As a hardware technician you will be mainly responsible for creating test setups and for measuring data from all kinds of chips
Location: Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Start date: Immediate
As a hardware technician you will be mainly responsible for creating test setups and for measuring silicon fingerprint data (SRAM PUF) from all kinds of chips (varying from FPGAs to microcontrollers and specific memory test chips). You will work closely with R&D engineers to understand the test requirements and goals. You will create scripts that communicate with the test boards and measurement equipment to execute test scenarios and read out test data. You will occasionally work with an external PCB design company to create suitable test/measurement boards. In some cases the test platform may also be used as demonstrator platform, for which you then will design-in the additional requirements, and develop the demonstrator in collaboration with the software engineers.