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LIGENTEC SA, EPFL Innovation Park Batiment C, CH-1015 Lausanne, www.ligentec.com Nanofabrication Process Engineer LIGENTEC is expanding its nanofabrication engineering team. We are looking for a dynamic engineer that enjoys working on established processes. As a nanofabrication engineer in our team, you will have the chance to work on a diverse set of products that can shape the future; from quantum technologies, lidar and life sciences. Start date: available now Your responsibilities: Be part of the process team, working along the head of production. Fabricate photonics chips using established processes. Setup, conduct and document yield improvement and defect reduction experiments. Statistical process control (SPC) data collection and SPC data modelling. Recover fabrication equipment back to specifications. Your profile: Hands on experience on clean room processes such as lithography, dry etching, etc. Open minded, communicative and with critical thinking. Solution and goal oriented. Ability to work in a team and independently. Working proficiency in English. Good command of French is a plus Knowledge of Python, Ledit and Calibre a plus Benefits: A young, dynamic and fast-growing start-up. Flexible working hours. Excellent work environment, walking distance from Lake Geneva and from EPFL metro station. Contact and submit of your application: To submit your application or for further information please contact the hiring manager Gabriele Navickaite per e-mail: [email protected] We look forward to receiving your application documents (resume and motivation letter).

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Microsoft Word - 190129_process_eng.docxLIGENTEC SA, EPFL Innovation Park Batiment C, CH-1015 Lausanne, www.ligentec.com
Nanofabrication Process Engineer LIGENTEC is expanding its nanofabrication engineering team. We are looking for a dynamic engineer that enjoys working on established processes. As a nanofabrication engineer in our team, you will have the chance to work on a diverse set of products that can shape the future; from quantum technologies, lidar and life sciences. Start date: available now Your responsibilities:
• Be part of the process team, working along the head of production. • Fabricate photonics chips using established processes. • Setup, conduct and document yield improvement and defect reduction experiments. • Statistical process control (SPC) data collection and SPC data modelling. • Recover fabrication equipment back to specifications.
Your profile:
• Hands on experience on clean room processes such as lithography, dry etching, etc. • Open minded, communicative and with critical thinking. • Solution and goal oriented. • Ability to work in a team and independently. • Working proficiency in English. • Good command of French is a plus • Knowledge of Python, Ledit and Calibre a plus
Benefits:
• A young, dynamic and fast-growing start-up. • Flexible working hours. • Excellent work environment, walking distance from Lake Geneva and from EPFL metro