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As an Optical Proximity Correction (OPC) engineer, you will work in Micron’s reticle data preparation organization to process reticle design data through OPC enabling our Production and R&D fabs to print on wafer using photolithography as intended by the Designers.
Aside from running reticle data through correction, you will also be expected to develop processes, automated verifications, and systems to support OPC processing.
Working in Micron’s MaskTech department, OPC Engineers collaborate cross-functionally with Design, Process Integration, Mask Development, Scribe, Lithography, Tapeout Operations, Mask Shop and Fab.
Your responsibilities will encompass a broad range of teams to ensure inputs and outputs to the tapeout process are accurate and of the highest quality.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following :
Drive OPC Jobdeck development and process flow execution
Work independently with the Mask and Litho Development team to advocate the use of best-known methods (BKM)
Apply project management skills to projects and demonstrate the ability to exchange complex information with customers
Evaluate optical proximity correction process issues and execute provided solutions
Implement improvements in toolsets or processes to reduce cost, errors, cycle time, while increasing quality throughput
Understand OPC recipes and resolve the issues to ensure a quality production environment
Develop OPC recipe codes to test new ideas and solutions
Coordinate with Mask Litho engineers to develop new OPC flows and offer solutions
Communicate clearly to management and stakeholders on highly complex information
Document and report issues to related groups
Troubleshooting with strong problem-solving skills to drive problems to resolution; identify and manage risks
Facilitate effective meetings with key stakeholders
Successful candidates for this position will have :
Proven track record in working with people
Linux operating system familiarity is desirable
Outstanding interpersonal and teamwork skills
Excellent organizational, multi-tasking and management skills
High degree of self-initiative and ability to work under tight timeframes and be able to react to changing, sometimes competing priorities in a timely fashion
Programming skill (python, perl) is a plus
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite applications
Layout viewer (i.e. K2View) experience; DF2 database layout experience is ideal
Basic understanding of semiconductor manufacturing technologies (basic CMOS understanding is desirable)
Basic understanding of lithography and photo masks
Experience working with off-shore teams (US and Japan desirable)
Strong verbal and written ability in English
Bachelor's or Master's in EE or related science discipline
Minimum two years experience in the semiconductor industry