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Scope of Position:
• Develop coating on glass mechanical reliability metrology lab;
• Gain understanding of the failure mechanisms of Corning’s coating on glass;
• Provide recommendation on material and process to coating project team to improve product performance.
• Day to Day Responsibilities:
• Provide technical leadership on film mechanics in support of coating on glass project
• Understand coating process capabilities within R&D and manufacturing
• Implement reliability tests specific for coating on glass
• Work in collaborative fashion with stakeholders
• Design experiments in liaison with R&D and Manufacturing
• Deliver analytical reports and drive to conclusion
• Understand reliability customers testing on coating on glass and correlate with field returns
• Document process flows for product tested (internally or externally)
• Propose hypothesis tree and provide solutions to resolve failure mechanisms
• Use statistical tools and hypothesis tree to support and record testing results
Travel Requirements: Up to 15% international travel to Asia is likely.
Hours of work/work schedule/flex-time: 40hrs, some evening phone calls are expected to work with the team in Asia
Required Education: PhD in materials science or fracture mechanics with a particular emphasis on thin films and thin film processing
Required Years and Area of Experience: 5+ years in related field
• PhD experienced with characterization of mechanics of films
• Experience with processes of coating on glass
• Able to work with global teams
• Rigorous, quality focused and results oriented
• Comfortably in early stage project in fast paced environment &high uncertainty.
• Specific experience with high hardness thin films
• Fracture mechanics and Fractography experience with brittle materials and thin films
• Experience with overall reliability engineering tools, FMEA, FTA, life testing.
• Soft Skills (Communication/Team/Leadership):
• Demonstrated project leadership skills
• Ability to work globally (cross functional teams in Asia)
• Proficient in MS Office, and related computer skills
Corning is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.