The Epitaxial Materials Specialist will support projects involving III-V semiconductor epitaxy and characterization carried out by faculty and research personnel of NPRL. This individual will assist in the daily operation and output of an MOCVD reactor with suitable support from senior personnel. S/he will conduct routine inspection and troubleshooting of process equipment, maintain a database of epitaxial wafers and results and perform material characterization on semiconductor wafers and record data as directed. This individual will assist with inventory of substrates, chemical sources, and spare parts and work with SMFL process engineers and technicians regarding safety and procedures to maintain continuity between the labs and assist SMFL staff with equipment and maintenance as needed. Other duties as assigned.
The NanoPower Research Lab (NPRL) represents a consortium of four RIT faculty from both the Kate Gleason College of Engineering and the College of Science working on applications of nanomaterials in energy and photonics. Research is focused on the development of new materials and devices for power generation and storage as well as novel materials for photonic and optoelectronic applications. Ph.D., Masters, and undergraduate students from over 10 academic programs conduct research under the supervision of our principal investigators and alongside a full-time staff of scientists and research assistants. The laboratories span over 6,000 square feet of research space located within both the Golisano Institute for Sustainability and the Kate Gleason College of Engineering.
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Internal Number: 3799BR
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