INTERNSHIP

Submit your application before 14th June.
The final list of selected candidates will be announced by 29th June.
Internship is planned to start by middle of July, however, due to the situation exact date will be announced in a timely manner.

It’s A Steep Learning Curve

As any expert will tell you – it’s that moment when you step out of your comfort zone that you really start learning. But when your colleagues are some of the best engineers around, these challenges are easier to overcome, don’t you think? It’s as if you are preparing for an important exam, but you have a bunch of professor-grade students helping you out. An internship at Elsys Eastern Europe comes with a mentorship program, lab practice, lectures and work on an actual commercial project. It’s time to put the theory into practice at a place where your ideas and smarts matter.

Internship Benefits

Internship
project

Combining your student life with internship can be challenging, but where there’s a will there’s a way. And the way is easy since your internship in Elsys EE can be the subject of your master thesis. Check out the list of

PAID
internship

The knowledge and first hand experience you will get out of your internship is priceless. However, we will still provide you with additional financial support during your internship months.

Experienced
mentor

You are in good hands. Every step of the way you will have full support from an experienced mentor. It’s a good thing to have someone who can answer your questions and guide you along the way.

No lock-in contract
obligation

We are looking for a true match among our interns. Someone that clicks with us, and we click with them perfectly. That’s why we don’t bind our interns with lock-in-contracts. It’s a true internship.

Word Of Wisdom From Your Professors

dr Lazar Saranovac

Šef katedre za elektroniku

Prof. dr. Lazar Saranovac from School of Electrical engineering, ETF, talks about donations that improved quality of lectures and enabled faculty to keep up with industry trends.

Prof. dr. Saša Stojanović

Docent na katedri za računarsku tehniku i informatiku

Prof. dr. Saša Stojanović from School of Electrical engineering, ETF, indicates how valuable and quite often crucial role silicon chips play in our life, from everyday situations (texting or sending gify to your loved-ones) to life-saving encounters (e.g. life supporting computer). Modern technologies empower us in many ways that we are not even aware of.

Prof. dr. Jelena Popović

Docent na katedri za elektroniku

Prof. dr. Jelena Popović from School of Electrical engineering, University of Belgrade points out multiple benefits and opportunities a career in semiconductor industry can offer to a freshly graduate student of electronica.

Prof. dr. Radivoje Đurić

Docent na katedri za elektroniku

Prof. dr. Radivoje Đurić from School of Electrical engineering, ETF, talks about early beginnings of our collaboration and the impact it has on a practical segments of bachelor and master studies.

dr Lazar Saranovac

Šef katedre za elektroniku

Prof. dr. Lazar Saranovac from School of Electrical engineering, ETF, talks about donations that improved quality of lectures and enabled faculty to keep up with industry trends.

Prof. dr. Saša Stojanović

Docent na katedri za računarsku tehniku i informatiku

Prof. dr. Saša Stojanović from School of Electrical engineering, ETF, indicates how valuable and quite often crucial role silicon chips play in our life, from everyday situations (texting or sending gify to your loved-ones) to life-saving encounters (e.g. life supporting computer). Modern technologies empower us in many ways that we are not even aware of.

Prof. dr. Jelena Popović

Docent na katedri za elektroniku

Prof. dr. Jelena Popović from School of Electrical engineering, University of Belgrade points out multiple benefits and opportunities a career in semiconductor industry can offer to a freshly graduate student of electronica.

Prof. dr. Radivoje Đurić

Docent na katedri za elektroniku

Prof. dr. Radivoje Đurić from School of Electrical engineering, ETF, talks about early beginnings of our collaboration and the impact it has on a practical segments of bachelor and master studies.

Internship Process

1. Application

This is your first step, and an important one. We promise to consider all applicants, but you can make our work easy by carefully preparing your application.

2. Interview

You will be invited to demonstrate your technical knowledge and explain your thinking process.

3. Selection & invitation to join the program

If you qualify, you will be invited to take part in our internship program.

4. Boarding

Prepare your hand luggage and let us guide you through all the safety procedures.

5. Training

This is the core of our program, we put a lot of effort to train all our interns.

6. Work on the project

Under full supervision and with assistance and guidance by top experts.

7. Final work presentation

A detailed report of your internship will help us evaluate your potential as our future colleague.

8. Offer of employment for best interns

Selected candidates will receive a formal offer for employment.

The button you are searching for
is right here

Submit your application before 14th June.

The final list of selected candidates will be
announced by 29th June.

Life At Elsys

Do we run a sweatshop or do we play ping-pong whole day? What kind of people work in Elsys EE: are they young, are they boring, what’s the dress code? What do the offices in Belgrade and Novi Sad look like? We give you behind-the-scenes look at our day-to-day work, a list of benefits, video reports and testimonials from some of our colleagues.

GRADUATION THESIS LIST

#TopicDomain
1Clock domain crossing – issues and how to overcome themDD
2Scheduling techniques and their implementation for queue servicingDD
3Functional safety approaches implementation  in digital designDD
4Temperature sensor IP – Analysis, modeling and verificationAMS
5Bandgap reference IP – Analysis, modeling and verificationAMS
6Voltage regulator IP – Analysis, modeling and verificationAMS
7Internal oscillator IP – Analysis, modeling and verificationAMS
8Power-on Reset IP – Analysis, modeling and verificationAMS
9IP verification – MAC merge sublayer IP – MMSL – Link Layer Discovery Protocol control – LLDPDV
10IP verification – MAC merge sublayer IP – MMSL – MAC RxDV
11IP verification – MAC merge sublayer IP – MMSL – MAC TxDV
12SoC integration – 3PIAS ProjekatDD+DV
13SoC integration – ARM – Cortex M0 platform Integration using ARM SDKDD+DV
14SoC integration – ARM – Cortex M3 platform Integration using ARM SDKDD+DV
15SoC Verification – interdisciplinary themes – SW coverage collection and analysisDV
16SoC Verification – interdisciplinary themes – CPU instructions provided by SV TB instead of reading from Memory; (SV + ARM architecture)DV
17VIP Development – PCI ExpressDV
18VIP Development – DDRDV
19VIP Development – EthernetDV
20VIP Development – USBDV
21VIP Development – CSIDV
22VIP Development – DSIDV
23VIP Development – UNIPRODV
24VIP Development – I3CDV
25VIP Development – SLIMbusDV
26VIP Development – HDMIDV
Please note, although thesis are created in collaboration with professors, you need to get final approval by your UNI professor.