ASML is set for growth in Silicon Valley, following the acquisition of HMI in November2016. HMI has a large R&D centre in San Jose, the heart of Silicon Valley, and this centre is looking for dozens of technologists to take on two exciting product innovations: pattern fidelity metrology and multiple e-beam metrology. HMI designed its first e-beaminspection tool from scratch when it was founded20years ago and has grown to become thetechnology leader in e-beam waferinspectiontechnology, employing over 700 staff in Taiwan, China and the United States. By combining knowledge and resources, we will boost R&D activities, both at ASML and HMI.
The position is exclusively set to devote as a major lead to address the HV arcing issues in our Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) systems to assure HV safety and to avoid arcing impact on system performance.
Work subject includes to study and develop HV testing methodology, identify arcing locations and quantitate arcing strength, find out the root cause of the arcings, figure out solutions, help fulfillment and verify improvement until reach the preset spec.
The job requires work planning and coordination for self and other team members. The job also demands a close work together with other SEM engineers, system engineers, electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, manufacture engineers and field service engineers.
MS degree in Engineering, firm background in both electrical and mechanical design and practice, at least 3 years of 30KV+ working experience, with skilled usage of solidwork design & orcad schematics design.
- Independent working ability;
- Strong initiative, self-motivation and team-working attitude, strong oral and written communication skills;
- Previous working experience in electron-beam scanning microscope systems, SEM electronic modules and semiconductorindustrial is a plus.