The PIC Technology Architect is responsible for aligning the Photonics technology roadmap between the product roadmap. The person in this role will work with the Si wafer processing and device teams to identify new process modules needed and new devices needed. This role will work with the management team to ensure execution of the new development programs needed to support the technology and product roadmaps.
*This list is not all inclusive. Additional duties will be assigned as needed.
Create functional requirements for PICs needed in product development programs;
Work with Si Photonics and III-V Process team to align process capabilities with technology and product roadmap;
Work with Si Photonics and III-V Device teams to align device performance capabilities with technology roadmap and product roadmap;
Work with optical systems engineers to align PIC requirements and roadmaps with customer needs;
Identify and specify PIC process and device programs to align technology roadmap with product roadmap;
Perform PIC system level simulations, measurements and characterization;
Support product development programs as expert advisor.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
PhD in Photonics or related field with 7+ years of Si Photonic PIC design and test experience
Simulation and modeling passive and active photonic devices
Design, tapeout and testing of PICs
Familiar with system aspect uses of PICs
Technical interactions with outside partners and suppliers
Familiar with wafer level processing of PICs (Si and III-V)
Must have work permit and no restriction to work on the technologies above
Role-specific Values: Innovation, Good Problem Solving, Pro-Active/Takes Initiative, Good Judgement/Sense of Priority, Good Communication/Presentation, Flexibility/Adaptability Company values: Customers, Results, Innovation, Excellence, Teamwork
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: RP1157
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