Req Id: 115551
As a Process Integration Engineer for the Process R&D organization, your primary responsibility will be to lead the efforts in developing a module for the next generation DRAM technology node. As Process Integration module owner, you will define the structural and electrical requirements for one or more modules and work with unit process areas and supporting teams, as well as other module owners to integrate your module with the entire flow.
Your responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Develop, maintain and improve one or more process module including design rules, structural and electrical specifications for alternative flows
- Optimize existing process flows and develop creative solutions to meet product requirements
- Extract, monitor, analyze, and react to inline data, param data and probe data to fix yield issues, performance, reliability, add process margin and reduce costs
- Work cross-functionally with Design, Product Engineering, Modeling, Yield Enhancement and Electrical and Physical Failure analysis teams, Defect Analysis, Param, and Quality teams to understand issues, targets, and priorities for development
- Summarize complex problems, derive, explain actions taken to address them and drive team to execute
- Define sub-milestones for the project within your module
- Maintain and enforce best possible communication between PI, Process Development and the Pilot Fab
- Ensure timely documentation of R&D activities in your module for transfer to Manufacturing
- 2-10 years' experience in Semiconductor Process Engineering, or education background in Semiconductor Fabrication with strong Electrical background
- Device Physics or Electrical Engineering background highly preferred
- M.S. or PhD in Electrical Engineering, Microelectronics, Physics, or Material Science
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