ASML is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of chip-making equipment.
Our vision is to enable affordable microelectronics that improve the quality of life. To achieve this, our mission is to invent, develop, manufacture and service advanced technology for high-tech lithography, metrology and software solutions for the semiconductor industry.
ASML's guiding principle is continuing Moore's Law towards ever smaller, cheaper, more powerful and energy-efficient semiconductors. This results in increasingly powerful and capable electronics that enable the world to progress within a multitude of fields, including healthcare, technology, communications, energy, mobility, and entertainment.
Working at ASML
We provide the world’s top chipmakers everything they need to create better performing, cheaper semiconductor chips. Simply put: we are an industry leader supporting industry leaders.
As such, you’ll be encouraged to bring your best ideas and act on them. You’ll have the freedom, trust, and support in your field to experiment and solve complex challenges. Things are rarely dull when you’re constantly breaking new ground.
But despite our fast-paced environment at the forefront of tech, we take your work-life balance and wellbeing seriously. A business is only as good as its employees.
So join us, and you’ll be a part of a global collaboration. One that promotes creativity, the inclusion of highly diverse teams, and an exciting and dynamic work environment. Join us, and you’ll be a part of progress.
The Defectivity department is part of the Sector Development & Engineering. Our challenge is to develop, integrate and qualify the EUV systems according to customer specifications, and deliver within time and budget. Do you enjoy using your creativity for the development of a complex system? Do you like solving multi-disciplinary problems? Do you like teamwork, sharing your vision, and interacting with many different disciplines? If so, working at ASML will be a great opportunity for your professional development and personal growth!
The group EUV Wafer Defectivity is responsible for optimizing the system’s performance by providing the means and methods to prevent, detect, analyze, predict, control and eliminate particle contamination sources in the scanner. Furthermore, the group must ensure that the designs of the tools and systems can be industrialized.
The contamination control engineer must be able to:
Masters degree in Physics, Mechanical or Chemical engineering.
An engineer of Wafer Defectivity needs combined knowledge of particle generation processes (materials, coatings, vacuum), particle transport processes (gas flows, inertia) and particle deposition processes (adhesion, bonding).
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2 - 5 years
5 - 10 Years
|Job Location:||Veldhoven, Netherlands|
|Keywords:||datasets, materials, coatings, vacuum|
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