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Scope of Position:
Scientist in Thin Film Research contributing to projects in the TF&S portfolio – Obelix, HPD related, ALoT, SGI, etc…
Facilitate successful design and development for cutting edge research of new materials, systems, and structures, along with metrology.
Day to Day Responsibilities:
- Design, execution and analysis of experiments within the Thin Film Research clean room facilities, utilizing the tool sets in the lab, which include lithography, deposition (PVD, CVD, PECVD), etch, Laser, and characterization tools.
- Expected to develop new materials and processes and work with Equipment/Process team to design changes to process tools.
- Expectations: Lead Stage 1 and early Stage 2 projects when appropriate.
- Work closely with leadership, scientists and engineers to develop enabling technologies to solve significant challenges related to plasma processing and reactor
- Diagnostics and materials characterization.
Hours of work/work schedule/flex-time:
- 40 hr work week
- Ph.D. in Materials Science, Electrical Engineering, Chemistry, Physics or equivalent
Required Years and Area of Experience:
- This person will have strong academic and experience in materials industry such as semiconductor, solar, MEMS, or related and adjacent industries.
- Alternatively they will have been a part of a world class University program (post doctoral), government research lab, or industrial research environment.
- Demonstrated capability solving complex materials / process / equipment problems
- Experience in fabrication and testing of semiconductor devices
- Strong technical skills in thin film materials processing and characterization
- Experience in developing research project plans
- Thin Films research capabilities at the equipment/process/team have advanced to a significant degree requiring skills and expertise in designing/developing and integrating processes in an industrial research micro/nano-fabrication facility. This includes breadth of knowledge and experience from reactor design and novel process development to plasma spectroscopy to facilitate such development activity.
- Such expertise encompasses deep and broad knowledge of vacuum/plasma processing, diagnostics, process integration, Statistical design and analysis of experiments (DOE), and hands-on capabilities with the equipment for purposes of Installing specialized hardware. This person will have strong academic and experience in an electronic materials industry such as semiconductor, solar, MEMS, or related industries. Alternatively they will have been a part of a world class University program (post doctoral), government research lab, or industrial research environment.
Any combination of 3 or more of the following
- Thin film processing (physical and chemical vapor deposition); vacuum/plasma processing, diagnostics
- Reactor design and construction experience
- Hands-on vacuum/plasma reactor experience
- Etching of thin films by wet and dry (plasma) techniques
- Clean room protocols
- Fabricating devices aimed a specific application
Soft Skills (Communication/Team/Leadership):
- Ability to develop concise, succinct representations of project goals, objectives, and status in written presentation and oral formats.
- Wide range of interest in materials and applications
- Work well with wide range of personalities – up, down and around
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