Intel's Silicon Photonics Product Division SPPD is seeking a R&D Process Integration Engineer to work as the interface between the Si photonics components design team and the process fabrication team. You will be part of the SPPD Fab Integration. Team responsible for building and maintaining a strong partnership between the two design & fabrication entities. You will work in a fast-paced, dynamic organization developing building blocks for the next generation intel Si photonics products. Key responsibilities of your job will be:You will work closely with the Fab team to understand process flow details, challenges, opportunities and limitations you will be the process expert within a component design organization and you will provide technical input to the designers for the fabrication of their components. You will own the fabrication execution of the component R&D roadmap, responsible for fabrication quality and schedule. You will own the communication between the two entities being both the designers' messenger to the Fab team and the Fab team's ambassador into the design team. You will chair technical meetings between the two entities. You will define and drive process improvement and technology roadmap to deliver capable/reliable processes to enable and even accelerate the component roadmap.
MS or PhD in physics, chemistry, materials science, process engineering and 4+ years of working experience in state-of-the-art CMOS fab with first-hand experience in developing and maturing CMOS processes
Experience in process integration and process simulation
Good knowledge of standard materials analysis techniques
Experience in optical device development is a plus but not a must-have.Inside this Business Group
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