Laboratory Director – Microsystems, Modules & Components

Laboratory Director – Microsystems, Modules & Components
Institute of Microelectronics
Singapore, SGP
Position Type: Full Time
Relocation Provided: Yes

Job Description:
The laboratory has diverse research programs in multi-functional System-in-Package technologies; including 3-D (e.g., TSV), wafer level, bio- and physical-MEMS and photonic device packaging. You are expected:

To lead and direct a large team in setting its technology directions, developing its technology roadmap
To manage the resources needed for the effective running of the laboratory to spearhead the group to be one of the top few in the world
To build up a strong intellectual property portfolios in patent and publication
To establish high visibility and reputation for the organization
To establish and support cross-disciplinary projects with other Laboratories and programmes (e.g., BioE, Photonics, Electronics, MEMS)
To co-ordinate and foster collaborative research with industry & academia
To closely work with industry in developing commercial applications of IME’s research outcomes. To be responsible for the recruitment and development of the R & D talent
To train postgraduate students with high quality research projects,


A PhD in microelectronics or equivalent discipline with an outstanding record of high quality research and its industrial applications;
A proven capacity to provide leadership; a demonstrated ability to develop and manage research programs in relevant areas;
Interpersonal skills in communication with industry and academics;
Strong planning and execution capabilities;
Industrial experience would be added advantage.
Application Info:
Please sendl us your full resume, including current and expected salaries, relevant experience and contact number(s).

Interested candidates are encouraged to visit our website at to find out more about IME, to ensure there is a match between their interest and our research areas.



~ by vascoteixeira on August 26, 2008.

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