Meta AR/VR Job | Hardware Engineer – Device Technology
Citys（岗位城市）: Cork, Ireland
At Meta, we’re developing the future of AR/VR. The Displays and Optics team based in Cork, Ireland is dedicated to developing hardware components for next-generation products. The Devices Team is looking for a Device Integrator with experience across multiple LED material systems who will champion fast-prototyping activities to deliver proofs-of-concepts and prototypes to inform our technology strategy. This role is particularly suited for a highly-motivated and goal-oriented candidate with the ability to thrive in a dynamic research and development environment and complete tasks with reliable consistency, care, safety and attention to detail. Ideal team members are adaptable and resilient, eager to approach unfamiliar problems with curiosity and tenacity, and able to find ways to help our research teams be more efficient.
Bachelor’s degree or higher in physics, chemistry, materials science, or related field
5+ years experience in III-V semiconductor devices, including 3+ years in device integration for optical devices.
3+ years of general hands-on experience in semiconductor wafer fabrication processes.
3+ years of demonstrated success in the development of multiple process flows ranging from experimental short-loop to full device integration.
Understands methodologies used for the introduction of new technologies into existing process flows.
Knowledge and use of structured problem-solving (e.g. DOE, 8D, etc.) to efficiently address challenges.
Design, implement, utilize, and monitor multiple process flows supporting research programs and end-to-end device integration.
Develop modules to enable the integration of research output with existing full process flows.
Align module development program to intersect schemes for new technology injections.
Work with internal and external partners to set direction for end-to-end device integration.
Design and implement experimental work-flows at internal and external research facilities.
Build cross-functional engagements between research, engineering, test and other functions to ensure rapid decision-making.
Leverage structural, electrical and optical characterisation techniques to assess process outcomes and inform device performance.
Support the development and realization of a performance roadmap based on new technology and interaction with existing device designs.
Support technology transfer activities.
PhD in physics, chemistry, materials science, or related field
Experience with the following process modules: epi growth, mirror development, etch.
Experience in the processing and understanding of the challenges associated with both nitride and phosphide material systems.
Experience in a low volume or pilot manufacturing environment.
Prior work in technology transfer of modules and/or flows.
Experience in electro-optical testing and other characterization techniques as a route to analysing device characteristics.
Strong background in semiconductor material science and physics.