Job opportunity at Texas Instruments, Inc. (EMC engineer)

TI is looking for a qualified candidate to champion and drive the
development of the Low EMI/EMC Foundational Platform. In this role, the
ideal candidate will process the unique skills necessary to build a Center
of Excellence within Kilby Labs in low EMI system and circuit design for
power management. Kilby represents a research organization within TI
chartered to define new and innovative IP in collaboration with business
units and customers. Kilby engineers must have the ability to approach new
and/or existing problems from a different perspective in a way that results
in unique, leap-frog technologies. In addition, Kilby engineers are
required to take on all aspects of a project depending on project needs.
This can include system engineering work, project marketing, project
planning and design.

As a platform champion, the ideal candidate must possess a combination of
people skills and technical capabilities. The ability to think creatively,
propose disruptive new ideas and implement these new ideas is critical to
the development of this platform. In addition, the initiatives within the
low EMI platform require business unit support and collaboration for
sustainable, long term success. For this reason, the ideal candidate must
also excel at promoting new ideas, building collaborative relationships,
working across organizations and team building.

Specific responsibilities include:

· Leading the Kilby system design efforts in the area of low
EMI/EMC for Power Management

· Developing whole EMI/EMC solution approach for power systems
including board, active/passive components, and third party ecosystem.

· Participating as design lead in the Low EMI/EMC power projects
and initiatives

· Driving collaboration with Advanced Test & Development to develop
new components and models

· Developing University collaborations on the topic of low EMI/EMC
power circuits and design

· Defining and driving future project directions in EMI/EMC

· Building effective and healthy collaborations with our business
unit partners

· Serve as technical mentor for other analog engineers in Kilby
Labs and/or in the project teams

Specific technical skills should include:

· Mastery in EMI/EMC reduction design techniques in power systems

· Mastery in EMI Filter modeling and design techniques

· Mastery in signal and power integrity aspects of electronic

· Working knowledge of power systems and circuit design techniques
for DC/DC, AC/DC, and various topologies (buck, boost, buck/boost, flyback

· Strong background in modeling and simulation capability at power
device and system level

· Working experience in various compliance testing and standards
for EMI/EMC including emissions, immunity, susceptibility, SAR, CISPR 22/25

· Mastery in EMC Modeling and Analysis with Electromagnetics EDA

· Mastery in EMC measurement, modeling, and analysis techniques

· Strong background in EM Hardening Techniques at system and device

· Strong background in system analysis for potential EMI problems
by identifying the source, the receptor, and the coupling path

· Strong background in harden electronic systems using the
appropriate EMC protection technique(s): grounding, bonding, shielding,
filtering, and printed circuit board design

· Expert in lab testing platforms (e.g. usage of spectrum
analyzers, near/far field probing)

Experienced Professional - Yes

Experience: PhD with >3 years industry experience, MsEE with >7 years
industry experience

Please send your resume directly to my email and please feel free to call
me if you have any questions?

rmma02 5 years 5 months 2 days

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