Components Research Lab Ferro-electric FET Engineer Intern
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Intel

10,001+ employees

Computer chip manufacturer
Company Overview
Intel's mission is to create world-changing technology that improves the life of every person on the planet. The company is the world's largest manufacturer by revenue of semiconductor chips for computing.
Hardware
Industrial & Manufacturing

Company Stage

Series C

Total Funding

$82.2M

Founded

1999

Headquarters

Santa Clara, California

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

Infinity%

1 year growth

-3%

2 year growth

Infinity%
Locations
Hillsboro, OR, USA
Experience Level
Intern
Desired Skills
Agile
CategoriesNew
Product
Requirements
  • Highly motivated individual willing to work under pressure and deliver high quality results on time. Problem-solving and analytical skills
  • Effective prioritization and time management skills. Stakeholder management, collaboration, tolerance for ambiguity, and critical thinking
  • Teamwork ethics
  • Willing to work in an agile work environment with a fast-paced task flow
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Must be pursuing a PhD degree in Electrical Engineering, Physics or Materials Science
  • Familiarity with Perovskites and/or ferroelectrics
Responsibilities
  • Intel's Technology Development Component Research (TD CR) delivers innovative semiconductor and packaging technologies research and development. The group focuses on unique, enabling capabilities across all aspects of Intel's semiconductor processing and packaging roadmap
  • Components Research engineers are responsible for leading programs to design, fabricate and analyze novel devices/interconnects/patterning, materials, and integration schemes across a wide variety of novel applications
  • The Components Research (CR) team is looking for a passionate intern to join our team as a ferro-electric FET engineer intern working in CR's coupon line in the areas both device fabrication and electrical characterization. The coupon line enables the early evaluation and dispositioning of new technologies in a primarily lab environment. Final scoping of project will be determined based on intern experience and business needs
  • The ideal candidate should exhibit the following behavioral traits:
Desired Qualifications
  • Have a proven track record of role modelling safety in the lab environment
  • Experience in the operation and/or maintenance of semiconductor equipment in either a fab or lab environment
  • Experience in the research and development of ferro-electic materials, device fabrication and device characterization in a fab or lab environment
  • Willing to work in a lab and clean room environment, wearing GorTex gowns, booties, safety glasses, gloves