Thin Film Electronics ASA (Ticker: THIN.OL) delivers electronics for ultra-high-volume, cost-sensitive applications. We use roll-to-roll printing to manufacture electronics, introducing intelligence where it has never before been possible—at a cost-per-function unmatched by any other electronic technology.
Our team is in growth mode and we are looking for a Sr./Staff Process Development Engineer, to join our Unit Process and Module Integration team – within a printed electronics Roll to Roll process platform. This position requires a track record of process development and technical innovation, taking complex modules and new tools from R&D to production.
The candidate should be able to define and execute process requirements and lead cross functional teams which may include ink, print, integration and product personnel to develop robust modules. A strong working knowledge of statistical techniques and design of experiments is essential.
Responsibilities include ownership of process issues and driving defectivity down to ensure high yields. The candidate is expected to work hands-on in a manufacturing environment analyzing electrical and physical data combined with failure analysis to ensure root cause resolution of problems.
Desired Skills & Experience:
MS ( PhD preferred) in an engineering/physical science discipline (chemical, electrical, mechanical, materials science, applied physics).
Deep experience with contact, proximity and projection lithography
Experience with layer deposition and etch techniques
Minimum of 5-10 years of industry experience working in printed electronics, semiconductors, or new materials integration
Initiative and strong attention to detail
Working knowledge of semiconductor devices and test structure analysis
Roll to roll familiarity desirable
Working knowledge of mask aligners, mask design, overlay
Working knowledge of track and manual resist application, pattern development , strip, and associated issues.
Working knowledge of adhesion and profile control
Working knowledge of resist chemistry and familiarity in choosing the proper resist chemicals to achieve a desir output