The mask metrology group at Intel is looking for someone who is primarily a software engineer but also who preferably has some background in other relevant areas of science/engineering to work on nanometer-scale computer vision and metrology applications. Responsibilities include programming for an existing application that analyzes design data and generates recipes for various metrology tools and also algorithm development and programming for CD-SEM image analysis. While we have a few people in our department currently supporting our internally-developed software this position is not in a software group and requires someone willing to work relatively independently, helping to define requirements, implementing new features and helping to ensure that the software is reliable.
The ideal candidate would be someone with several years of experience in C/C++, experience with unix/linux and windows development environments, and experience working on large software projects. Familiarity with C++/STL, multithreaded programming and Perl is preferred. Any background in science or math would be helpful.
PhD degree in engineering or science with graduation date less than 18 months ago
US citizenship or permanent resident card
At least 2-3 years of experience with C++
Experience writing software for signal/image processing applications
Experience working on at least one large software project
A strong interest in developing reliable software that solves real problems in manufacturing