Looking for a full time position in Electrical Engineering with focus on Semiconductor Processing and RF design and testing.
Senior Fabrication Engineer
June 2010 to Present
TLC precision wafer is a spin off from Honeywell where we design and develop advanced semiconductor wafers, MMIC integrated circuits, modules and related products. I am working on Design and Fabrication of millimeter-wave products using of Gallium Arsenide (GaAS) and Indium Phosphide (InP) substrate. I am also working on design and testing of high frequency Transceiver modules.
October 2006 to August 2010
Light Emitting Devices
Working on Light Emitting Diode Using Silicon Quantum Dots in Inorganic Matrix. I am fabricating LED using inorganic materials like Nickel oxide, Aluminum doped Zinc Oxide and Silicon Quantum Dots for Light Emission. Nano particles are produced in non thermal plasma and are further chemically treated so that they can be embedded on the inorganic layers.
Fabricating Sensors for detecting exposure to radiations. These sensors are fabricated by depositing different oxides films so that the charge (electron holes pairs) generated due to the exposure to the radiations, in the oxide films is trapped and the resulting change in built in voltage across the oxide can be used to detect the exposure to radiations.
Designing Labs for Community Colleges
This project is the part of NSF and NNIN to encourage student interests at community colleges towards Semiconductor processing and fabrication, so that they can be further motivated to pursue higher studies in related discipline. I have designed various labs using SEM (Scanning Electron Microscopes) and Sputtering Systems. I have designed a small table top sputtering system that can be used by students at these schools and organized remote sessions where I can further demonstrate more about the semiconductor processes.
Light Emitting Transistor
Light Emitting Transistor using Silicon Quantum Dots in an Organic Matrix. Junction Field Effect Light Emitting Transistors (JFELET) were fabricated using silicon quantum dots and conducting polymers. Light output from the device was controlled by controlling the voltage across the gates. Results were also theoretically proved by simulating the results by using PADRE simulator. PADRE is online simulator previously used by IBM and is now maintained by NNIN.
May 2000 to June 2001
Eureka Forbes Limited, one of the Leading Manufacturer of domestic products in Asia. I was responsible for providing product support and training at various divisions of the company.
1. Design and Fabrication of Hybrid Solar Cell using Germanium Nano particles.
2. Design of MEMS Implantable Blood Pressure Sensor and Drug Delivery Device.
3. Fabrication and Testing of an NMOS Transistor.
4. Design of a Multimeter which measures special functions like: Harmonics, Peak Start up Current, Peak Start up Voltage, VARS, RMS Voltage & Current.
5. Design of ATM/IP conversion in VHDL and it ASIC implementation using Synopsys.
6. Implementation of RC-6 Cryptosystem using VHDL.
Masters in Science
Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics & Communication
Diploma in Electrical Engineering
Worked on fabrication process and equipments for both Semiconductor Materials and Organic Materials like ALD, Sputtering, Photolithography, RIE, Thermal Evaporation, LPCVD, PECVD, E-beam Lithography.
Worked on characterization and testing instruments like Auger Electron Spectroscopy, Ellipsometry, AFM, XPS, Nanospec, Device parameter Analyzer, Spectrometry, C-V Analyzer.
ICED, VHDL, C, JAVA, MYSQL, Pearl, R (Stats Software) Magic, H-Spice, P-CAD, P-Spice. Worked on Xilinx & Synopsys Synthesizer, ModelSim, Synopsys (Scirocco) and Padre Device Simulator.
Fundamentals of MEMS, Principles of Micro fabrication and Thin Film Technology, Transistor Modeling, Biomedical Instrumentation, Nano particle Science and Engineering, Semiconductor Materials and Devices and VLSI Design.