Are you a Bachelor student in Electronics with affinity with Analog/digital design and knowledge of firmware development in FPGAs? Then this internship assignment is interesting for you.
The Electrical Development Wafer Positioning group, develops the electronics for several (moving) EUV subsystems. These subsystems requires multiple data acquisition boards and sensors for measurements of position, temperature, pressure etc. Performance of the data acquisition boards and sensor interfaces are critical and are closely correlated to Wafer Stage and overall machine specifications.
You will investigate and develop hardware and firmware solutions to improve noise, accuracy and mainly the delay performance of analog inputs that are used for interfacing sensors which are critical for control loops of Wafer Stage.
Your tasks will consist of the following:
• Gather requirements for data acquisition (sampling, filtering, conditioning) and sensor interfaces;
• Investigate possible approaches and decide on an appropriate implementation strategy;
o Topology and building blocks
• Hardware design and simulation;
• Firmware implementation and simulation;
You are a Bachelor student in Electrical Engineering. You have affinity with electronics (analog/digital) design and knowledge of FW (VHDL) development in FPGAs. You have good analytical skills, can work independently and can think out of the box. You have good knowledge of English, both verbal and written.
This is a Bachelor graduation or internship assignment with a duration of 3-5 months, for 5 days a week. The start date is as soon as possible.
Please keep in mind that we can only consider students (who are enrolled at a school during the whole internship period) for our internships and graduation assignments.
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