We are offering a one-year research fellow position specializing in microwave/mmWave device modelling.
. You are expected to be skilled in performing large-signal and small-signal measurements of GaN HEMT devices and familiar with facilities such as probe stations, VNAs, load-pull tuners, couplers, spectrum analysers, and pulsed IV systems.
. You are expected to provide technical expertise in GaN HEMT modelling, including the parameter extraction, trapping effects modelling, and thermal effects modelling. It is important to have a broad perspective on device modeling, therefore you are expected to be familiar with different existing large-signal models, including the physical models, empirical models, and ANN models.
. Proficiency in optimization methods and Python coding is required.
. Experience with power amplifier MMIC tape-out using GaN technology is expected.
. Possess a PhD Degree with a proven academic record in GaN HEMT modelling.
. Solid knowledge and abundant experience in basic device physics, on-wafer measurement skills, GaN HEMT large-signal modelling, optimization methods, and power amplifier tape-out experience.
. Proficient in the state-of-art large-signal modelling methods.
. Minimum 5-year experience in device modelling with proven track record by publications.
. Experience with CAD tools such as ADS, MATLAB, COMSOL, and Python IDE.
. Skills in technical proposal writing and presenting.
. Have strong planning, organization skills, and adherence to deadlines.
. Effective communication and teamwork skills are essential.
Department : Electrical and Computer Engineering
Employee Referral Eligible: No
Job requisition ID : 22095
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