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Internship

Digital Design Intern, Integration Systems

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Impinj

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🚀 Summer Internship

Seattle

AI generated summary

  • You must have a BS/MS in Electrical Engineering, with coursework in digital design, Verilog, FPGA synthesis, scripting languages, and IC design experience. Proficient in test equipment and strong communication skills.
  • You will work on integrating systems, collaborating with a cross-functional team, automating test capabilities, participating in IC design, and developing automation software for faster design turnaround.

Summer Internship

Design•Seattle

Description

  • As an intern in the Silicon Engineering Organization, you will have the opportunity to work with many silicon engineers on the endpoint IC product (tag). This passive electronic is responsible for responding to commands from Gen2 RFID readers using only RF modulation. You will work with digital designers, analog designers, test engineers, and systems engineers. Your project on augmenting silicon emulation prototyping for next generation silicon endpoint ICs will directly enable faster development of Gen2 extensions (Gen2+), help assist reader firmware development and improve silicon verification. This is a 3-month internship starting in June.

Requirements

  • Current BS or MS Electrical Engineering Candidate
  • 1-3 years of relevant coursework experience
  • Course work in digital design
  • Course work in RTL design of digital blocks (Verilog preferred)
  • Course work or experience with synthesizing RTL for FPGAs
  • Proficiency in a scripting language Perl, Ruby or Python
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Coursework or experience digital logic synthesis, place and route, timing analysis.
  • Experience with taping out an integrated circuit design in academia or industry.
  • Proficiency using standard test and measurement equipment including spectrum analyzers, power meters, logic analyzers, and oscilloscopes

Education requirements

Currently Studying
Bachelors
Masters

Area of Responsibilities

Design

Responsibilities

  • Work on augmenting a continuous integration system to better inform design decisions
  • Collaborate closely with a cross-functional team of digital designers, analog designers, test engineers, and systems engineers while developing tools for tag development
  • Gain experience with existing RAIN RFID readers, gateways, and ICs while automating test capabilities.
  • Participate in design of ICs that are produced in the billions.
  • Develop and augment automation software for quicker idea to design turnaround

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Location

Seattle

Benefits

  • Gain exposure to senior leadership and industry insights
  • Receive mentorship and guidance from early-career professionals
  • Build a strong professional network and connect with peers
  • Develop valuable skills through hands-on experience and interactive learning sessions
  • Access to company resources, events, and networking opportunities