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ADI helps customers bridge the physical and digital worlds with unmatched technologies that solve real-life problems and make the world smarter, healthier, greener and safer. With over $5 billion in revenue, ADI specializes in high-performance analog, mixed-signal, power, and digital signal processing (DSP) integrated circuits that sense, measure, interpret, connect, power, secure and transform how the world experiences the world around them.
ADI's Advanced Process Development Group has an opening for a semiconductor device and process development engineering intern. The intern will join a team that develops state-of-the art processes for many of ADI's leading products.
The engineer will be involved in the development of a CNFET sensor process to be compatible with Front end semiconductor manufacturing. The job will include the design and execution of experiments to optimize device structures, unit process step development, and process integration. Specific tasks will include review of process flow to insure compatibility with high volume wafer fab equipment and procedure.
It will also include evaluation of process modifications to the improve repeatability and uniformity. The engineer will learn about commonly employed semiconductor reliability tests and initiate reliability studies of devices with integrated CNFETs. Responsibilities may also include process & device simulation, design & layout of test structures, and automated testing of devices.
Responsible for compilation and evaluation of data, recommendations for changes or modifications which will meet performance requirements and facilitate manufacturing. The job will involve interaction with a multidisciplinary team of process, device characterization, manufacturing, and reliability engineers.
A B.S, M.S. or Ph.D. student in a field related to semiconductor devices is required. Candidate should have course work and/or experience with semiconductor device physics and semiconductor device fabrication.
Familiarity with CAD tools desirable. Good written and oral communication skills are necessary.
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Education Level: Bachelor's Degree
Travel Required: No
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