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Samsung Semiconductor Inc. (SSI) is advancing the world’s technology. As a leader in Memory, System, LSI and LCD technologies, our US teams contribute to breakthroughs in 5G, SOC, memory and display. By seeking the diverse perspectives of our counterparts around the world, we collaborate to make a global impact. We are looking for team members who share our commitment to learning and growth as well as our desire to build personal connections along the way.

SSI is headquartered in the heart of Silicon Valley and is a wholly-owned U.S. subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.- the #1 employer in the world (Forbes, Oct 2020) and top patent-holder in the U.S. Want to advance the world’s technology with us?

JOB TITLE/REQ ID/LOCATION:

Job Title: Principal Device Integration Engineer

Req ID : 40051

Location: San Jose, CA 

INSIDE THIS BUSINESS GROUP:

The Samsung Device Lab (SDL) develops simulation solutions for advanced semiconductor manufacturing technology requirements. The Device Lab was initiated in January 2011 and is based in Silicon Valley. The lab focuses on the development of Technology Computer Aided Design (TCAD) models and simulation software for deploying advanced manufacturing processes for semiconductor devices and materials. SDL supports logic, memory and LED technology development, as well as the development of compact models for advanced logic and memory technology.

In addition, the teams of top engineering talent at the lab conduct pioneering TCAD-based device research on extremely low-power applications, and advanced model and metrology development for the Optical Proximity Correction (OPC) used in semiconductor device manufacturing.

OVERVIEW & IMPACT:

We are looking for experienced technologists who will independently research and explore future logic technology paths, capabilities, and applications. Exploration areas include transistors, interconnects, embedded memories, new innovations in process, materials, and integration schemes, as well as design/system-technology optimization (DTCO).

The candidate will be a key technical member of the Logic Pathfinding group, part of the Samsung Semiconductor Inc (SSI) Device Lab in San Jose.  He or she will join a team of experts in researching and evaluating advanced technology options, and assisting in knowledge / technology transfer to the Samsung Logic Technology Development (TD) in Korea. The successful candidate will be responsible for researching and evaluating new device architectures, materials, and integration schemes to meet the need of sub-5nm technology nodes.  The candidate should have strong understanding of state-of-the-art device integration implementations, key challenges, and device scaling limitations.  The candidate should have excellent communication skills, and be able to collaborate with and guide multiple organizations, including research consortia, to develop internal benchmarking needed in developing a technology roadmap.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Analysis of new device architectures, materials, and integrations schemes
  • Develop internal benchmarking capability based on available data, modeling, or learning from multiple sources, and create assessments to share with internal R&D team
  • Develop realistic PPAC (power, performance, area, and cost) analysis for new technology options

QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIRED SKILLS:

  • PhD in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering or related fields and 15+ years of industry experience
  • Develop and assess new CMOS device structures, new device materials / integration, and new logic architectures (e.g. “Beyond Moore” devices and memory)
  • Develop speculative integration schemes and process assumptions based on promising device and interconnect options
  • Understanding of FEOL and BEOL process flows

Additionally, we look for the following universal qualities in all candidates:

  • Resourceful Achiever: self-driven and proactive, you apply logic and reason to effectively solve problems and manage risks.
  • Avid Learner: you eagerly take on new challenges and seek out opportunities to grow and stretch
  • Passionate Owner: you are energized by your work, taking ownership and delivering results without ego
  • Committed Collaborator: with a positive attitude and commitment to get to the best result, you welcome ideas from others and drive processes forward in an inclusive manner

 PREFERRED SKILLS: 

  • Experience in designing logic test structures and using process emulators (e.g. Coventor)
  • Experience in developing / assessing 3D IC integration schemes
  • Experience in device reliability assessment
  • Experience in guiding research consortia funded by the semiconductor industry and / or academic research in the field of device exploration

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Samsung Semiconductor Inc (SSI), an equal opportunity employer, is a world leader in Memory, System LSI, and LCD technologies. Headquartered in San Jose, California, SSI is a wholly-owned U.S. subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.- one of the largest semiconductor manufacturer in the world and the industry's volume and technology leader in DRAM, NAND Flash, SSDs, mobile DRAM and graphics memory. It is one of the largest providers of system logic, imaging and LED lighting solutions, as well as providing advanced process design and manufacturing for fabless companies. Samsung Semiconductor, Inc. also has a research and innovation center with numerous labs providing product design and research in: logic, memory, image sensors, displays and mobile technologies. In addition, the company supports Samsung Display Company, the largest producer of LCD and OLED displays. SSI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is SSI’s policy to comply with all applicable national, state and local laws pertaining to nondiscrimination and equal opportunity, and hiring decisions are made accordingly.
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