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R&D Emerging Memory Process Integration Engineer

Req Id: 119186 

As a Process Integration Engineer working in the R&D Emerging Memory Technology Group at Micron, you will be working in an industry leading 300mm R&D facility on technology which enables future memory scaling.  You will engage with efforts focused on the performance and manufacturability of Emerging Memory Technology.  Areas of concentration will include Integration and Circuit issues specific to memories such as PCM, RRAM, STT, Nanotube, 3D, Crosspoint, FBC, etc. 


In addition to a broad basis of Process Integration knowledge, the engineer in this role is also required to have device physics expertise and will contribute to the development of Emerging Memory specific devices.  A thorough understanding of Semiconductor Device Physics including CMOS, bipolar, diodes, etc. is expected.  Significant interaction with simulation, modeling, characterization, and reliability groups is expected.


Responsibilities will include evaluation of in-line, probe, parametric, and back end data.  Design and management of experiments run in the R&D Fab is required.


This position requires creative problem solving skills focused on optimizing process flows which enable future memory chip integration.  As an integral part of  R&D, you will engage with numerous cross-functional teams including Process Development, Product Engineering, Design, Yield Enhancement, Advanced Mask, Probe, etc. to arrive at solutions to yield and margin issues.



  • The ideal candidate will have a thorough knowledge of mainstream memory technologies such as DRAM, NAND, NOR, & SRAM acquired through significant industry experience. 
  •  Expertise in device physics is required. 
  •  Understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing alternative memory technologies is expected. 
  •  The individual should be very familiar with both Process Integration & Circuit/Architecture issues as they relate to memory. 
  •  Proficiency with data analysis, DOE, and statistical techniques is assumed.
  •  Success in our multi-tasking team environment requires excellent communication, organizational, and team building skills.



MS or PhD in Electrical Engineering, Physics, or other related technical field is required.



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Full time
Boise, ID 83701, US