Operated specialized and standard equipment such as SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope), Xray, Parametric Analyzer, and CSAM tool(C-mode Scanning Acoustic Microscopy) to do visual inspection and determine the area of unit failure to localize debug procedures.
Collected and compiled data results at different test conditions to be presented to customers at strict deadlines for immediate product batch disposition
Handled and closed customer returns cases using visual inspection (non-abrasive tests), running system tests and die-level tests.
Used assembly language for program writing, to minimize the length of the test without sacrificing its robustness in catching failing units which were included in the Test Program that helped reduced the defects per million, and freed up more space for more tests
Created a step that was included in the process flow which helped in the reduction of customer return cases
Managed validation set-up, communicated with the vendor, and worked with product engineers in the procurement of product conversion kits, software updates and the program integration for a specific product line
Set-up tools and prepared worksheets to be used for students in their laboratory exercises
Calibrated, repaired and soldered electronic equipment such as multitester (Volt-Ohm Meter), oscilloscopes and signal generators to save costs from purchasing new probes/parts
Managed tools and equipment inventory used for tracking down items at hand and items to be purchased or replaced