Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Compact modeling postdoc position at Institute of Electron Technology (Warsaw, Poland)

The Division of Silicon Microsystem and Nanostructure (http://www.ite.waw.pl/en/Z02.php) at Institute of Electron Technology (http://www.ite.waw.pl/en/index.php), Warsaw, Poland is seeking an experienced researcher for a position in the frame of a European Marie Curie Project.

Area of work
The researcher will work in the area of compact modelling of multi-gate MOSFETs. Two main topics should be covered during the researcher stay in ITE:
- development of parameter extraction methods for multi-gate MOS devices, using I-V, C-V, G-V characteristics of sets of devices, and based on combination of global optimization (constrained or unconstrained) and local fitting approaches,
- development of parameter extraction methods based on electrical characteristics of sets of multi-gate MOS devices, which account for parameters fluctuations within a wafer; (example: extraction of MOSFETs size variations DW, DL due to systematic and/or statistic photolithography and other processes fluctuations).

The work will be done in collaboration with a leading European semiconductor foundry, and leading modelling and characterization groups from European universities.

Contract details
Temporary contract, duration 20 months, full time, starting date 1 October 2009. This postdoc post is funded by the Marie-Curie European Compact Modelling network. The net monthly salary is more than 2200 Euro/month.

Application deadline: 31 August 2009.

Contact: Dr. Daniel Tomaszewski, email: dtomasz@ite.waw.pl

Candidates should possess either
- a Ph.D. degree or
- a M.Sc. or Dipl.-Ing. Degree and at least 4 years of research experience
in electrical engineering, preferably in semiconductor microelectronics.

Good skills in written and spoken English are mandatory.

Desirable is research experience in the following areas:
- Compact modeling of MOS devices
- Characterization methods of MOS devices
- Numerical simulation of MOS devices
- Numerical methods
- Programming

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