Optical Transceiver Engineer

Applied Materials

Applied Materials

10,001+ employees

Materials engineering for chips & displays

Industrial & Manufacturing

$140,000 - $192,500

Bonus, Stock Award Program

Junior, Mid

Santa Clara, CA, USA

  • Master's Degree
  • 4 - 7 Years
  • Experience in transceiver technologies
  • Experience with high-speed IC
  • Fluent English language
  • Experience in optics industry
  • Responsible for the design of high-speed optical transceiver
  • Product engineering from initiation to general availability
  • Assure design for performance, manufacturability, and cost
  • Select Components for analog, digital, optical, and high-speed application
  • Create Schematic and layout circuits at high speeds
  • Work with test and firmware engineering in the development of transceivers
  • Work with foundries to co-design and get PICs made
  • Carry on Design Verification Tests (DVT)
  • Write technical reports

Applied Materials stands at the forefront of materials engineering for semiconductor and display manufacturing, offering a unique value proposition through its ability to engineer materials with precision at the atomic level, which is critical for the production of cutting-edge chips and advanced displays. Their expertise in scaling these processes to industrial volumes gives them a competitive edge, as it directly addresses the high-demand, fast-paced evolution of the tech industry. The company's commitment to enabling technological advancements positions it as a key player in shaping the future of electronics, making it an attractive workplace for those interested in contributing to the next wave of tech innovation.

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Santa Clara, California



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