As one of the world’s largest semiconductor companies with over 35,000 employees in more than 35 countries, Texas Instruments has been leading innovation for more than 80 years.
TI’s semiconductor technologies help create a world that’s smarter, safer, greener, healthier and more fun. Every day, we help our customers develop and deliver breakthrough innovations. With the industry’s broadest portfolio of more than...
Look around you. TI is there. Our analog and embedded processing technologies power every type of electronics you touch – from laptops and cameras to auto infotainment systems and medical technologies to video games and, yes, calculators.
TI makes your world safer, smarter, greener, healthier and more fun. All because our people are game-changers.
As a TIer, you will have the opportunity to learn and grow – and create world-changing technology. For more than 80 years, TI has continually reinvented itself by believing in people with endless curiosity who refuse to leave the world just how they found it. Just like Jack Kilby – who created the world’s first integrated circuit in his TI office in Dallas in 1958 – laying the groundwork for a technological revolution.
So come join us. Show us what tomorrow can look like with you at TI.
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Pros: The people are fantastic. The management rewards outstanding work and promotes learning new software and provides challenges to those who want them. – Full Review
No Offer – Reviewed yesterday New
Interview Details I stopped by the booth at my university's career fair and spoke to an engineer for a bit. He invited me to an interview on campus the next day where he gave me circuits questions. They were pretty standard and basic such as RC equations and transfer functions. After that, I was invited to do a 1 hr… – Full Interview
Too long ago, forgot honestly. They asked me about IIR filters and how to choose where to place the zeros and poles for types of filters. – Answer Question