Work closely with the R&D and operational team to develop new equipment and successfully identify high potential products according to customer's requests
Develop processing receipt according to customer's requests
Strong material processing background is preferred. Experienced in single crystals, thin-film coating, sample preparation, and Lithium-ion batteries is a bonus
This is a full time and long term position with full benefit - Health/Dental/Vision & 401K
OPT will be considered; H1B visa for excellence
About MTI Corporation
MTI Corporation has been providing a total solution for materials research labs since 1995.
MTI supplies ceramic, crystal, metallic substrates from A-Z and Nano-powder.
MTI also provides laboratory R&D equipment including alloy melting, casting, annealing, sectioning, polishing, mixing machines, high temperature muffle and tube furnaces, pressing machines, film coaters, high vacuum systems, high-pressure furnaces, RTP furnaces, hydrogen furnaces, equipment for battery and energy materials research, as well as compact XRD/XRF for Metallographic analysis and the Amorphous Metallic Material Research Equipment.
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