Applied Materials

Job Description: Applied Materials is looking for a computational scientist to help create the next generation semiconductor material processes and reactors via semiconductor process modeling. The semiconductor process modeling expert will develop and utilize models which predict on wafer performance during the many process steps in a semiconductor fabrication process.  As the member of a larger Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) team you will play a key role in the development of Applied Materials chambers and processes.


Statement of Responsibilities and Duties:

Develop computational models of chambers and processes being developed at Applied Materials
Apply developed models using process recipes to predict on wafer performance. On wafer performance can include wafer to wafer repeatability, across wafer process uniformity, achieving a desired profile shape, step coverage, material change, etc.
Use modeling to understand and propose new unit processes, new process sequences, new chemistries, solve chamber design issues, propose new chamber designs, and trouble shoot current production issues.
Develop and maintain semiconductor process modeling scientific software through algorithm development, implementation of new capabilities, identifying and fixing bugs.
Maintain awareness of technical literature, publish research results in peer-reviewed scientific or technical journals and present results at external conferences, seminars and/or technical meetings.
Perform other duties as assigned.

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