ASML is a Dutch high-tech company and one of the main suppliers of machines for the semiconductor industry, in particular steppers and scanners, which are used in the manufacture of chips. Customers are mostly chip producers. ASML's head office and business complex is located in Veldhoven, where both research and development and assembly takes place in cleanrooms. The company also has sixty service points in fourteen countries to support the installation and delivery of machines and spare parts.
ASML originated from a joint venture of ASM International and Koninklijke Philips. ASML delivers worldwide, but most of its customers are based in Asia. In 2011, 66% of sales were generated in that region, 25% in the United States and just under 9% in Europe. The largest customer was responsible for a quarter of the total turnover. ASML's main supplier is Zeiss, a manufacturer of lenses and optical components. Zeiss's share in ASML's total procurement costs is slightly less than 30%. Due to the great mutual interests, both companies have entered into a strategic alliance; it can only be broken if one of the parties gives notice three years in advance. ASML spends a lot of money on research and development
Are responsibility and ownership your key strengths?
Can you translate (high-level) performance requirements into a robust design and do you take the lead in getting technical issues solved? Do you see the big picture without missing the important details? Do you place the team’s goals first? Then we want to get in touch with you.
ASML’s Development and Engineering (D&E) sector is responsible for the specification, design
and integration of the ASML machines. In this sector, the department of Machine Conditioning
DUV Scanner (MC DE DUV SCN), specifies, designs and does the functional integration of the
various (sub-)modules and architectures related to the Flow and Thermal domains. The
department consists of discipline- and function-oriented groups where emphasis lies on
particular knowledge/skills, architecture or modules in ASML machines.
In the position of Designer Engineer, you are responsible for the conceptualization, detailed
design and technical product documentation (drawings and other required documents for
manufacturing) of Flow and Thermal (sub-)modules. You contribute to an important part of the
Flow and Thermal design of ASML’s lithography tools!
The work consists of a translation of overall system design into a Flow and Thermal design that
meets the agreed requirements for the new Wafer Stage project. Design qualification and
proving that the design is working as intended during the specification phase is another
-3D modeling and drawings using Siemens NX software, and implementation of Engineering
Change(s) using Siemens Team Center.
-Creation and validation of new concepts: steer concept design choice, organize and prepare
-Give input (design effort) for planning for modules and sub-modules.
-Optimization of the design.
-Solve issues: propose solution and implementation plan.
-Supplier contact for design and drawing reviews on manufacturability
(via Supply QualityEngineer).
-Definition and execution of final tests to verify the specifications.
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