Yield Enhancement NAND Data Analysis Engineer

Micron Technology   •  

Boise, ID

5 - 7 years

Posted 209 days ago

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Req. ID: 118934 

Micron Technology, Inc. is seeking a Yield Enhancement Data Analysis Engineer to be responsible for providing yield analysis for next-generation Micron products. In this important role, you will provide analysis of probe, parametric, and process data involving electrical and/or visual characterization of failing wafers and devices. You will provide analysis of process experiments, assist with identification of yield excursions, and identify correlations to root-cause issues during processing. You will also help support the transfer of data-analysis processes into production. This includes supporting yield enhancement and analysis teams around the world and training them in the latest techniques and methods of production. 


The Yield Enhancement Data Analysis Engineer will also:  

  • Work with other engineering teams to resolve testing issues
  • Support and develop new tools and techniques to localize and identify device failures
  • Recognize, identify, and raise awareness of process issues to appropriate teams
  • Attend necessary meetings and present results to process and integration teams
  • Possibly travel to manufacturing sites during transfer of next-generation processes, using the latest data analysis techniques and methods


The right candidate will have an intermediate understanding of device physics as well as familiarity with semiconductor manufacturing and statistical analysis of experimental data.

This role requires good analytical and problem-solving skills, high motivation, and a strong work ethic so you will be able to work independently once trained. Because you will conduct training, you will need strong communication and presentation skills. Good computer skills, including a working knowledge of Windows, JMP statistic software, and Microsoft Office are also required.


Additional skills preferred, but not required include one-to-three years’ work experience with volatile/non-volatile memory; familiarity with parametric testing and reporting; and programming skills to aid in automation or script creation.


A bachelor’s degree with five years of industry-related experience is required OR a master of science or Ph.D. is required in one of the following: electrical engineering, chemical engineering, materials science engineering, physics, or related field.


About Micron

Micron Technology is a world leader in memory and semiconductor technology. We offer the industry’s broadest portfolio of silicon-to-semiconductor solutions—starting with foundational DRAM, NAND, and NOR Flash memory, and extending to SSDs, modules, MCPs, HMC, and other semiconductor solutions. For more than 37 years, Micron has dedicated itself to collaborating with customers and partners to engineer technology that drives innovation and transforms what’s possible. We continually rethink, recast, and advance new ideas to make it easier for customers to try new things and gain competitive advantages in their markets.

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