The Research Scientist will be responsible for MOCVD growth of advanced III-V epitaxy wafers used for fabrication of red, blue and green LEDs. The role also expands to wafer characterization as well as fabrication of test devices in order to get both electrical and optical feedback on the epitaxy growth. The individual filling this position is expected to work independently and lead projects, as well as within teams interfacing with other engineers, technicians and/or outside vendors to complete all necessary tasks. In particular close collaboration with the rest of the epitaxy team is critical. The role could expand into ownership of one or more research MOCVD reactors: ensuring high uptime, keep reactor log, trouble shoot reactor issues, and coordinate with tool vendor on maintenance and upgrades.
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