Entry Level Foundry Engineer
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Chandler, AZ 85286
Interface with the various divisions with regards to their foundry technology needs.
Responsible for being the technology interface between Microchip and a number of external Foundries for various developments.
Responsible for creation/maintenance of the all documentation (DRC, LVS, Mask Derivation document) in support of the new developments.
Responsible for assessment of Design/layout violations, and reporting those violations back to different divisions.
Responsible for evaluation of the new process modules and assessing their effectiveness on the overall goals set by Management.
Responsible for Obtaining and interpreting Foundry Parametric results on technologies that Microchip uses
Already have graduated with B.S.E.E or similar degree (1-5 years), Master’s Degree (2 years experience) or higher preferred
Knowledge of Device Physics which should also include knowledge of EPROM, EEPROM and Flash EEPROM.
An excellent understanding of how to measure semiconductor devices using a Bench setup and extract from those measurements, parameters such as VT, breakdown, resistivity, capacitance, Endurance, Read Currents, Write Currents, Coupling ratio, etc.
An excellent understanding of a CMOS flow is needed with an emphasis of embedded Flash technologies.
Familiarity with advance semiconductor processing, statistical analysis, and testing methods.
Good problem solving skills and the ability to work alone and in a team environment also desired.
Ability to lead cross-functional teams to meet the objectives.
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