Interested in a job in the US at ASML?

I am on the look-out for good people again. This time in the US.

Remember – I left IBM (involuntarily) and started working at ASML at the end of 2016, first in a technical IT role but nowadays as an IT Group Leader focusing on providing services and solutions in Virtual Product Development (VPD) and Engineering Simulation (simulation driven design) toward our internal customers (mechanical, fluid dynamics, optical and multi-physics engineering, and research).

Need I remind you? ASML is all over the news these days, labeled the “linchpin of the electronics industry“. It is an exciting company to work for, and the amount of work we do is rapidly expanding as a result of two years of COVID19 pandemic and the resulting increase in demand for consumer electronics and computer chips. As a company we are at the forefront of lithography innovation with our EUV machines (Extreme Ultra Violet laser powered).
See this one-minute intro video for instance:

The complexity of our machines keeps increasing, and with it the demand for smart IT solutions that enable our engineers and researchers to perform more and bigger model simulations in less time. But also we need to address the needs of our customer support and operations divisions to use Machine Learning in order to become more predictive about our machines’ performance in the field.
I manage a couple of Agile IT teams that form an Agile Release Train and work together with our Engineering colleagues to improve their Simulation Workspace (VDI client, HPC cluster, masses of storage all placed in the Data Center and connected with high-bandwidth network).
I posted about open positions in my Veldhoven (Netherlands) teams last year (btw there are still open positions in my Dutch teams), and I am now bringing my latest vacancies to your attention. These are openings in the US, not in the Netherlands, but you would be closely collaborating with your Agile team members both in the US and in the Netherlands!

I’ll come to the point: for our IT Agile Release Train I have two job openings in the US: one for our SIMS team, one for our HPDA team.

  • The SIMS (Simulation Services) team vacancy is for an “IT Support Engineer – Engineering Simulation“. See the online profile for all the job details.  The location is Wilton, CT and you would be required to come to the ASML office so you will have to live in the region.
  • The HPDA (High Performance & Data Analytics) team has a vacancy for a “High Performance Computing (HPC) System Administrator” where you have a choice of office: either San Diego (CA) or Wilton (CT). We operate a High Performance Compute cluster in both these areas. Check out the job profile to get more details. This job also requires you to come to the office.

Feel free to ask below in the comments section about further background info.

Hope this is of interest to someone!
Eric

3 thoughts on “Interested in a job in the US at ASML?

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    Google-Chrome

    Release 100.0.4896.127

    Cannot login to wellsfargo.com

    Enter username, password, & click submit button. Screen redraws. The username & password fields are cleared prompting for input again. No error messages. Perusal of the chrome_debug.log after starting with command line options –enable-logging –v=1 shows no obvious issue (novice speaking here).

    Normal expected mode. Fill login data & click submit leads to 2factor-verification prompt screen.

    Observed on Lenovo P15 with Fedora 35, Slackware linux 15.0 (separate partitions) and on a Lenovo X390 running Fedora 36 in Gnome 42 GUI. With this same hardware, Firefox 91.8 & 99.0 function flawlessly; Fedora 35 Chromium 93.0.4577.63 also behaves properly.

    Curiously, no problem on my Motorola Android cell phone using this release!

    All earlier releases prior to 100…127 worked fine.

    Please address this serious problem as soon as possible.

    Thank you.


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      Your question is posted below an article with zero relevance to Google or Chromium. Next time, look for a relevant post where you can add your comment. For instance, my previous post: https://alien.slackbook.org/blog/chromium-100-out-of-band-security-update-addresses-again-a-single-vulnerability/
      Second, “Please address this serious problem as soon as possible”… who do you think I am?
      If you have a functional issue with a new version of Chromium (un-googled or not) which you experience in multiple distributions, not just Slackware, the right place to ask for a fix is on the Chromium bugtracker: https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/list



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