member of the research group "Electrical characterization" within the department Technology you work closely with "Process integration" group you will contribute to research advanced SiGe-technologies for mm-wave, THz and sensing applications. Your tasks will include determination of direct current and high frequency parameters of prototypes of innovative integrated devices for advanced wireless communication applications in the frequency range > 200 GHz manufactured in the IHP pilot line as well as planning and testing of process variants for the production of integrated components and their electrical on-wafer characterization with semi-automatic and automatic probing systems. An international team of more tahn 20 people is looking forward to you. Flat hierarchies and mutual support are important to us. We see diversity of perspectives as a great advantage for our team.

    Your tasks:
    1. determination of direct current and high frequency parameters of prototypes of innovative integrated devices for advanced wireless communication applications in the frequency range > 200 GHz manufactured in the IHP pilot line
    2. lanning and testing of process variants for the production of integrated components and their electrical onwafer characterization with semi-automatic and automatic probing systems
    3. preparation and presentation of the results, publication activities
    4. the IHP expressly supports the applicant's active commitment to further scientific graduation

    Your qualifications:
    ou hold a technical college or university degree (Bachelor's/Diploma/Master's) in physics, mathematics, electrical engineering, electronics, microelectronics or a comparable study area. You are already experienced with functional principles and technology of electronic components. You also have good programming skills and generally good technical understanding, prudence and practical skills in working with complex mechanical and electronic measuring systems.
    You are also a strong team player with generally good technical understanding, prudence and practical skills in working with complex mechanical and electronic measurement systems. We are looking for a team member, who is able to structure his or her own work and to bring a well-organized and systematic way of working into the cooperation with creative minds.
    You are an ideal match for this position, when you have experimental, analytical and problem-solving skills, very strong communicative skills and the ability to quickly learn how to operate the latest technical equipment including various software. It is necessary that you confidently handle the English language. Knowledge of the German language is welcome. The deepening of German language skills is expected and highly encouraged, for example in in-house language courses and intensive courses.

    Further Information  Online Application Form
     

    Test Engineer

    Test Engineer (m/f/d) for advanced rf-technologies and devices

    Job-ID: 7021/24 | Department: Technology | Salary: as per tariff (TV-L) | Working Time: 40h/week (part-time option possible) | Limitation: initially 2 years with option of extension | Starting Date: as soon as possible

    The position:
    As a member of the research group "Electrical charaterization" within the departmenttechnology you work closely with "Process Integration" and several other groups and departments you will contribute to research advanced rf-technologies and devices. An international team of more than 20 people is looking forward to you. Flat hierarchies and mutual support are important to us. We see diversity of perspectives as a great advantage for our team.

    Your tasks:
    1. planning and performing electrical on-wafer measurements on basic microelectronic structures and circuits with analog and digital components for internal and external projects
    2. evaluation and specification of test specifications
    3. preparation of feasibility studies for mixed signal on-wafer measurements of application-specific integrated circuits (ASICS) on behalf of customers
    4. planning, procurement, construction and commissioning of the necessary hardware and software components for the construction of measurement systems for analog/digital testing
    5. optimization of the hardware and software components for efficient measurement, evaluation and yield characterization
    6. presentation and documentation of results and organization of data exchange with customers

    Your qualifications:
    You hold a technical college or university degree (Bachelor's/Diploma/Master's) in electrical engineering, electronics, microelectronics or automation technology or a comparable study area. You are already experienced with programming skills, experience in programming automated measurement sequences for modular test systems,
    knowledge of RF measurement technology, on-board design and modular programming environments such as Labview is an advantage.
    You are also a strong team player with generally good technical understanding, prudence and practical skills in working with complex mechanical and electronic measurement systems. We are looking for a team member, who is able to structure his or her own work and to bring a well-organized and systematic way of working into the cooperation with creative minds.
    You are an ideal match for this position, when you have experimental, analytical and problem-solving skills, very strong communicative skills and the ability to quickly learn how to operate the latest technical equipment including various software. It is necessary that you confidently handle the English language. Knowledge of the German language is welcome. The deepening of German language skills is expected and highly encouraged, for example in in-house language courses and intensive courses.
     

