Technical Internship - Digital Mixed Signal Verification [JAPAN]

Tokyo, Tokyo-to, Japan


Posted: 2018年12月14日
Role Number: 200021588
The people here at Apple don’t just build products — they build the kind of wonder that’s revolutionized entire industries. It’s the diversity of those people and their ideas that encourage the innovation that runs through everything we do, from amazing technology to industry-leading environmental efforts. Join Apple, and help us leave the world better than we found it. Imagine what you could do here. Apple Japan LSI Design Center is currently seeking enthusiastic technical-major intern to experience work and culture of Apple. Depending on your interest, technical strength and background, you will be assigned to a task to support ongoing mixed-signal LSI projects. Start date as well as duration is flexible, and will be adjusted in order not to interfere study and research at the University.

Key Qualifications

  • Pursuing a BS, MS or Ph.D. in domains of: Electrical Engineering, Computer Science or Applied Physics.
  • Interest in Mixed-Signal LSI design and verification - passion to innovate things with your own hands.
  • Outstanding academic achievements in your own field of study.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in Japanese (and English, is preferred).
  • Preferably have experiences working with RTL / Spice / Python / Matlab.
  • Must hold relevant work permit in Japan for the duration of the internship.


Specific project and assignment will be tailored based on your individual interest, strength and background. Some general responsibilities may include: • Engage in Mixed-Signal verification of PLL, ADC and High-Speed interface blocks. • Create behavior models of Analog or Mixed-Signal IPs. • Work on CAD tools to enhance Mixed-Signal verification libraries and infrastructures. • Develop software to interface different Mixed-Signal simulators and design tools. Must have coding skills in Python.

Education & Experience

Must be currently enrolled in a BS/MS/PhD programs in domains of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science or Applied Physics.

Additional Requirements