ASML Senior Scientist Expert on Scanner Lifetime and Defectivity in Veldhoven, Netherlands
Are you challenged by demanding projects in a multidisciplinary context? Do you have the technical capabilities to provide innovative solutions? Does contributing to the world’s most advanced lithography machines makes you feel responsible and proud? Then this might be the right opportunity for you.
ASML Research department is responsible for the generation of long term value by identifying breakthroughs that fit the roadmap of semiconductor lithography and the lithography related markets. Innovative technical solutions are needed for future expected problems both in EUV systems and DUV systems. Defectivity program is one of the central challenges for scanner physics and tool defectivity, more specifically the overlap between OLT and defectivity.
ASML Research is looking for a Senior Scientist who will be the Expert on Scanner Lifetime and Defectivity.
- Develop a test methodology/protocol for proper screening of materials intended for use in the construction of scanners.
- The work will comprise in synthesizing from the learnings of: plasma modelling, scanner defectivity investigation and experimental plasma-material investigation the needs and steps needed to derive a material testing methodology. This methodology will allow testing faster than 7 years in a representative manner.
- The candidate will also serve as the link between RE and DE/SE to align on progress, needs and steps.
PhD in relevant topic
- 5+ years of ASML experience is preferred.
- Good knowledge and understanding of EUV scanners.
- Good knowledge of the challenges imposed with respect to lifetime of optics, requirements for contamination and defectivity.
- Good communicator
- Used to work in multi-disciplinary team
- Solution minded approach: capable to define solutions within the Research setting, that equally contributes to solutions of problems of various Development & Engineering partners.
Context of the position
ASML Research department is responsible for the generation of long term value by identifying breakthroughs that fit the roadmap of semiconductor lithography and the lithography related markets. We deliver proof of concepts that can be implemented in future products after which these technologies are transferred to the Development and Engineering department of ASML. Our research department is divided into 4 domains, related to (1) mechatronics and control technologies, (2) sensors, metrology and modelling, (3) general physics and chemistry, (4) flow and material processing
The holder of the position is operational within multidisciplinary research projects.
In order to process your application, please send us your updated Cv and your Motivation letter.
For more information about this role, please contact Adriana Perca.
Location: Veldhoven, Netherlands
Experience: 5-10 Experienced
Available since: 2017-07-04
Functional area: Research & Development
Background: Chemistry/Material Science, Physics