|Jan11-06, 08:28 PM||#1|
Generally, what do IC Companies like Intel and IBM hire physicists for? Are they just looking to fill research positions or do we see them on the practical side?
|Jan12-06, 10:27 AM||#2|
Well physicists are needed for the research departments. If you look at the INTEL website, you can consult their high k programme. Many physicists are working on that (i am doing my phd on this). They are also working on deposition techniques, reliability, etc etc. The research institute where i do my phd, ie IMEC has a lot of INTEL assignees that are working on such topics. This research institute has several core partners like INTEL, panasonic, Texas instruments, Philips, ASM,...
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|Jan12-06, 05:20 PM||#3|
Interesting site. Maybe I'll do my PhD there one day!
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