25 days ago - req30909

Electron Optics Design Engineer

Research & development


In a nutshell


San Jose - CA, US


Research & development


0-2 years



Job Category


Introduction to the job

The mission of a Senior Electron Optics Design Engineer is to design Electron Optics system/submodules for the state of the art e-Beam inspection tool. As an Electron Optics Design Engineer, you will design, develop, test, analyze, and implement sub-functions and modules to meet requirements of specified applications.

Role and responsibilities

As an Electron Optics Design Engineer for electron beam system, you will perform a variety of engineering tasks including designing, developing, testing, analyzing, troubleshooting and function implementing electron optics modules as you create and evaluate designs to meet requirements of specified applications.

Design electron optics modules andsub-system of the e-beam inspection tool according to system specification,from concept design to final release for high volume manufacturing;
Make design documents from system level tomodule level, demonstrating design specification and design principles,details, interfaces according to ASML design process;
Perform necessary simulations and calculationsneeded for electron optics module design, including thermal, vacuum, highvoltage, dynamics, mechanical Finite Element Method analysis, etc.
Leaddesign reviews, error budget development, risk assessment and mitigation,design and execution of experiments, verification processes, validationprocesses. Provide effective presentation and written evaluations tocommunicate concepts, designs, test results, etc.
Workwith vendors and consultants to develop, analyze and fabricate componentsand sub-assemblies. Trouble shoot and solve problems during parts/modulefabrication process;
Deeplyinvolve in integration and testing for electron optics system/subsystem,conducting trouble shooting and verifying the design to ensure highquality implementation of designed modules;
Transferdesign to manufacturing by providing necessary technical processingdocuments. Technical support to manufacturing team to finish the technicaltransition from design to mass production;
Newtechnology study and development, providing possibilities of new conceptdesign for electron optics modules for future innovation.

Education and experience

Master’s degree with at least two years of experience or PhD with 0 years of experience in physics, optics, material, mechanical is preferred.

At least 2+years of hands-on, relevant, work related experience on a semiconductormechanical product is desired.
Musthave good understanding of physics and mechanics.
StrongHands-on skill and trouble-shooting ability;
Must be proficient with 3D modeling & 2Ddetailed drawings using Solidworks and NX.
Experiencein designing parts and assemblies for ultra-high vacuum is preferred;
Experiencein designing parts and assemblies for high voltage environment ispreferred;
Knowledgewith materials and material selection, manufacturing and cleaningprocesses used for making components for electron beam inspection systems.
Abilityto perform structural and thermal Finite Element Analysis using NX orComsol.
Goodcapability to evaluate and work with outside contractors, consultants, andmachine shops.
Experience in designing,fabrication, and testing of mechanical, electro-mechanical modules, andrelated system interfaces for capital equipment tools is preferred.
Experience in product lifecyclemanagement tools, Siemens TeamCenter desired.

Diversity & Inclusion

ASML is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values and respects the importance of a diverse and inclusive workforce. It is the policy of the company to recruit, hire, train and promote persons in all job titles without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity. We recognize that diversity and inclusion is a driving force in the success of our company.

Other information

EOE AA M/F/Veteran/Disability

Need to know more about applying for a job at ASML? Read our frequently asked questions.

Learn more about this job