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D&E - YieldStar Sensor Optical Design Engineer - Linkou
Research & development
In a nutshell
Research & development
Introduction to the job
Within ASML, the Satellite team works closely with counterparts located in ASML Wilton office in CT, US, and is responsible for the products including YS Sensor, DUV and EUV modules. The team is also the representative of the Wilton team in Asia area to handle design changes, issue escalation and resolution in field and factory.
This job vacancy is specific for YS Sensor product.
The holder of the position reports to the WT DE I&OM C LF Satellite Team department manager in Linkou office.
Role and responsibilities
We are mainlyresponsible for mechanical, electrical, software and mechatronics issue andprovide the decent solution to external and internal customer.
We areseeking a Physicist/ Engineer with preference to optical engineering to supportand develop optical/photonic sensor systems used within ASML’s product.
As a Wilton YSSensor Optical DE in Asia, our responsibility is to offer timely support toany sensor escalation for Internal and External customers to prevent systemlong down and sensor swap.
On top ofescalation, support NPI sensor design & integration in WLT & LF andoffer thoroughly issue investigation and design solution for AIR is also yourresponsibility.
The Wilton YS Sensor DE in TW is responsible for the following:
Resolve YS Sensor structural issues with clear problem definition, containment, & timely structural solutions implementation.
Conduct RCA for defect sensors/parts and present detailed findings within 1~2 weeks of receiving the part.
Deliver the functional specification (EPS/design spec), design proposal (EDS), test specification (TPS) and qualification document (TAR) of AIR issue.
Communicate upward and downward on regular basis for driving issue resolution.
Understand proper escalation paths to appropriate stakeholders and acts accordingly.
Present and highlight relevant information to key stakeholders to get technical decision buy-in.
Flexibility for international travel and facilitator night calls is required.
Deliver Sensor SW script with Matlab.
Able to do optic simulation with optical SW( Code V/Zemax)
10%~15% travel flexibility is required.
Education and experience
Master’s or PHD’s degree in Optic Engineering or Physicsrelevant background.
Minimum 3+ years work/design experience is preferred.
Working at the cutting edge of tech, you’ll always have new challenges and new problems to solve – and working together is the only way to do that. You won’t work in a silo. Instead, you’ll be part of a creative, dynamic work environment where you’ll collaborate with supportive colleagues. There is always space for creative and unique points of view. You’ll have the flexibility and trust to choose how best to tackle tasks and solve problems.
To thrive in this job, you’ll need the following skills:
Strong technical leadership and influencing skills
Strong communication skills in English
Matlab coding capability is preferred.
Optic simulation software capability is preferred.
Team player and goal oriented.
Capable of presenting/managing project/issue with ‘Global/Helicopter’ overview.
Strong ownership and high flexibility for onsite support.
Diversity & Inclusion
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