Master thesis: Development of automated TCAD tools for the assessment of electro migration in highly integrated circuits
Advertising institute: ZEA-2 – Electronic Systems
Reference number: D127/2016, Electrical engineering, physics
The Central Institute of Engineering, Electronics and Analytics (ZEA-2 – Electronic Systems) is a scientific technical institute of Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH performing research and development projects in cooperation with the institutes of the research center as well as external partners. The focus of our work is electronic and information technology system solutions in sensor and detektor technology, signal and data processing as well as measurement techniques.
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The NanoTCAD ViDES developers Team is looking for a GUI developer. From their mailing list:
The activity consists in the development of a GUI for the NanoTCAD ViDES code.
Potential candidates must have good programming skills (C, Fortran and Python).
Good background in device physics can represent an added value.
Work is estimated to be completed in 2 month full time equivalent of a skilled programmer.
The activity can be performed remotely, with interaction through online collaboration tools.
More information is available from http://vides.nanodevsim.com/vides/blog-3.
Sandia National Labs is looking for a TCAD software engineer who is a US citizen and is able to get a security clearance. From their description:
We have an immediate technical staff opening for a semiconductor device modeling software developer with expertise in scientific programming for high performance computing. The position emphasizes algorithm design and enhancement to extend the capabilities and increase the efficiency of our large scale, parallel, drift-diffusion solver, which is a C++/object oriented program. The successful candidate will be part of a team of computational scientists and semiconductor device physicists. Additionally, the position requires extensive interaction with experimental and theoretical physicists and research engineers working on characterizing radiation effects in microelectronic devices and the resulting changes to circuit performance.
I was aware that they had a software named Charon, which leveraged a commercial tool. It looks like they may be developing their own replacement. A quick google search revealed a mailing list for their git archives of the tool. It appears the tool has been in development at least since January 2012.
I’ve started a new website at https://www.tcadcentral.com. It is a wiki dedicated to technology computer aided-design. Please check it out, and let me know if you have suggestions, or would like to participate.