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Today, semiconductor manufacturing; tomorrow, the world -- of alternative energy sources. Applied Materials is, by far, the world's largest maker of semiconductor production equipment. With its 2006 acquisition of Applied Films, the company moved into the market for equipment used in making solar power cells. Applied's machines vie for supremacy in many segments of the chip-making process, including deposition (layering film on wafers), etching (removing portions of chip material to allow precise construction of circuits), and semiconductor metrology and inspection...
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No Offer – Interviewed in Gloucester, MA Mar 2013 – Reviewed 5 days ago New
Interview Details – After 30 minute phone interview, was called in for serial interview: first with HR then with 4 engineers, each 30 minutes. Questions were general and friendly, and each interviewer asked a technical question, a simple physics problem on paper, asking "how would you approach this?" Overall it seemed… – Full Interview
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