Systems Engineer Intern

Company Name:
Texas Instrutments
In our fast-paced, dynamic environment you'll have the opportunity to work on advanced platforms and cutting-edge technology. And, you'll never be bored because you'll work with bright minds around the globe on the next big thing. We're powered by a passion to innovate a better world through technology.
In this system engineering intern role, you'll have the chance to:
o Develop advanced analog and digital chips and system products from concept to mass production.
o Complete advanced high speed IC design cycles and participate in a variety of system design activities.
o Interface directly with TI business units and customers to define product roadmaps.
o Assess and negotiate IC development tradeoffs with design teams and customers.
o Evaluate silicon systems (hardware and software) and related documentation.
o Gather user requirements, translate them to functional specifications, and implement solutions and enhancement projects.
o Provide complete documentation for each development lifecycle step.
o Perform troubleshooting and debugging on issues related to the system.
The ideal candidate should be pursuing a graduate degree, preferably in electrical engineering or computer engineering with a minimum GPA of 3.0/4.0. Understanding of and experience with system design, including writing IC design specifications, developing algorithms and creating system reference models, are required. Knowledge in structured and/or object oriented programming (C, C++) and signal processing tools (Matlab) is also needed. Strong communication, teamwork and collaboration skills are a must.
Texas Instruments is an equal opportunity employer and supports a diverse, inclusive work environment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.
Job Opening Type
Co-Op - New
Minimum Education Level
Bachelor's Level Degree
Related Field(s) of Study
Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Electrical & Computer Engineer
Minimum Years of Experience
Regular / Temporary
Full-time / Part-time
United States
Job Location(s)
Virtual / Telecommute

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