IPCEI PhD Scholarship Program
Do you want to work in an inspiring international environment and get access to state-of-the-art laboratories and infrastructure?
Do you want to enhance competitiveness, develop your skills through technical training adapted to your PhD thesis?
Do you want to get in touch with Infineon´s global international partner companies and receive a three-years-Scholarship as a student?
Then you are the perfect match for a PhD Scholarship at Infineon Austria!
Fields of Interest:
- AI Algorithms
- Semiconductor Manufacturing Processes
- Chip Design
- Material Science & Reliability
- (Power) Electronics
- Data Science
- Automation & Digitalization
- Wide Band Gap Materials (SiC, GaN)
- RFID Technologies
- Quantum Computing
- Electrical Test Engineering
As a PhD student, we at Infineon Austria will support you for three years with a monthly contribution. You can continue your studies at your place of study and at the same time benefit from experience in an international company. You will work closely with your Infineon Mentor.
Please attach the following documents to your application:
- Presentation of competencies (short PowerPoint presentation, freestyle)
- Certificate of enrollment
- Transcript of records
- Highest completed educational certificate
- Not mandatory: Reference letter from Professor
Mag. Veneta Ivanova
Infineon Technologies Austria AG
Infineon Technologies Austria AG is a group subsidiary of Infineon Technologies AG, a world-leading provider of semiconductor solutions that make life easier, safer and greener. Microelectronics from Infineon reduce the energy consumption of consumer electronics, domestic appliances and industrial facilities. They make a major contribution to the convenience, security and sustainability of vehicles, and enable secure transactions in the Internet of Things.
Infineon Austria pools competencies for research and development, production as well as global business responsibility. The head office is in Villach, with further branches in Graz, Klagenfurt, Linz and Vienna. With 4,820 employees from 73 countries (including 2,100 in research and development), in the financial year 2021 (ending in September) the company achieved a turnover of € 3.9 billion. With a research expenditure of 516 million euros, Infineon Austria is one of the strongest research companies in Austria.