We challenge all the modern high tech gadgets we have to do what we want. This challenges the chip-manufactures worldwide to keep up with our demands. ASML is challenged by these companies to provide them with “state of the art” semi-conductor lithography systems.
There are many opportunities within ASML to improve our products. To develop these improvement solutions we need to run simulations on mechanics, optics and water, air or temperature flows.
To be sure we have an improvement we need statistics to proof the new design is better than the old one.
Unfortunately machine parts break down or fail at customer sites, then it is important to have some logic reasoning in order to solve this issue fast in a good way.
John van Dijk is an experienced Design Engineer at ASML image sensors, who will explain where within ASML how and which branches of mathematics are applied.
LinkedIn: John Van Dijk | LinkedIn
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