Senior Engineer - Mechanical (Contract) @ NxStage Medical
Bachelors Degree, Mechanical Engineering @
Arizona State University
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The majority of my career has been spent in the Semiconductor Capital Equipment industry working on a variety of projects which have required a great deal of multi-discipline experience. Semiconductor Capital Equipment, by definition, involves a great deal of high level physics, stringent purity and particle standards, and the occasional usage of
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The majority of my career has been spent in the Semiconductor Capital Equipment industry working on a variety of projects which have required a great deal of multi-discipline experience. Semiconductor Capital Equipment, by definition, involves a great deal of high level physics, stringent purity and particle standards, and the occasional usage of uncommon materials.
I have a great deal of experience performing complex analyses which have included Thermal, Stress, Seismic, and Fluid Dynamics. Even though I enjoy performing analyses on complex designs, I still try to remain hands-on by testing and installing many of my own designs. There are some things that cannot be truly understood and accounted for without having handled the tools and installed equipment yourself.
In the past have worked closely with vendors and suppliers to ensure proper specifications are followed and the appropriate parts are specified. If a component doesn't already exist that performs the task required, I have assisted vendors to develop one as well as assist them with marketing the component. I pride myself in creating designs that are both highly reliable as well as Designed For Manufacturability and Assembly.
In the future I would like to work with more experienced engineers across multiple disciplines while also trying to mentor junior engineers in the best practices that they do not teach in school. I am eager to constantly learn more and be able to make worthwhile contributions to an organization.
Mechanical Engineer III @ From July 2015 to Present (6 months) Mechanical Engineer III @ From May 2013 to July 2015 (2 years 3 months) Senior Engineer - Mechanical (Contract) @ NxStage Medical produces the first ever Home Hemodialysis equipment which enables patients to take control of their prescription to better fit their everyday lives as opposed to in-center dialysis. While at NxStage, I worked within their Research group on New Products, working with a small group of engineers. While in this position, I had a great opportunity to mentor Interns and develop their skills to make them contributing members of our team. From June 2013 to October 2013 (5 months) Senior Mechanical Engineer I @ ASML is the world leading supplier of Photolithography equipment for the Semiconductor industry. While I was at ASML I worked on several projects on their latest EUV platform for the 450mm Wafer conversion. These projects ranged from simple tooling to high precision (down to 2um tolerances) to tightly toleranced sensory applications. From December 2012 to June 2013 (7 months) Mechanical Design Engineer II / Project Lead @ I had numerous projects and responsibilities at Axcelis. My first year there my efforts were divided between their Ion Implant Division and their Plasma Ashers/Strippers Division. On fundamental level, the two divisions behaved as two different companies with little cross talk. During this first year, I was given a range of projects while being mentored by a brilliant Technical Lead.
During the remaining time I was given the responsibility of working on and leading a team on large projects. From redesigning a significant portion of the front end of the flagship High Dose Implanter, the Optima HDx to being the sole Mechanical Engineer supporting the flagship High Energy Implanter, the Optima XE. All of these projects had clear visibility to Program Managers and Department Managers. From June 2010 to December 2012 (2 years 7 months) Mechanical Engineer II / Project Manager @ I behaved as a Project Manager and Lead Mechanical Engineer on a project for an international customer. The scope was to create a Proof of Principle Test Stand that would help in the assessment of the customer's next generation RGS Platform. It was a important task and had high visibility by senior staff and investors. I had frequent interactions with customer providing budgets and milestones while managing a small team, juggling both the design tasks as well as management tasks for this customer. From November 2009 to June 2010 (8 months) Mechanical Engineer II @ As a primary engineer at NVI, I both assisted and lead designs for customers on multiple continents. While working on these projects, I have been awarded many opportunities to defend my design to other lead engineers as well as CEO's and company President's alike. During these projects I have personally met with and negotiated deals and prices with vendors for parts that are both necessary and vital for a design's success. From all steps of pioneering a design to checking drawings while being accosted by overly inquisitive vendors, I work hard for my superiors in all my tasks. From March 2008 to June 2010 (2 years 4 months) Reliability Intern @ ASM America is a world leader in Semiconductor capital equipment. While employed here I worked with the Reliability group on a epitaxial line of machinery. Part of my role was to monitor and track the throughput and up-times associated with the demonstration equipment. I also prepared material for and attended weekly project meetings and daily progress meetings. From June 2007 to November 2007 (6 months) Mechanical Engineering Intern @ This division of ATK is a medium caliber ordnance manufacturer. My time spent with them was divided between test and design. The test group was going through various validation tests as well as a qualification test for their latest released product line. Some procedures ranged from endurance tests, environmental tests, dispersion tests, situational tests, and most of all, reliability tests.
During my time in the design team, I was able to work on their latest pre-release product line and help with the redesign of some of the core critical components. From 2005 to 2006 (1 year)
Bachelors Degree, Mechanical Engineering @ Arizona State University From 2003 to 2007 Diploma @ Desert Vista High School From 1998 to 2002 Doug Runt is skilled in: Semiconductors, Solar, FMEA, Testing, Reliability, Solidworks, Matlab, Pro/Engineer, Labview, Finite Element Analysis, CFD, Engineering, Product Development, R&D, Simulation
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