FPGA developer for experiment control system and data acquisition

Updated: about 2 months ago
Job Type: FullTime
Deadline: 31 Dec 2021

Institute of Plasma Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences is constructing a new large-scale physical experiment for the research of thermonuclear fusion (tokamak COMPASS-U) and it is looking for developers to develop an experiment control system and systems for physics data acquisition.

Job description:

  • control logic design (FPGA) for the experiment control system and data acquisition systems
  • code synthesis and implementation
  • cooperation with electrical engineers to develop control systems HW
  • code testing and debugging - simulation and measurement
  • writing of test scripts
  • integration of individual control systems into common tokamak control system
  • technical documentation writing
  • Required education: master degree in electrical engineering, IT

Knowledge and skills:

  • knowledge of digital technology (combinational and sequential circuits, state machines)
  • knowledge of HDL (VHDL or Verilog)
  • experience with simulation (e.g., Vivado Simulator)
  • experience with laboratory instruments (oscilloscope, logic analyzer)
  • Required languages: English (upper-intermediate)

The advantage is:

  • Xilinx platform knowledge, Vivado (ISE)

What we offer:

  • full-time employment in a stable institution
  • work on a unique scientific project
  • five weeks of vacation, sick days
  • flexible start and end of working hours
  • meal tickets, benefits

Benefits: flexible start/end of work hours, meal coupons/eating contribution, five weeks holiday, corporate recreation facilities, training courses, employee loans, sick day, unpaid vacations

Length of employment: fixed term


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