|Wyle is seeking a semiconductor materials engineer specializing in the design and development of growth processes for Aluminum Nitride (AlN) pyroelectric thin films. The selected candidate will: 1)assist researchers in the development of thin film processes for plasmonic resonance and two-photon absorption projects; 2)utilize non-destructive thin film characterization techniques such as XRD, ellipsometry, SEM and FTIR; 3) Contribute to reports/presentations of technical progress on in-house research for management reviews and to external customers; and 4) utilize various deposition technologies, including chemical vapor deposition, molecular beam epitaxy sputtering, and E-beam evaporation.
Education/Experience/Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering with 3 years of related experience is required. The selected candidate must have experience with the following semiconductor materials research and development processes: 1) molecular beam epitaxy (MBE); 2) sputtering techniques and systems; 3) semiconductor growth equipment, including hydride vapor phase epitaxy; 4) ultra high vacuum linear translators; and 5) semiconductor device development tools including 3D CAD systems.
Applicant selected may be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
|Wyle Dayton-Mission Point|
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