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Master Thesis – Gate-Driver with Integrated Rogowski Coil Current Sensor (f/m/d)

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This Master Thesis topic is focusing on developing a gate driver circuit with Integrated Rogowski Coil Current Sensor. The scope of the project includes following aspects: 

  • Analysis of the current implementations of the gate drivers with integrated Rogowski sensors.
  • Desing of the gate driver circuit with high BW Rogowski sensor, sensing & signal reconstruction in FPGA.
  • Experimental measurements.
  • Documentation of research outcomes.


  • Enrolled in a master´s program in Electrical Engineering or Physics.
  • Fundamental knowledge of power electronics (basics of semiconductor devices, power converter topologies and control methods).
  • Experiences with Matlab/Simulink and power electronic circuit simulation tools (e.g., PLECS, LTspice) is a plus.
  • Experience with PCB and/or CAD design software is a plus.
  • Highly enthusiastic and motivated, willing to learn new technologies.
  • Self-organized and target-oriented working style.
  • Good communications skills, fluency in English, both written and spoken.


  • Start of your employment February 2023.
  • State-of-the-art lab facilities and instruments.
  • Home Office possible.
  • € 4.- /day food allowance in restaurants / € 2.- /day in  supermarkets.
  • Family-  & kids friendly.
  • Free coffee/milk/tea & fresh fruits.

This position is subject to the Collective Agreement for employees in non-university research (Research CA). For this position, we offer a competitive gross salary of EUR 1.713, paid 14 times a year.  

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Master Thesis – Gate-Driver with Integrated Rogowski Coil Current Sensor (f/m/d)
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