    Further Information  Online Application Form

    Plant Operator

    Plant Operator (m/f/d)

    Job-ID: 6011/24 | Abteilung: Technologie/Reinraum | Gehalt: nach Tarifvertrag (TV-L) | Arbeitszeit: 40h/Woche | Befristung: zunächst 2 Jahre mit Option auf Entfristung | Eintrittsdatum: ab sofort

    Further Information in German only  Online Application Form
     

    Engineer/Physicist for FIB-REM analytics

    Engineer/physicist (m/f/d) for FIB-REM analytics

    Job ID: 7079/23 | Department: D-T | Salary: according to collective agreement (TV-L) | Working hours: 40h/week (with part-time option) | Fixed term: initially 2 years; with option to extend | Starting date: as soon as possible

    The position:
    As a member of the research group Material Analysis & Metrology within the department Technology you will contribute to Analysis of Si wafers using a dual-beam system consisting of a fine-focused ion beam (FIB) and a scanning electron microscope (SEM). Your tasks will include:

    • Preparation of FIB cross-sections
    • Preparation of lamella for transmission electron spectroscopy (TEM) analysis
    • Energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy analysis (EDX)
    • Circuit modification
    • Nanopatterning
    • Research planning and evaluation of results together with IHP scientists and external partners in the field of materials research or semiconductor technologies
    • Documentation of measurement and analysis results in reports and presentations
    • Participation to the elaboration of scientific publications
    • Benchmarking on current analysis methods
    • Procurement of equipment and spare parts

    Your qualifications:
    You hold a degree in physics or microelectronics with background in semiconductors, physics or electrical engineering. You are already experienced in working with FIB-SEM systems and also have professional experience in the field of physical analysis of wafers. You have knowledge of working with high vacuum systems, structure and function of integrated circuits. Knowledge of processes for the production of semiconductor components is an advantage. Additionally you have skillful communication with internal and external partners.
    We are looking for a team member with the ability to quickly learn how to operate the latest technical equipment including various software. Experience in electrical characterization is an advantage.
    You are also a strong team player. We are looking for a team member, who is able to structure his or her own work and to bring a well-organized and systematic way of working into the cooperation with creative minds.
    You are an ideal match for this position, when you have experimental, analytical and problem-solving skills, very strong communicative skills and the ability to quickly learn how to operate the latest technical equipment including various software. It is necessary that you confidently handle the English language. Knowledge of the German language is welcome.

    Further Information  Online Application Form

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    PhD position

    PhD position (m/f/d) for the investigation of structural, optical, and thermal properties of SiGeSn alloys and their heterostructures

    Job-ID: 0052/24 | Department: Materials Research | Salary: as per tariff (TV-L) | Working Time: 40h/week with part-time option | Limitation: initially 2 years with option of extension | Starting Date: as soon as possible

    The position:
    As a PhD student and member of the research group "Semiconductor Optoelectronics" within the department "Materials Research" you will contribute to the field of group IV semiconductor integration into state-of-the-art CMOS technology.
    Your tasks will include the experimental analysis of elemental semiconductor alloys and heterostructures using optical spectroscopy and cryogenic systems. An international team of scientists, including very experienced scientists as well as several PhD students, is looking forward to welcoming you and working with you. We see a diversity of perspectives as a great asset to the research team, and we are happy to have a balanced gender mix in our group.

    Your PhD project:
    The project at IHP aims at the development of a new material system for on-chip thermoelectric conversion at temperatures in the range of 0-100 C. The project includes an extensive material characterization activity, which would allow to evaluate the potential of SiGeSn heterostructures as a multifunctional material for opto-thermoelectronic integration, as well as the fabrication of prototype devices for the demonstration of thermoelectric power generation. A strong interaction with the project leader, the laboratory leaders and the partners of the project consortium is foreseen.

    Your qualifications:
    You have a Master's degree in condensed matter physics, semiconductor devices, materials science, or a related field. You have experience in optical spectroscopy (including micro-Raman, micro-photoluminescence) and/or scanning probe microscopy and data analysis (Python, Matlab, Origin). Ideally, you will have a background in semiconductor materials characterization (including e.g. X-ray diffraction/reflection, electron microscopy).
    We need you to be a strong team player, able to effectively plan and execute your own work, and to work in an organized manner with other creative minds. You will be ideally suited for this position if you have experimental, analytical and problem-solving skills, very strong communication skills, the ability to quickly learn how to use the latest technical equipment including various software, and most importantly, if you are an independent thinker.
    As IHP is an international research center, it is necessary that you are fluent in English. German language skills are welcome. The improvement of German language skills is expected and strongly encouraged, e.g. through in-house language courses and intensive courses.

