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We are looking for a design engineer that takes the challenge to design, test and integrate,
together with the project team, the illumination function into our EUV scanners. Job Mission
As a design engineer in the EUV Optical Column development department you will be operating in a fast paced and multidisciplinary environment in the 3400 illumination project.
You will be part of the 3400 ILL project team and contribute to deliver the EUV illumination function. The illumination function comprises both HW (illuminator, alignment sensor), functional SW (e.g., alignment in the scanner and to the source, measurement and calibration of optical properties, mechatronic behavior (thermal & dynamic stability) and performance qualification.
As the first NXE3400 scanner with its illuminator has just been shipped, we are looking for a design engineer that likes to start in the illumination competence with executing and finalizing design verification work and solving of machine issues related to illumination. This will allow you to learn the illumination function broadly, putting you in a position to shift to design work later in time (either for additional functionality to the 3400 ILL or for a new illuminator). In order to fulfill this role you need to align within the team on design and integration aspects and collaborate with different competences within ASML to get the designs qualified and issues solved. Also, it is relevant to make sure the interests of the EUV factory and the CS sectors are properly covered. Using your technical knowledge, analytical thinking and people skills you will work closely together with the project team and interfacing projects and sectors. Job Description
Your main responsibilities are:
Test and qualify part of the illumination function
Document the qualification results
Solve illumination issues, interact with local teams of customer support.
Support creation and updating of proofbook database on illumination performance, analyze and interpret data and present conclusions and recommendations
Develop / improve on off-line tooling (MATLAB) for data analysis
Incidental travel to customers may be required (few weeks per year) Education
Master’s degree or PhD in physics / optics, mechatronics, or related. Experience
Some experience ( >2 years) in a multidisciplinary environment related to design and
integration of complex systems is needed, preferably with a focus on / clear contributions
to optical or mechatronic system design. Experience with MATLAB is a pro. Personal skills
The following personal skills are crucial to a successful execution:
Ability to think on a functional level and link this to HW and SW designs
Ability to analyze and integrate functions in complex systems
Ability to switch between complex matters and high-level conclusions, ability to
convey these in an understandable fashion.
Team player with ability to build network towards other parts of the ASML
Self-propelling, showing initiative and drive
Flexible, result driven and committed
Good analytical skills and drive for quality. Context of the position
Within ASML, the Sector Development and Engineering (D&E) is responsible for the
planning, development, and delivery of integrated solutions that meet business
requirements. This responsibility also includes the specification of trade-offs across
The department DE EUV Optical Column is responsible for delivery of the illumination,
dose control, projection and imaging metrology functions for EUV.
supplies resources, means and methods and technology to ensure these deliveries in all
the different product phases.
The holder of this position is reporting to the ED EUV DE OC Illumination & Dose
Control Group Leader.