I applied online - interviewed at KLA-Tencor in February 2013.
Interview Details – Applied online through the website and got an email asking a few general questions. Then got another mail regarding interview call. Scheduled an interview and the interview went on for 30 minutes. It was a simple interview with just a resume run-through. The questions were fine.
Interview Question – Nothing unexpected questions as I had expected. Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and interviewed at KLA-Tencor.
Interview Details – Met the HR personnel in Information Session. The first email was about answering some questions. Got a phone interview about 2-3 weeks later. The interview was mostly about my resume and some regular questions, though having a hard time trying to understand the accent.
Interview Question – What do you mean by company culture? View Answer
I applied through college or university and interviewed at KLA-Tencor.
Interview Details – On campus recurting. 30 minute face to face interview
Interview Question – Do you have any experience to apply what you have learn in the class into the real environment? Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 5 months - interviewed at KLA-Tencor in February 2013.
Interview Details – The initial interview took place over the phone after i gave them my information at career fair. The interview lasted approximately 30 minutes. After this point, i was invited down to tour their Milpitis facility. I met with two engineers and the division and program heads and then an offer was made.
Interview Question – What do you see yourself bringing to this company if you are offered a position? Answer Question
Interviewed at KLA-Tencor
Interview Details – Interview process included the following:
- Phone interview
- 3 hr onsite interview with management
- Follow up phone interview
Interview Question – How can you satisfy customer demand and balance the constraints of material availability and manufacturing build capacity? Answer Question
I applied online - interviewed at KLA-Tencor in January 2013.
Interview Details – I got a phone call the other after I submitted my resume on their website. Asked me a few general questions like relocation preference. Told me another phone interview from application manager will be arranged in next two weeks. Very excited!
Interview Question – No Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at KLA-Tencor in June 2012.
Interview Details – Had phone interview first, and went to on-site interview after few days. They provided a presentation and then a test based on their optical technology. Then interviewed with two engineers around 30 minutes each.
Interview Question – The optical test is not easy if you are not familiar with it Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at KLA-Tencor.
Interview Details – Career Fair: Here you hand in your resume and have a chat with representatives about opportunities that would suit you and how the company works
Information Session: Here an official overview about the company is provided and then you can hand in resumes, have in-depth conversations with experienced employees
On-Campus Interview: If shortlisted, you are invited for a reasonably rigorous, tech+behavioral on-campus interview
On-Site Interview: 2-4 candidates are selected for each job to come on site and have a rigorous day of interviewing with team members
Interview Question – Tech question on edge detection in an image:
Here is an image from an optical/SEM tool. The objective is to use this as a reference to compare with other images and find a match. What technique would you use? View Answer
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1 week - interviewed at KLA-Tencor in November 2011.
Interview Details – I posted my resume on linkedin, and a recruiter contacted me through email to schedule a phone call interview. The interview was one week later after I was contacted by the recruiter and it was given by a technique manager of wafer inspection. He started with some general questions about my background (major, minor, classes, etc), then walked through in details about my resume. After that, he asked me some technical questions, and I was stuck on one of them. So basically, it did not go well
Interview Question – some high power LED, and detector related technical questions. Answer Question
I applied through college or university - interviewed at KLA-Tencor in April 2012.
Interview Details – Applied for the position via the University Career Fair. Received a call from the recruiter in a few weeks' time. A phone-in first round of interview was set up with the hiring manager.It was pretty easy and I was selected for the on-site interview at the Headquarters located in Milpitas, California. Had 5 rounds of technical interview with different managers. Was questioned on brain teasers,object oriented design, operating systems, design patterns, SDLC , Java, C#,, C++ etc. It was quite interesting.
The hiring manager got back to me with the offer in about 2 weeks' time. Accepted the offer and went ahead with the 2.5 months' internship. It was a great experience. Overall, a great company to work for, great team, excellent team dynamics and challenging projects.
Interview Question – Your product fails in the client site after deployment. Think of possible reasons (other than environment-related and other common problems) Answer Question
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