ASML Robot event


Make your mark at ASML

Attend one of our campus events and conferences in the United States

ASML events on campus have been postponed due to coronavirus (COVID-19). If you have been invited to attend an ASML event, you will receive information about the new date. Many events will take place online. After you register, you will receive login details to access the online event. Read our coronavirus (COVID-19) updates here.

Get an exclusive inside look at ASML and our wide range of career opportunities during events and lectures in the US.

Upcoming virtual events in the US

While we are re-visiting and finalizing our virtual events plan, please connect with us on Handshake to get updates on all our US events, internships and job opportunities. Even if we aren't scheduled to visit with your school, we encourage you to explore our career opportunities and apply today.

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Diversity in STEM Events

As a global organization with multidisciplinary talent from all over the world, we believe diversity drives innovation. ASML attends conferences such as the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), Society of Women Engineers (SWE) and Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) to meet exceptional talent. As an annual sponsor for both NSBE and SWE events, we send hiring managers and recruiters to connect with top talent and conduct on-site interviews for US jobs at ASML.

Phd event in the US

PhD Tech and Career Symposium

Apply for a three-day, all-expenses-paid career event that showcases some of the extreme technology challenges we’re currently working on at ASML – and help solve them. During this annual Symposium, ASML hiring managers conduct personal interviews to help participants get to know ASML as a potential employer.

Robotics Day

Join the annual Robotics Day competition, held at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, in December. ASML employees from our Wilton, Connecticut, location go head-to-head against Cornell students to see just who can build the better robot.

ASML Robotics competition