Internships and specializations abroad

Academic year 2005/2006:

  • Ognjen Jović, Bosch, Reutlingen, Germany: MSc thesis "Quadrature LC oscillator in 0,35 um CMOS technology"

Academic year 2008/2009:

  • Raul Blečić, ON Semiconductor, Oudenaarde, Belgium: MSc thesis "Electro-thermal measurements and characterization of high voltage and high temperature semiconductor devices"

Academic year 2009/2010:

  • Andrej Ivanković, ON Semiconductor, Oudenaarde, Belgium: MSc thesis "Hotspot evaluation of high-voltage MOSFET drivers"
  • Boris Crnković, ON Semiconductor, Oudenaarde, Belgium: MSc thesis "Characteristics of 0,35 um and 0,18 um Smart Power Silicon Technology"
  • Anita Ivković, ON Semiconductor, Oudenaarde, Belgium: MSc thesis "Prediction of dynamic switching currents in digital circuits"
  • Sebastian Petrović, Bosch, Reutlingen, Germany: MSc thesis "Sensitivity of integrated linear voltage regulator to conducted electromagnetic interference" 

Academic year 2011/2012:

  • Ivana Krivak, Bosch, Abstadt, Germany: MSc thesis "Modelling of Emissions of Integrated Circuits for Electromagnetic Compatibility Simulations" 
  • Josip Bačmaga, Infineon, Munchen, Germany: MSc thesis "Influence of board geometries and external protection network configurations on the automotive microcontroller behaviour when exposed to electrostatic discharge"
  • Nereo Markulić, IMEC, Leuven, Belgium: MSc thesis "Design of a 10-bit digital-to-analogue converter in 90-nm UMC technology" 
  • Andrej Levarda, ON Semiconductor, Oudenaarde, Belgium: MSc thesis "Electromagnetic compatibility analysis of the LIN controller printed circuit board" 
  • Vice Šodan, ON Semiconductor, Oudenaarde, Belgium: MSc thesis "Thermally induced machanical stress in integrated circuit packages" 

Academic year 2012/2013:

  • Andro Broznić, Bosch, Abstadt, Germany: MSc thesis "Modelling of Emissions of Integrated Circuits for EMC Simulations" 
  • Tomislav Marković, ON Semiconductor and National Instruments, Belgium; MSc thesis "High-bandwidth voltage and current measurement system" 

Academic year 2013/2014:

  • Kristijan Bene, Bosch, Schwieberdingen, Germany: MSc thesis "Standardization of Bulk Current Injection Simulations" 

Academic year  2016/2017:

  • Vlatko Galić, ON Semiconductor, Oudenaarde, Belgium, 12-month internship
  • Rebecca Grancarić, Texas Instruments, Feising, Germany: MSc thesis "Cost, Performance and Area Optimization of a buck-converter"
  • Filip Hormot, UTRC (United Technologies Research Center), Cork, Ireland, internship, topic: "Circuit analysis of an integrated galvanically isolated gate driver circuit designed in 0.18-um high-voltage CMOS technology"

Academic year  2017/2018:

  • Ivan Porin Tolić, ams AG, Premstaetten, Austria, 6-month internship - MSc thesis project, topic: "High Precision Sense Amplifier for Non-Volatile Memory"
  • Ivan Brezovec, ams AG, Premstaetten, Austria, 6-month internship - MSc thesis project, topic: "Design of LC oscillators in 180 nanometer CMOS technology"
  • Anamarija Pejić, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, 6-month internship - MSc thesis project, topic: "Design of discrete DC-DC converters based on gallium nitride transistors"
  • Martin malenica, STMicroelectronics Design and Applications s.r.o., Prague, Czech Republic, 6-month internship - MSc thesis project, topic: "Smart Gateway Evaluation Platform"

Academic year  2019/2020:

  • Juraj Grabovac,Robert Bosch, Stuttgart, Germany, 6-month internship - MSc thesis project, topic: "Combination of DPI measurement and simulation to predict sensor immunity"