R&D Test Engineer

Applied Optoelectronics, Inc. (AOI)

Full Time
Houston, TX
Posted 2 months ago

Department: Chip R&D
Job Code: RD Chip 1804

SUMMARY

AOI is a leading supplier of high-speed semiconductor laser and components used in fiber optical communications. We are looking for a highly motivated optoelectronics device test engineer. The RD Test Engineer’s primary responsibility is the characterizations of semiconductor lasers to support high-speed and high power new laser products development in a young & dynamic RD team. This position requires test, data analysis, and some programming.

JOB DUTIES

•  Perform electrical and optical characterizations of semiconductor laser diodes, such as DC test of laser power, current, voltage, and optical spectrum; RF test of laser small signal modulation and fiber optical transmission test
•  DC and RF test on wafer, bar, and individual packaged device levels in a cleanroom environment for various RD projects
•  Deriving test plans and test setup for new products, data analysis, and creating summary report
•  Supervising a small group of technicians
•  May also be required to provide technical supports to product managers.

EDUCATION

BS with >2 years working experience, MS or PhD in Electrical Engineering, Applied Physics or Optics

EXPERIENCE

•  New graduates are acceptable with appropriate academic experience
•  >2 years industrial experience in semiconductor laser or other related optoelectronics or electronics device testing is preferred.

OTHERS

•  Strong written and verbal communication skills
•  Demonstrated proficiency in experimental techniques
•  Careful and detail oriented
•  Good data analysis skills and troubleshooting abilities
•  Familiar with LabVIEW programming and database is a plus
•  Relevant knowledge in semiconductor lasers is preferred

LOCATION

Houston, Tx

 

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Job Features

Job CategoryData Management, Document Control, Engineering, Optoelectronics

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