Openings at Genus
wong at ee.stanford.edu
Mon Sep 25 13:23:22 PDT 2000
Please contact Bruce if you are interested.
>From: "Roberts, Bruce" <BRoberts at GENUS.COM>
>To: "'swong at ee.stanford.edu, simonwong at ee.stanford.edu'"
> <wong at ee.stanford.edu>,
> >, "'wong at ee.stanford.edu'" <wong at ee.stanford.edu>
>Cc: "Motroni, John" <JMotroni at GENUS.COM>
>Subject: Follow-up on our conversation of last week regarding students...
>Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2000 16:53:50 -0700
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>Simon, thank you for taking the brief time out to talk with me last week. As
>I mentioned I am the VP & GM of the Tungsten Products group here at Genus.
>As you know we manufacture CVD equipment for the manufacturing of ICs. I
>have some openings for process development engineers and at our rate of
>growth I foresee a continuing need through all of next year.
>My openings are threefold; summer interns, co-op students, and graduating
>For interns & co-ops the tasks would be supporting senior engineers in
>devising experiments, running experiments, analyzing results, and
>recommending actions based on those tests. These would be selected so that
>they could be completed within the timeframe of their work assignment.
>Backgrounds would be materials science, chemical engineering, chemistry, or
>electrical engineer/physics with an emphasis on materials. Their are also
>some mechanical engineering type positions available within the hardware
>For graduating engineers, their main tasks would be a much higher level than
>those of the interns/co-ops with the addition of specific accountable tasks.
>These include new applications for existing films, new film developments,
>and improvement of the existing process/tool system.
>The preference would be for someone who has had exposure to the IC/IC
>equipment industry or within your microelectronics lab.
>I appreciate your time in advance and look for to gaining some mutual
>VP & GM - Tungsten Products
>(408) 747-7140 x1180
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