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Position Title: Semiconductor Processing & Packaging: Post-Doctoral Study

Company: Phononic Devices, Inc.

Short Description: Management is looking for a proactive self starter to contribute to the development, characterization and device-related processing of semiconductor materials for thermoelectric cooling and energy harvesting applications. The candidate must possess strong chemical and materials engineering background, communications skills and project management expertise in order to:

About Phononic Devices, Inc.: Phononic Devices, headquartered in Cary, North Carolina, is commercializing advanced thermoelectric materials and devices that are expected to dramatically improve the efficiency of heat-to-electric energy conversion. With the exclusive access to intellectual property from the University of Oklahoma, their approach combines enhanced thermopower with a thermally insulating and manufacturing-friendly thin-film semiconductor platform. Phononic Devices is funded by Venrock and Oak Investment Partners and was recently awarded a $3 million grant from ARPA-E.  For more information, please visit www.phononicdevices.com.

Date Posted: 02/15/10


Position Title: MBE/Epi Growth Processing: Post-Doctoral Study

Company: Phononic Devices, Inc.

Short Description: Management is looking for a proactive self starter to contribute to the growth, characterization and processing of advanced semiconductor materials for thermoelectric devices. The candidate must have a strong background in materials science, physics and epi growth techniques to include MOCVD and MBE to:

About Phononic Devices, Inc.: Phononic Devices, headquartered in Cary, North Carolina, is commercializing advanced thermoelectric materials and devices that are expected to dramatically improve the efficiency of heat-to-electric energy conversion. With the exclusive access to intellectual property from the University of Oklahoma, their approach combines enhanced thermopower with a thermally insulating and manufacturing-friendly thin-film semiconductor platform. Phononic Devices is funded by Venrock and Oak Investment Partners and was recently awarded a $3 million grant from ARPA-E.  For more information, please visit www.phononicdevices.com.

Date Posted: 02/15/10


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