Intern - Electronic Materials (Ref. 19032)
  • Assist senior engineers to synthesis, formulate and to evaluate advanced materials system such as advanced battery materials, printed electronic materials, performance polymers, thermal management materials and luminescent nanomaterials for next generation electronic devices;
  • Collaborate with team to develop of scalable process for the advanced electronic materials;
  • Issue tackling during the process from materials to device/prototype;
  • Characterization of the microstructure of electronic materials and macro properties of the electronic devices fabricated with the materials;
  • Data collection, results analysis of experiments and report preparation; and
  • Participate in all aspects of the development of electronic material and prototype fabrication.
  • Bachelor or Master in Chemical Engineering, Polymer Engineering or Materials Science;
  • Legally permitted to work in Hong Kong and should be a graduate with a first-degree or higher degree from a local university to qualify for the IP-SPC Internship Programme;
  • Fresh graduate is also considered;
  • Experience in hands-on synthesis/process of organic/inorganic materials during courses taken and final year project/thesis preparation;
  • Familiar with general material characterization methodology, SEM, XRD, FTIR, DSC, TGA etc;
  • Experience in joining an important part of supervisor’s UGC/ITF projects is a plus;
  • Experience in project based courses related to prototype fabrication with electronic material is also a plus;
  • A good team player with “Can do” attitude;
  • Good schedule control ability;
  • Able to work under pressure; and
  • Fluent in both Chinese and English.
Salary and Benefits Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Medical and dental benefits as well as annual leave will be provided. Appointment will be offered on a contract basis, renewable subject to mutual agreement and performance.
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