Analogue Mixed-Signal Research Fellow


  • Lead the MCCI research projects including supervision and mentoring all staff and driving the technical direction of the projects in collaboration with industry partners.
  • To carry out innovative research in Analogue Mixed-Signal integrated circuit design driving new and original research initiatives in the MCCI.
  • To generate world-beating research outputs including intellectual Property for commercialisation as well as publications in leading conferences and journals such as ISSCC, ESSCIRC, CICC and JSSC.
  • To attract research staff in order to build world-class idustry-focused Analogue Mixed-Signal research projects.
  • To assist the MCCI Operations Manager and MCCI Principal Investigator with new project definitions for the core team targeting private and public funding in order to increase the scale of the group.

Microelectronic Circuits Centre Ireland (MCCI) is an EI / IDA technology centre hosted at Tyndall National Institute – University College Cork in collaboration with the University of Limerick. Its mission is to carry out industry-led world-class mixed-signal and RF integrated circuit research to deliver trained people and IP to industry.

Required Experience and Qualifications

  • A PhD in Electronic and Electrical Engineering is essential, ideally in the area of Analogue Mixed-Signal integrated circuit design.
  • Significant patents and/or publications in IEEE peer-reviewed integrated circuits journals and conferences are essential.
  • A track record of innovation and breakthroughs in the state-of-the-art for high speed transceivers, power management or data-converters is highly desirable.
  • Experience working on leading edge research projects with goals changing according to industry demands is desirable.
  • Experience leading projects and attracting talent to actively grow a research team is desirable.
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