Advanced Technology Device Integration & Mask Engineer
A Device Integration Engineer translates designs to process flow defining the mask levels with emphasis on mask design and mask generation. As a part of the Advanced Technology Team at BRIDG, you will be working in an industry leading state-of-the-art manufacturing research facility focused on technology and process development in specialty imagers.
• Collaborate with process and design engineers to develop and verify design rules for various specialty technologies
• Provide physical design and layout of functional devices, process characterization monitors and lithography wafer fab align mark features to all design requirements.
• Aggregation of device, process characterization monitors and lithography wafer fab align marks to photomask chip frame and tape-out to photomask vendors.
• Apply knowledge of semiconductor processing and process integration to develop new technologies and to transfer new processes.
• Collaborate with leading industry and academic institutions and provide capability for proof of concept, custom development, and pilot production in various semiconductor technologies.
• Establish and maintain mask design standard cell libraries specific to every process technology at BRIDG.
• Other job duties as designed.
Master’s degree in an appropriate area of specialization; or a bachelor’s degree in an appropriate area of specialization and two years of appropriate experience. May be required to be a Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Florida.
• Semiconductor Process and Technology Development.
• Success in multi-functional process and design teams.
• Understanding the challenges and opportunities facing multiple alternative technologies.
• Project management.
• Interfacing with and providing foundry services.
• Semiconductor layout and mask making experience.
• Experience with Cadence Virtuoso and Mentor Graphics Caliber layout and design rule checking tools.
Located in NeoCity, a 500-acre technology district in Osceola County near Kissimmee, BRIDG is an industry-led consortium for advanced sensors, optics and photonics and other advanced manufacturing devices, focusing on the development of innovative manufacturable processes, materials and equipment for next-generation smart sensors and other future high-tech products. Supported by Osceola County, the University of Central Florida and the Florida High Tech Corridor Council, BRIDG facilitates the connection between innovation and industry and “bridges” the innovation development gap that makes commercialization possible. BRIDG is initially targeting the mega-growth technologies that will lead to over 50 billion smart sensors and imagers predicted by 2020, transforming the way humans interact with the world every day.
Learn more at http://GoBRIDG.com.