- San Francisco, CA, United States
- Silicon Valley, CA, United States
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What You’ll Do
The Process Engineer will be working full time in the cleanroom to conduct micro and nanofabrication on novel projects and ideas related to Leia’s core backlight displays. The engineer will work under the direction of Leia’s Nano Center Nano-optics’ team leader and senior scientists to:
Perform basic layout designs for nano- and micro-fabrication of Leia’s devices. Perform R&D tests and experiments Collect and analyze experimental data Address technical challenges experienced by our R&D facility and production facility Participate and support senior engineers on relevant research and development projects in nano-/micro-fabrication and process engineering. Specifically, The engineer is expected to be familiar with layout design tools including K-Layout, L-Edit, use and run advance nano-/micro-fabrication tools for R&D purposes: Run Track, Run Stepper, Run Spin-coater, Run Mask Aligner, Run Etcher for process engineer developments The engineer needs to be able to support all process engineering requirements to Leia’s mass production Imprints The engineer should be able to perform basic optical metrology including SEM, AFM and profilometer
This role is based in Palo Alto, CA
What You’ll Have Hands-on experience with layout design, optical process flow Able to manage and balance a multi-disciplinary project with composure and low ego Proven record of being consistent, meticulous and detailed in completing assigned tasks Self-motivation and commitment to fulfilling projects and deliverables in a timely fashion Comfortable in supporting a fast-pace R&D environment Strong team player with excellent interpersonal communication skills Ability to follow lab instructions safely and precisely 2+ years of industrial experience. Nice to Have Experience with display-related advanced fabrication Experience with advanced optical measurements Boredom is the enemy!
When was the last time technology genuinely surprised you?
When was the last time you held something in your hands that felt new and exciting?
When did you last say WOW?
We don't try to put life onto screens; we bring screens to life through interactive, immersive, and immediate 3D Lightfield experiences. In a world of passive viewing, Leia is a breakthrough. Instead of telling you about this future, we’ve built it.
Come join a team that’s ready to redefine the digital experiences of tomorrow!
What We Offer
In order to assemble top talent to help realize this mission, Leia offers our employees:
Competitive Compensation Package Medical, Dental, and Vision Plan Retirement Savings Plan 401(k) Catered lunch and dinner daily (Dependent on Location) Stocked kitchen with healthy (and unhealthy) snacks and beverages Onsite workout facility (Dependent on Location)
Leia Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Candidates are evaluated without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, disability, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal or state law.
At Leia our driving purpose is to Light up Life. Screens come alive in richer, deeper, more beautiful ways. Flipping seamlessly between 2D and 3D we make mobile experiences truly immersive: no glasses, no tracking, no fuss. Alongside our display technology we are developing Leia Loft™ — a whole new canvas. A space to create, share and experience holographic content in entirely new ways.
Leia Inc. was founded by David Fattal, Pierre-Emmanuel Evreux and Zhen Peng and is headquartered in Menlo Park, California.
We value action and agility, and try to avoid process for-the-sake of process. While some of our teams choose to use certain processes, we generally allow teams the freedom to self-manage. Engineers are empowered to make product decisions and guide the roadmap.
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