Wednesday, 2 September 2009

Post Doctoral Researcher - Device Physics

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Post Doctoral Researcher - Device Physics



Job ID
RES-0243997
Job type
Full-time Complementary
Work country
USA
Posted
19-Aug-2009
Work city
Yorktown Heights
Job area
Research
Travel
No travel
Job category
Research
Business unit
Res Sci&Tech
Job role
Research Scientist




Job role skillset
Physics


Job description
The position is for a post-doctoral candidate to work on numerical model development for carrier transport in heterostructure tunneling transistors. Specifically the principle responsibilties will be to develop a computer program that self-consistently calculates band-to-band tunneling in a eterojunction tunneling diode, compare the calcuation results with xperiments, and to adjust the physical assumptions in the model to match experiment.

The responsibilities will also be to impelment and develop a 2D version of this code for inclusion into IBM internal device simulation software. Required skills for the position will be a detailed knowledge of semiconductor device physics and carrier transport in semiconductors, numerical modeling techniques, and computer programming. The candidate must be self-motivated and work well in a goal-oriented, team environment.

Required
  • Basic knowledge in computer code development using a high-level programming language such as Fortran
  • Basic knowledge in numerical modeling of solid-state electronic systems
  • Basic knowledge in semiconductor device physics, with an emphasis on band structure and carrier transport
  • English: Intermediate


Preferred
  • Doctorate Degree
  • At least 2 years experience in computer code development using a high-level programming language such as Fortran
  • At least 2 years experience in numerical modeling of solid-state electronic systems
  • At least 1 year experience in semiconductor device physics, with an emphasis on band structure and carrier transport
  • At least 1 year experience in designing experiments, and interpretting experimental data

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