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  • Spin Transfer Technologies - MRAM Device Characterization Scientist/Engineer

    Job Locations US-CA-Fremont
    Posted Date 4 months ago(6/14/2018 4:20 PM)
    Job ID
    Spin Transfer Technologies
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  • Overview



    Spin Transfer Technologies (STT) is focused on the development of novel magnetoresistive random access memory (MRAM) technologies and devices in collaboration with New York University researchers and industry partners.


    As an MRAM Device Characterization Scientist/Engineer you will be part of a highly motivated, dynamic and fast moving team developing spin transfer torque magneto-resistive random access memory (STT-MRAM).


    • Collection and interpretation of electrical and magnetic test data from both individual devices as well as large statistical samples from memory arrays
    • Analysis and evaluation of test data to constantly improve the performance of STT-MRAM devices
    • Reporting and presenting test results to the other teams within the company
    • Development of advanced MRAM characterization techniques to constantly improve test and characterization capabilities
    • Interacting closely with magnetic thin film, device fabrication and chip design teams


    • M.S. or Ph.D. in Physics or Electrical Engineering
    • Strong background in solid state physics and devices, with proven expertise in magnetism, MRAM devices, and/or spintronics preferred
    • Significant experience with electrical test and measurement systems
    • Some experience with Labview programming required
    • Strong presentation and communication skills
    • Familiarity with statistical data analysis methods, experience with SAS JMP preferred

    Spin Transfer Technologies is committed to providing equal opportunity for all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual preference/orientation, gender identity or expression, age, marital status, national origin, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or any other protected classification under applicable law.


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