Director of Testing and Verification
Santa Clara, CA, USA | Intel
Industry:Computer Hardware / Consumer Electronics
Job Description:98 people have viewed this job
We are looking an exceptional candidate to work in a challenging, fast paced environment developing next generation optical modules and photonic engines to contribute to Silicon Photonics Product Division's mission to transform and lead datacenter connectivity and enable Intel's differentiation in the networking space.
As the Director of R&D Test and Verification, the individual will be responsible for leading a team of experts for the testing and verification of the integrated optical transceiver chips, components, and modules at 100Gbps, 400Gbps and beyond, plus the sensing devices and co-packaged optical modules. The individual is responsible for defining the test and verification infrastructures, specifications, procedures and carrying out the R&D test and verification based on the chip, component and product-level requirements from technical marketing and design teams, interacting with broad interdisciplinary teams composed of experts in optical devices, electrical ICs, packaging, module design, manufacturing test, quality and reliability, and etc. to deliver products from R&D to high-volume production with superior performance, reliability, cost and time to market advantage.
Masters of Science, Ph.D. or equivalent experience in Electrical or Optical Engineering or closely related field, plus 10+ years of industry experience in optoelectronic devices, fiber optics, optical networking, optical and RF modulation, and data networking architectures.
Demonstrated experiences through successful product development, and effective management of test and validation teams working on complex optoelectronic components, modules and sub-systems.
Required familiarity with physical layer optical transmission systems, modules, TOSA/ROSA, components such as Mach-Zehnder modulators, optical polarization components, and etc.
Proven track record of test and verification experiences of optical chips, modules and subsystems for various operational environments and applications in the optical communication and sensing industry.
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