ICsense expands chip design, opens Ghent office

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By Nick Flaherty

Belgian chip designer ICsense is opening a second office in Ghent to attract analog engineers, including new graduates.

The TDK Group Company is based in Leuven and says it is expanding its activities to meet the sustained surge in chip demand, among others from European car manufacturers and medical equipment suppliers.

ICsense designs chips and sensors that are at the heart of electric and self-driving vehicles, medical equipment and implants, and other smart electronics. With demand for chips picking up sharply and geopolitics challenging the electronics world, this is the perfect opportunity for a European market leader such as ICsense to take the challenge and expand.

“With this expansion we demonstrate both our leadership and ambition. And with the new office, we also gain access to the expertise and talent pool of the Ghent region. A region which alongside Leuven is an important education and knowledge cluster for new technologies. Newly graduated engineers and experienced designers can come and work with us on projects with real impact, and at the same time bolster their careers,” said Bram De Muer, CEO of ICsense.

“We welcome anyone with the right skills and an eagerness to learn. For us, it is a key concern to offer new employees an interesting growth path and to make them feel welcome in our group. Therefore, we have a system of personal mentors and we organize continued deep training,” said Marijke Tuerlinckx, HR Manager at ICsense. “With the new office in the Zuiderpoort complex, we provide our people with a second pleasant workplace, a place that is easily accessible to everyone, whether they come by bus, train, car or bicycle.”

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