You will be responsible for the development of memory-test patterns, analyzing electrical failures, improvement of yield and of overall cell performance, debug, design, simulation and implementation of circuit and process changes on test chips.
Product Engineer is responsible for driving new product introduction by taking sensors from design to mass production. Coordinate product validation and debug, production ramp, and sustaining support to achieve yield improvement, high performance, high reliability, and customer satisfaction.
Product Engineering is responsible for driving new product introduction by taking sensors from design to mass production.With a strong focus on problem solving and issue resolution, Product Engineering acts in a central role to coordinate product validation and debug, production ramp, and sustaining support to achieve yield improvement, high performance, high reliability, and customer satisfaction.
Your job duties will include wafer and component level circuit debug, device characterization for improved operation and testability, and detailed DRAM analysis to maximize end-user performance and reliability.
As an Operations Improvement (OI) Engineer in Fab 4 (Research and Development Fab) at Micron Technology, Inc., you will: apply industrial engineering concepts to line management, capacity analysis, scheduling and production planning.
In this role, the selected candidate will be developing and maintaining test programs, providing failure analysis and data analysis toward characterization and qualification of next generation nonvolatile memory devices.
In this role, you will be responsible for
provides highly visible customer support through the performance of on-site installation, as well as overseeing any necessary diagnoses, troubleshooting, service, and repair of complex equipment and systems.
In this role, the selected candidate will participate directly in Solution Development Teams to plan and develop new product deployments, advocate solutions for systems architecture and proactively detect areas for improvement.