30+ days ago - req24124
Sr Design Engineer Image Sensor
Research & development
In a nutshell
Research & development
Do you have the technical capabilities to develop and industrialize state-of-the-art optical sensors?Do you have other technical skills that will enable you to succeed in a highly multidisciplinary environment? And do you have a true teamwork attitude that will empower everyone in the team to contribute to solving highly complex technical challenges of ASML’s latest EUV machines which are the future of Lithography. If so, we need to talk.
We have several exciting career opportunities in our Sensors department. This is one of the most vital departments in ASML, because it helps enable us to continuously improve our key business drivers of overlay, imaging, focus and throughput.
You will be expected to be flexible, ambitious, and eager to develop yourself. That’s because you will work in close cooperation with colleagues from many disciplines inside and outside ASML. To be successful you must help build a strong sense of teamwork by understanding your colleagues’ roles and their challenges. That’s also why strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills are crucial in this dynamic environment. You will also manage ASML internal stakeholders, and will be in contact with suppliers and other external parties where needed.
This is a highly challenging role and offers many opportunities for professional triumph and job satisfaction.
As Design Engineer in our Sensors department you will be a key player in a multidisciplinary environment that further develops the current and next generation optical image and level sensors. You will need to demonstrate your skills and knowledge in several of the following activities:
-Analysis and modeling of the performance of our leading-edge optical sensors systems
-Definition of specifications to meet the required system performance
-Generate effective and creative optical solutions for improving the sensor performance
-Development of opto-mechanical tools required during install and setup of the sensor
-Integration, calibration and test of the optical sensors in our lithography systems
-Cooperate in modeling and experimental verification of sensor performance
-Support the production of these sensors and its use by the final customers
Technical University, MSc or PhD in physics or engineering.
-Talented MSc or PhD candidates, preferably experienced in industry and working in multidisciplinary teams
-Proven experience or affinity with optics; preferably experienced with optical simulation tools
-Solid background on design of experiments, data analysis and presentation
-Experience with hardware development
-Experience with data analysis using MATLAB, or similar software tooling
-Takes the initiative, creative and is willing to learn and adapt quickly
-Flexible and committed team player
-Pragmatic attitude, result orientation with an analytical view.
-Excellent command of the English language.
-Strong communication skills, knows how to convey complex topics in an understandable fashion.
Context of the position
The Sensors department is responsible for the development and maintenance of complex sensors in the ASML systems. We aim to continuously improve our key business drivers of overlay, imaging, focus and throughput.
Examples of our sensors are the position measurement systems of the wafer stage and the reticle stage, the wafer alignment system which measures the horizontal position of the wafer using markers on the wafer, the level sensor which measures a vertical map of the wafer and image sensors which measure the position and quality of the projected image.
Please know that several of our Sensor development groups are expanding. After receiving your application we will look at your profile and see if we can match it with existing positions. We will contact you as soon as there is a suitable opportunity.
Please submit your resume and cover letter when applying for this position.
*This position requires access to U.S. controlled technology, as defined in the United States Export Administration Regulations. Qualified candidates must be legally authorized to access such U.S. controlled technology prior to beginning work. Business demands may require ASML to proceed with applicants who are immediately eligible to access U.S. controlled technology.