As a senior applications development engineer, I was involved in several key feature definitions of KLA-Tencor's eDR-7280 SEM Review product. Being a subject matter expert in SEM Imaging, Defect Discovery and product applications, I was instrumental in identifying the key customer use cases & challenges and defining the product to cater those. I was a key contributor in the characterization, in house product demonstration and the adoption at customer sites for the eDR-7280 product. I am currently working on product definition & leading the applications and characterization of the next generation EBeam Inspection and review product
As an Applications Development Engineer at EBEAM division of KLA-Tencor, I was responsible for supporting KLA-Tencor's wafer inspection and review products. During my tenure at KLA-Tencor India, I worked on several projects related to characterization, alpha & beta testing and field adoption of KLA-Tencor's eDR7xxx SEM Review product series. In addition, I managed several in-house customer demonstrations and head-to-head (H2H) activities at customer facilities. I was also responsible for generating best known method documents and other training material and transferring product knowledge to KLA-Tencor's worldwide Field Applications team. Worked closely with many organizations including engineering, sales and marketing within KLA-Tencor and with customer engineers outside KLA-Tencor.
Modeling Germanium Transistors - (Graduate Project)
Developed a semiconductor device simulator capable of calculating
Simulator for Metal Nano-Crystal Flash Memories - (Undergraduate Project)
Developed a simulator to efficiently simulate the charge and potential distribution in the transistors of Metal Nano Crystal Flash memory devices. Used Finite Element/Volume Method with Gelarkin technique to solve the Poisson equation in the device. The simulator was >10X faster compared to the previously used simulators using less efficient finite difference methods
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