Archive for January, 2012
Caeleste is looking for a Professional Analog Designer
As a project leader, you will lead the design of novel CMOS image sensors. You have the feeling for the challenges associated with mixed mode analog-digital design. You will be in intense interaction with your peer technical experts. You will have significant responsibility and autonomy in the team. Your tasks include a broad scope ranging from image sensor design and evaluation, research on better circuits and topologies, design methodologies, design correctness and verification, project management, travelling and partner interaction and project management.
- 5+ years of relevant experience in analog, mixed mode or imager development
- Demonstrated experience as a design lead for complex analog or mixed-signal chips
- Good background in analog electronics, and over-the-wall interest in physics and sciences
- MS in Electronics Engineering or equivalent by experience or vocation
- Creativity, analytical mind and problem solving skills
- Good communication skills in writing, presenting and customer interaction
- Solidar teamplayer who assumes the project management
Additional skills that are of interest
- Experience in image sensor design, i-SoC, testing, camera or instrument design
- Experience with management of IC development projects
- Background in Silicon processing
- Background in Optics and solid-state physics
For all your questions, please contactPatrick Henckes, CEO email@example.com Caeleste CVBA Generaal Capiaumontstraat 11 2600 Antwerpen
+32 3 3361675
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Caeleste successfully designed and tested a SPAD (single photon avalanche diode) photon counting image sensor. After a first successful demonstration with hybrid avalanche photodiode, Caeleste introduces integrated, compact pixels with avalanche photodiodes, allowing large resolution image sensor with single photon detection capabilities in the visible spectrum range. The demonstrated array has 32×32 pixels on a 30µm pitch, in TSMC 0.18µm technology. Several SPAD pixel variants are optimized for QE, dark count and afterpulsing.
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