Yvan , Analog designer

After spending 4 years as a characterization and modeling engineer, I wished to evolve in my developer position: Dolphin Integration informed me about internal opportunities which could fit me and, advised by my peers, I am now an analog designer involved in ambitious projects within the SoC design team. I also put into practice my project management skills.

Nathalie , Product Manager

Dolphin Integration provides the opportunity for graduates to evolve in an industrial BtoB environment without having an initial technical training. The New Product Launcher pilots operational marketing missions (communication, website animation, trainings for sales persons…) as well as strategic marketing missions (participation in defining roadmaps, elaboration of objectives specifications…) in an international context and within multicultural teams.

Sofia , Memory designer

As a Memory designer, I make sure that our circuits are optimized in power consumption, performance and density and that they meet our customer needs. Active member of a human scale team, I have the opportunity to work with all crafts, from design to test, and to have an immediate feedback on the results of my work.

David , Integration and Application Engineer

Real bridge between developers, marketers and customers as application engineer for the Jazz Audio team, I am constantly listening our customers in order to identify the best suited configuration for their audio applications (tablet, smartphone…).

Marion , Digital designer

My first contact with Dolphin Integration took place during a forum dedicated to the employability of graduates from my engineering school. My integration in the company started through an internship and continued with a permanent contract as a digital designer. I can contribute fully within my team by taking part in a development project for an energy meter (Power Metering) and by participating in the evolution of methods.

Louay , Analog designer

Dolphin Integration seduced me with the possibility of a rapid evolution: arrived in 2011 in an analog design team, I was first in charge of the design of basic blocks (amplifier, buffer…) in order to learn and adapt myself to the specific tools and flows. I am now an architect on a development project for a power management unit: I develop my own blocks, follow technical issues, interface with layout and logic teams, participate in the test of the chip and write product specifications. Communication with other development teams and with marketing allows me to have a high-level vision of market needs and facilitates the definition of the product architecture.