European Pilot Line for Indium Phosphide Photonic Integrated Circuits
InPulse - a new European Pilot Line - offers European businesses direct access to state of the art InP PIC manufacturing. Today, InP photonic integrated circuit (PIC) technology is exploited by a restricted number of specialized vertically integrated companies. Designers with promising ideas hit the wall since they do not have access to a fab, cannot afford the high costs of customized processes and do not have the PIC know-how to tailor designs to their own needs. InPulse creates the tools and technology to enable businesses to innovate for themselves with state of the art design and test tools in a fabless and labless environment. Tens of European businesses are ready for the challenge, Europe, and the InPulse consortium in particular, is in a pole position in terms of technology know-how to launch tens of PIC-enabled development programs across multiple market sectors.
The consortium includes sixteen leading European players in InP PIC technology, cooperating in a 17.4Meuro (14.3Meuro subsidy) program over four years to establish a sustainable industrial eco-system.
Operations will provide users a clear point of contact, and ensure clear interoperability between multiple CAD suppliers, manufacturers, designers and assembly experts, creating a virtual business for PIC development services.
An added advantage will be an extensive network within the semiconductor and high-tech industry, and a familiarity with EC programs and reporting methods.
We offer a challenging job at a dynamic and ambitious university through a fixed-term appointment for a period of two years which may be extendible. As an employee of the university you will receive a competitive salary as well as excellent employment conditions (salary and benefits are in accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities).
The university offers an attractive package of fringe benefits such as excellent technical infrastructure, savings schemes and sports facilities.
More information on employment conditions can be found here: https://www.tue.nl/en/working-at-tue/why-tue/compensation-and-benefits/.
For more information about the position and any informal enquiries, please contact prof.dr. Kevin Williams (Group Manager), (K.A.Williams[at]tue.nl).
For additional questions regarding employment conditions you can contact Paul Hulsen (HR Advisor), (p.h.w.hulsen[at]tue.nl)
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