HP Incorporated is a market leader in inkjet printer manufacturing. Our Corvallis site is a design center for many of the inkjet printer cartridges sold today. Our mission is to deliver new technology that creates the best quality image and printing experience to our customers. This site is one of the best-equipped analytical labs on the West Coast, including a semiconductor fab, prototype and production facilities, and a sophisticated failure analysis lab.
This intern will have the opportunity to use some of these facilities and to interact with a highly motivated group of product design engineers, researchers, and material scientists covering disciplines including physics, chemistry, and engineering. The selected student will coordinate experiments in groups with a strong staff team that includes process and maintenance technicians as well as operators who work together in cross-disciplinary teams to create some of the most complex MEMS devices on the market. The intern will gain exposure to basic mechanical and/or electrical engineering skills. The primary project will consist of designing mechanical fixtures employed in product processing, as well as performing electrical tests of prototype product circuit designs. Activities required to accomplish that will include information gathering, forming conceptual design(s), reviewing concepts and selected design(s), developing the selected concept to a working design, and making both formal and informal presentation of materials to others. The intern may also construct simple circuitry and test it to learn some fundamentals and test methods. For more information, visit the following webpage: http://www8.hp.com/pt/pt/pdf/HP_PageWide_Technology_Whitepaper_tcm_170_1373163.pdf
The intern will be required to sign a confidentiality/ nondisclosure agreement. The intern will be required to follow standard HP safety and regulatory rules. This position is a wage position and interns will be paid directly from HP.