In this role, you will be responsible for static stress analysis using solid, plate and shell axially symmetric; eigenvalue and modal analysis using (1.) elements; nonlinear analysis using contact elements.
Involves working in close collaboration with the device, unit process, and design teams on advanced CMOS (7nm and beyond) technology development, ramp to volume, and manufacturing supporting multiple foundry customers.
Responsible for the delivery of high quality off-air, satellite, microwave, and digital transport programming up to the outside plant (point of demarcation from ISP facilities) utilizing, maintaining and installing a variety of optical and electrical interfaces including but not limited to coaxial cable, microwave, fiber optic transmission, CAT 6 to name a few typical technologies.
In this role, you will be responsible for
design, execute, and analyze experiments to screen and optimize module unit process and equipment to meet technology (e.g., performance, yield, and reliability) and manufacturing (e.g., process stability, cost of ownership) targets.
To work closely with technical personnel across the broader technology development organization (e.g., device design, unit process, process integration, lithography, characterization, enablement) to develop accurate simulation-based representations of device structures and integrated process flows, aligned to target and/or experimentally measured topological features, including the occasional need to develop custom scripts/programs.
The RePower services engineer will work with Wind Resource Assessments, Mechanical Loads Analysis, Bill of Materials, and provide general application and requisition engineering support for all RePower activities.