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TCAD Software Research Engineer/Scientist

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Intel Corporation

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29d ago

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Phoenix

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  • You must have a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering or related field, 1+ years of research experience in semiconductor device physics, expertise in modeling areas such as quantum transport, and programming skills in C/C++ or python. Preferred qualifications include publications in device physics and experience with TCAD simulation tools.
  • You will develop and calibrate semiconductor device and process simulators, analyze technology issues, collaborate with teams, and invent novel devices for cutting-edge technology development.

Graduate Job

Software Engineering•Phoenix

Description

  • Join Intel-and build a better tomorrow. Intel is undergoing an exciting transformation, with a vision to create and extend computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on Earth. So, join us-and help us create the next generation of technologies that will shape the future for decades to come.
  • We are looking for more great software engineer leaders who can help us push computing capabilities even further. You will be working in a dynamic team which develops and applies software tools, scripts, and physical models to find the research path and guide the development of Intel transistors and the process technologies which make them.
  • There are openings for tool developers on our team for two specific areas, including a software development and maintenance of the simulators and also applications engineers that use the tools to aid technology development. Based on your profile and background you will be considered for one role of the other. See qualification for more details.

Requirements

  • You must possess the minimum qualifications below to be initially considered for this position. Preferred qualifications are in addition to the minimum requirements and are considered a plus factor in identifying top candidates. The experience listed below may be obtained through schoolwork, classes and project work, internships, military training, and/or work experience.
  • Minimum Qualifications:
  • Education: Must possess Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Semiconductor Physics, or a related STEM field.
  • Experience: For the applications positions must have a minimum of 1+ years of research or thesis experience in semiconductor device physics and modeling expertise in particular areas of interest including quantum transport, device transport, novel transistor architectures, and process flow physics.
  • OR
  • For the software development positions must have 1+ years of experience in scientific software development for semiconductor device, process, stress, or equivalent modeling AND 1+ years of experience programming in C/C++ or python.
  • Preferred Qualifications:
  • For the applications positions: 2+ years of research or thesis experience in semiconductor device physics and modeling expertise in particular areas of interest including quantum transport, device transport, novel transistor architectures, and process flow physics.
  • For the software development positions: 1+ years of research or thesis experience in semiconductor device or process physics and modeling expertise in particular areas of interest including quantum transport, device transport, novel transistor architectures, and process flow physics.
  • Publications that demonstrate expertise in such areas as device physics or process flow physics.
  • Experience with TCAD (technology computer aided design) device or process simulation tools such as Atlas or Sentaurus.
  • Experience with scripting languages such as Python or equivalent.

Education requirements

STEM
PhD

Area of Responsibilities

Software Engineering

Responsibilities

  • Applications. Creating software simulation flows, developing physical models, and analyzing the fundamental device and process issues encountered in cutting-edge technology development. Working on a team running device simulation, circuit simulation, and process simulation to deliver software capabilities, calibrate models, perform design-technology co-optimization (DTCO), and invent novel devices and innovative processes. Areas of expertise applicable include advanced process or device physics and modeling, applications of process or device simulations to evaluate transistor flows or architectures.
  • Device modeling. Development, calibration, and support of advanced semiconductor device simulators. Area of expertise applicable include advanced device transport, quantum effects, electronic structure, novel device and memory operation, optoelectronics, mesh generation, C++ software development, software architecture and numerical methods for device problems.
  • Process modeling. Development, calibration, and support of advanced semiconductor process simulators. Areas of expertise applicable include Defect-coupled diffusion/activation, FEM based stress simulation, C++ software development, software architecture, Numerical methods for process simulation, solid modeling, and mesh generation.
  • Collaboration. All positions will collaborate directly with the experimental research, process, and design teams to define experiments and present recommendations that achieve the scaling path for the logic, memory, and analog devices in advanced-node, industry-leading products.

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

hybrid

Location

Phoenix