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Research Staff Member-Semiconductor Device

Job IDRES-0617716Job typeFull-time Regular
Work countryUSAPosition typeProfessional
Work cityYorktown Heights,NYPosted22-Apr-2015
TravelNo travelJob areaResearch
Business groupIBM ResearchJob categoryResearch
Business unitRes Sci&TechJob roleResearch Scientist
Job role skillsetElectrical Engineering
Commissionable/Sales-Incentive jobs onlyNo

Job description
IBM Research is seeking candidates in the areas of CMOS device design, and technology-circuit interaction to explore and evaluate technologies for future computing systems.

In particular, the successful candidate will investigate the impact of device and technology innovations on low operating voltage logic and memory systems. This work will require individual initiative to propose and execute experiments as well as significant collaboration with the device, circuits, and systems communities.

A background in semiconductor devices and technology-circuit design is desired as well as a deep understanding of the limits to advanced CMOS logic and memory technologies, and a vision for future microelectronics applications.

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Required
  • Bachelor's Degree
  • English: Intermediate
Preferred
  • Doctorate Degree in Engineering
  • At least 5 years experience in device physics of advanced CMOS technology
  • At least 5 years experience in scaling limits of advanced CMOS technology
  • At least 5 years experience in CMOS device-circuit design tradeoffs
  • English : Fluent
 
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