San Jose, CA
Industry: Manufacturing & Automotive•
Less than 5 years
Posted 65 days ago
In San Jose, CA, Hermes Microvision seeks a Senior Design Engineer to design the architecture of a new generation electron optics system according to electron optics system performance requirements; simulate electron optical performance of new designed electron optics system, modify and finalize the architecture design, and define requirement of electronic modules which support the electron optics system;
create mechanical design of new generation electron optics system based on the simulation results; assemble and test the new-designed sub-modules, integrate the sub-modules into an electron optics system, and perform basic performance testing in the test bench and write test reports; integrate newly developed electron system into the system platform; verify and test the control functions of electronic and software controls modules; characterize the electron optical system's resolution, current, distortion, and other optical characteristics on the system platform;
make plans and lead electron optics performance experiments on the platform, analyze and interpret test data, and develop solutions that optimize system performance; diagnose complex subsystem problems across algorithms, software, electronics, mechanics, vacuum and electron optics; according to test results, provide input to new electron optics system specifications, system error budget, interfaces and working parameters for the optimum hardware/software solution;
work with application engineers according to the application practice and requirements of different wafers and provide technical support to application engineers in live demonstration and result analysis; and provide input for the electron optics system improvement.
Master's degree in Materials Science, Applied Physics or Electrical Engineering and 2 years of relevant experience or Ph.D. in one of those fields with a strong foundation in the fundamentals of physics and charged particle physics; and strong diagnostic and trouble-shooting skills in electron optics subsystems such as sources, optics and detectors required.