Development Engineer Applied Microstructures
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED The Applied Microstructures (AMST) Internship Program is a summer program for undergraduate or graduate students. Interns will have the opportunity to work closely with AMST engineers and researchers to develop improvements to existing systems. This paid internship program will be a commitment of 2-3 months and approximately 30-40 hours per week.
The program has been designed to create an environment that provides AMST with continued progress in research and development, while giving the student valuable industry experience and possible future opportunities at AMST.
Set up a prototype for the purpose of testing a new method of vaporizing liquid chemicals for thin film deposition.
Work with company mechanical engineers to design and order parts needed to complete the prototype.
Set up data collection hardware for the prototype.
Deposit films on wafers with the new hardware.
Perform Design-of-Experiments (DOE) with new hardware, and examine deposited film characteristics utilizing existing company metrology tools. (Will train on metrology and DOE techniques).
Formulate conclusions to data collected on the prototype.
Prepare and present data slides to management.
Enrolled in junior or senior year of undergraduate studies or anytime during graduate studies.
Must be pursuing a degree in Materials Science, Electrical Engineering, or Physics.
Demonstrated hands-on individual with excellent experimental skills (e.g. prior summer job, serious hobby requiring mechanical or electrical engineering)
Authorized to work in the US
Must display a high degree of enthusiasm and interest in nanotechnology
Must exhibit excellent communication and presentation skills
Prior internship or summer experience in a semiconductor-related or other nanotechnology-related company
Demonstrated capability to build functional prototypes
An understanding of film deposition theory using ALD or CVD
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