    Further Information  Online Application Form
     

    PhD position

    PhD position (m/f/d) for the electrical properties of graphene for the realization of advanced opto-electronic devices

    Job-ID: 0041/24 | Department: Material Research | Salary: as per tariff (TV-L) | Working Time: 40h/week (part-time work option) | Limitation: initially 2 years with option of extension for three more years | Starting Date: as soon as possible

    The position:
    As a member of the 2D Materials group within the department of Materials Research, you will contribute to the latest research on graphene at IHP. Your tasks will include advanced electrical characterization of simple and complex graphene-based devices (TLMs, Kelvin, Hall Bars, GFETs etc.) aiming at understanding the effect of fabrication variations/graphene growth conditions/annealing on various properties of Graphene (Mobility, sheet resistance, contact resistance, doping, etc.).
    You will analyze experimental data and present the results to international communities. An international team composed by very experienced scientists, postdocs and PhD students is looking forward to you. Flat hierarchies and mutual support are important to us. We value diversity of perspectives and strive for a balanced gender mix in our team.

    Your PhD project:
    The PhD degree could be obtained within this work and will be supported by an experienced supervisor. The PhD thesis in the field of graphene devices will focus on understanding the electrical characteristics (Rc, Rs, mobility etc.) of graphene devices. The candidate will be involved in the general processing steps of graphene devices as well as in the characterization of the samples using different techniques. Special emphasis will be given to the I-V and C-V measurements with manual and automated semiconductor analyzing systems. We aim together for a completion within 3-4 years.

    Your qualifications:
    You hold a Master’s degree in Physics, Material Science, Electrical Engineering or a related field. You have a good knowledge of the physics of semiconductor devices, two-dimensional materials with a focus on graphene and its properties (contact resistance, mobility, etc.). Ideally, you have hands-on experience in electrical characterization of devices using semiconductor analysis systems. You are an ideal match for this position, when you have experimental, analytical and problem-solving skills, very strong communicative skills and the ability to quickly learn how to operate
    the latest technical equipment including various software.
    You are also a strong team player. We are looking for a team member, who is able to structure his or her own work and to bring a well-organized and systematic way of working into the cooperation with creative minds. It is necessary that you confidently handle the English language. Knowledge of the German language is welcome. The deepening of German language skills is expected and highly encouraged, for example in in-house language courses and intensive courses.

    Further Information  Online Application Form
     

     

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    Key Account Manager

    Key Account Manager (m/f/d)

    IHP Solutions GmbH is a fully owned subsidiary of IHP – Leibniz Institute for High Performance Microelectronics. IHP Solutions is responsible for the transfer of know-how and IP from IHP to industrial partners. A strong focus lies in supporting customers in using the IHP SiGe-technology to design and produce their own customer-specific ASICs at IHP’s small volume foundry.
    IHP Solutions is looking for a motivated Key Account Manager, who will establish strategic relationships and perform business with key customers and prospects mainly in the European market.

    The main responsibilities with this position are:

    • Customer Management & Sales for Foundry Services (MPW, Engineering Runs, etc.), IP Blocks, and ASICs
    • Identify key target customers and partners
    • Strategic development of business relationships with key customers
    • Lead of technology transfer and IP-development projects in close collaboration with the research teams of the IHP - Leibniz Institute and strategic partners
    • Development of market analysis, go-to-market strategies, and other related documents for selected IPs and technology platforms
    • Representing the company at tradeshows and technical conferences

    The successful candidate possesses the following skills and experience:

    • University degree in Engineering or Technical Sciences
    • Sales oriented qualification or experience in the field of applied science or research in micro-electronics
    • Significant background in relevant fields (microelectronics, semiconductor technology etc.) is required
    • Industry experience is highly beneficial - especially in semiconductor industry, foundry business, telecommunication etc.
    • Project management skills
    • Very good communication skills
    • Fluency in English and German is mandatory

    IHP Solutions GmbH offers a permanent position in a multi-national and exciting work environment with a high level of flexibility and responsibility. The Technologiepark in Frankfurt (Oder) is ideally connected by public transport and can be reached from Berlin within roughly one hour.
    Please send your complete application including motivation letter with your salary expectations and earliest possible start date, CV, and copies of relevant certificates to:

    IHP Solutions GmbH
    Im Technologiepark 7
    15236 Frankfurt (Oder)
    Telefon: +49 335 5625 822
    Email: career@ihp-solutions.com
    www.ihp-solutions.com
     

     

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