Infineon Technologies Austria AG
We are looking for a student in the area of Electrical Engineering / Digital Design. The objective of the project is concept and implementation of an identification and tuning algorithm for a power supply of an automotive microcontroller using FPGA.
The dc-dc converter currently employed to generate the main digital supply of the Infineon automotive microcontroller family is based on an advanced digital regulation loop. One of the main advantages of a digital loop compared to a conventional analog loop is the programmability and flexibility. This enables the use of different external passive components (L and C), depending on which the controller must be configured.
Digital auto-tuning is the ability to automatically tune the controller parameters in response to the actual system dynamics.
The main goal of this project is to research suitable identification and tuning algorithms for the automotive microcontroller digital regulator. One of the algorithms will then be implemented and verified using a prototyping setup on an FPGA.
This position is subject to the collective agreement for workers and employees in the electrical and electronics industry. The salary for this position is EUR 1.825,-- gross p.m.(full-time basis).
You are a student at university / university of applied sciences in the area Electrical Engineering or comparable and you are best equipped for this task if you are a proactive person and you have:
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