Intel's Silicon Photonics Product Division is seeking an experienced photonic device design engineer to own and drive optical modulator and related component design, development and integration into our next generation transmitter product. As part of the photonics component development team, you will be responsible for: *defining modulator architecture based on product requirement document and/or customer application specification *owning device design, layout and tape-out, characterization and performance debug *working with engineering and manufacturing teams to define fabrication process and test requirements *driving device improvement and maturation from pathfinding through product release.
Must have Ph.D. degree in Physics, Electrical Engineering, or a similar discipline with focus on high speed optical modulator, or MS with 3+ years industrial experience in related field
Must have hands-on experience in design, simulation, fabrication and characterization of optical modulator
Familiar with commercial simulation tools such as Lumerical FDTD/Mode Solutions, RSoft, etc.
Solid understanding of semiconductor device physics and fiber optical communication theory, knowledge of CMOS fabrication processes is a strong plus
Hands-on lab experience with transceiver, lasers, photodetectors, and optical modulator characterization and trouble shooting
Highly motived and have strong desire to succeed in a fast-paced and challenging environment
Resourceful and have strong problem solving skills-
Able to work independently as well as effectively with a team
Have strong communication and interpersonal skillsInside this Business Group
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