Mechanical Engineering Internship : Additive Manufacturing technology for sensor parts
Location Veldhoven, Netherlands Degree Bachelor Experience No experience (Student) Team Job Category Mechanical engineering Reference req30905
Are you a bachelor or master student with a background in Mechanical Engineering? Are you a student with a solution-oriented approach and genuine interest in Additive Manufacturing technologies?
Then this internship could be interesting for you!
The group SensorsMechanics is part of the cluster Mechanical Development and is responsible forthe design of optical sensor systems, like interferometers and image sensors.
Amain requirement of these sensors is that they show an excellent thermal anddynamic behavior and have a very high stability performance.
All sensorsoperate in an ultraclean environment and sometimes under vacuum conditions. Inorder to achieve this set of performances, also the intended manufacturingmethods for specific parts are taken into account during the design process.
Although Additive Manufacturing (AM) methods are getting more and more commonpractice for the industry, the incorporation of this manufacturing method isnot yet in our standard design toolbox for several reasons.
Your task willbe to select, together with some ASML engineers, one or more parts from ourcurrently produced sensors. These potentially will qualify to be manufacturedusing an Additive Manufacturing technology and which can benefit from it.
Basedon this selection and the known risks and characteristics of specific AMtechnologies, you make a first iteration redesign and have it manufactured as ademonstrator.
The aim of this internship is to demonstrate to designers the potentialadvantages of AM for sensor parts.
As a result youwill be required to :
Pleasenote that we can only consider students who are enrolled at a school for the entireduration of the internship.
Changethe world one nanometer at a time
Become anintern at a Dutch company that’s a global industry leader. You’ll gain valuableexperience in a highly innovative environment one that sparks yourimagination and creativity.
In addition to a monthly internship allowance ofmaximum €500 (plus a possible housing or travel allowance), you’ll getpractical guidance from experts in the field and the chance to work in andexperience a dynamic team environment.
ASML : be part of progress
ASML is a high-techcompany headquartered in the Netherlands. We manufacture the complexlithography machines that chipmakers use to produce integratedcircuits, or computer chips.
What we do is at the heartof all the electronic devices that keep us informed, entertained andconnected. Every day, you use electronics that simply wouldn’t exist withoutour machines.
Behind ASML’s innovations are engineers whothink ahead. The people who work at our company include some of the mostcreative minds in physics, electrical engineering, mathematics, chemistry,mechatronics, optics, mechanical engineering, and computer science and softwareengineering.
We believewe can always do better. We believe the winning idea can come from anyone. Welove what we do not because it’s easy, but because it’s hard.
Students : getting ready for real-world R&D
We’re a global team of about 29,000 peopleof 120 different nationalities and counting. Headquartered in Europe’s top techhub, the Brainport Eindhoven region in the Netherlands, ouroperations are spread across Europe, Asia and the US.
In such anenvironment, your colleagues may be sitting next door, or they could bethousands of kilometers away in a different country or even working for adifferent company.
Aninternship at ASML is the opportunity to get to know not only the world ofindustrial-strength R&D, but yourself you’ll discover just what excitesyou most.
Will you design a part of the machine, or make sure it gets built tothe tightest possible specifications? Will you write software that drives thesystem to its best performance, or work side-by-side with the engineers of ourcustomers in a fab, optimizing a system to the requirements of the customer?
How willyou be part of progress?