The Platform for Advanced Characterisation-Grenoble (PAC-G) of the Nanoelec Technological Research Institute (IRT Nanoelec) is managed in partnership between the European Synchrotron ESRF, the European Neutron Source ILL, CNRS-LPSC and CEA-LETI and includes industrial partners from the microelectronics sector in Grenoble. The aim of PAC-G is to offer state-of-the-art characterisation services to industry. In this framework, an important R&D activity is carried out to develop novel advanced characterisation setups, anticipating the future needs of the community in nano- and micro-electronics.
In particular, as instrumentation engineer, you will be in charge of the design, development, completion and validation of a novel instrumental suite for radiation hardness testing of electronic devices on beamline ID09 of the ESRF. This methodology will be deployed for the investigation of various families of devices based on different semiconductor substrates and architectures.
The work will be carried out in the context of an Innovation-led Long Term Project (iLTP), in collaboration with the ID09 team at the ESRF and in collaboration with leading companies in the microelectronics and aerospace sectors. To fulfill this mission, you will undertake a series of technical tasks, linked with the needs of industrial clients in the business of the production and usage of radiation hard electronic components. You will liaise with the ID09 beamline staff as well as with the Business Development Office and relevant technical support group teams.
Your main duties will be the following:
Fixed-term contract of 36 months maximum.
The salary will be calculated on the basis of relevant qualifications and professional experience.
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