Our mission is to harmonize people and technology to create a better, more unified world. Our vision is to amplify the best parts of you and to advance the human spirit. To achieve these goals, we are committed to building and empowering a diverse team of people and fostering an inclusive culture through our values of unity, innovation, and user centricity.
Magic Leap is looking for Ph.D. , Masters, or Bachelors students to join our team for a 3 month Summer Program for students who are underrepresented in the field of Engineering/Computing. This includes, but is not limited to, those who self-identify as women, African American/Black, Hispanic/Latinx, Native American, Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, Indigenous Peoples, LGBTQI+, active or Veteran service members, and/or persons with a disability. We are committed to empowering and elevating representation, inclusion, and belonging in our workforce and in our pipeline of future researchers and engineers!
In this position you will support the Eyepiece Process R&D team and be exposed to hands-on processing of AR eyepieces (including substrate preparation, lithography, thin film deposition, general eyepiece assembly). A qualified candidate will be able to assist with sample generation, daily process monitoring/critical measurements, and general data analysis. You will be part of daily planning discussions and will contribute directly to activities required for project execution and time-sensitive part delivery. You should be prepared to innovate, provide critical feedback, and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment. Our high functioning team consists of a diverse group of engineers and technicians.
Physical Requirements/Work Environment
This position primarily works in a Class 100 cleanroom environment + wet chemical lab with acid, ultrasonic, and surface treatment equipment. The position may also include working with laser cutters, laminators/adhesives, and special measurement and test methods. The candidate must be able to suit up and wear cleanroom attire for extended periods. The ability to learn to manually handle glass and Si-type substrates + operate process equipment and metrology tools is essential.
This internship will begin in June 2023 and requires physical presence at Magic Leap's office in Austin, TX.
- Experience using manual, semi-automated or automated tools and equipment
- The ability to record processes and record project details (spreadsheet + web based)
- The ability to collect, summarize and communicate data accurately in detailed reports and confidently provide regular verbal updates
- Ability to follow written and verbal directions
- Maintain a positive mindset geared toward growth/continuous improvement
Nice to Haves
- Ability to manually handle wafer substrates of varied sizes and material types
- Experience working with chemicals, using microscopy & surface analysis techniques
- Hands-on semiconductor/nano-fabrication experience, preferably in a clean room environment
- Understand photolithography, thin-films deposition, or adhesive processing
- Ability to analyze and plot/visualize data using JMP/MiniTab
- Ability and desire to learn new processes, evaluate new methods, improve data monitoring and collection tasks
- Basic knowledge of typical nano-fabrication processes (CVD, Etch, Litho, Dep, Cleans, Diffusion)
- Must have finished the first two years of a degree program while working towards graduation with a 4-year degree in chemistry, physics, engineering, or applied sciences
- All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines
Location: Austin, TX
Country: United States