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Process Assistant Thin Film Devices (temporary assignment via interim)

Research & development - Leuven | More than two weeks ago

Imec’s Sensors and Actuators Technologies department is developing electronics on various substrates for integration into tomorrow’s displays, imagers and biomedical applications. In this growing R&D activity, we are currently looking for an interim process engineer to support our thin film device developments. The successful candidate will actively participate in the processing of novel thin-film photodetectors.

Process Assistant thin film devices (interim)

The assignment

  • Follow-up of process runs under the supervision of the responsible project leader or scientist;
  • Deposition of thin films from solution and vacuum, using in particular tools like spin-coating, physical or chemical vapor deposition and atomic-layer deposition.;
  • Photolithographic patterning of the deposited layers.;
  • Physical and optical characterization of the deposited layers and realized devices;
  • Regular reporting in a consistent and rigorous way.

Required knowledge and skills

  • You have a bachelor’s degree or higher in chemistry, nanotechnology or equivalent.
  • Experience with processing in a high-tech laboratory environment, such as a semiconductor-industry fab.
  • Experience with Matlab, python or excel macro is a plus.
  • You like working within a team and can schedule your work according to deadlines and deliverables.
  • Given the international character of imec, a good knowledge of English is mandatory.
  • You are creative and like thinking with the engineers to solve problems.
  • You take initiative and work independently, while being part of a team.
  • You are result-driven and flexible to meet stringent deadlines with quality output.
  • You are flexible to accept new challenges in the future, and to evolve together with the changing R&D demands of our high-tech environment.
  • The imec environment requires a good team player with competent communication and reporting skills.

Duration of the assignment

  • 1 year

Desired startdate and work regime

  • Starting date : March 1st 2021
  • Fulltime


  • Leuven