Intern - Analog Design
FreeScale Semiconductor - Detroit, MI

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Freescale Semiconductor is the global leader in embedded processing solutions, supporting the automotive, consumer, industrial and networking markets. From microprocessors and microcontrollers to sensors, analog ICs and connectivity — our vital technologies are the foundation to the innovations that make our world greener, safer, healthier and more connected. For more than 50 years, Freescale has played an essential role in the evolution of embedded solutions, and we want you to be a part of our next half-century. Freescale is committed to attracting great people of all styles, thoughts, cultures and backgrounds. We are driven by a culture of ownership, teamwork, and results — an engagement worldwide of more than 20,000 employees.

Freescale’s AMPD (Analog Mixed-Signal & Power Division) designs and produces high performance ICs for automotive applications and for consumer power management. Our ICs are in electric vehicles, airbag systems,




s and engine and powertrain control. Our SMARTMOS technologies allow us to integrate intelligent actuator drivers, communication links, diagnostics and fault detection, and sophisticated power management and protection supporting our microcontrollers. Our leading edge ICs are used by all major vehicle manufacturers in extremely high volumes.

With major design centers in Tempe (Arizona), Detroit (Michigan), Toulouse (France) and Moscow (Russia) we cooperate internally to develop products working with customers globally.

Scope of Responsibilities/Expectations

Working in association with senior design engineers, conduct analytical studies on engineering proposals to develop design for electronic components, products and systems for automotive, analog and digital semiconductor, and other high-tech electronics applications using Cadence and SPICE.


VLSI design

Analysis and Design of Analog integrated circuits

Bipolar and MOS transistor

Linear circuit design

Tool – MS office, Unix, Linux, Cadence, Spice, Analog Artist, Spectre, VerilogA

Will only consider candidates currently living in Michigan.



Candidate will need to be a student of BS/MS degree in electrical engineering.

Must have good interest and leaning motivation in analog circuit design theory and device physics.

A good understanding of MOSFET and Bipolar Junction Transistor mechanism and theory is required of the successful candidate.

Familiarity with and ability to operate lab equipments such as oscilloscope, pulse/function generator, semiconductor parameter analyzer will be plus.

Must have effective interpersonal skills and ability to interact effectively with technical people.

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Freescale Semiconductor Holdings I, Ltd. (Freescale) is engaged in the design and manufacture of embedded processors. In addition to its...