Maintenance and Equipment Engineers

"We ensure that our equipment runs smoothly to meet evolving production demands."

Julia's Story

Bringing all stakeholders to the table

Having joined Infineon in 2013, Julia became an Engineer for Performance Optimization in 2022 in Regensburg. A curious and persistent mindset makes her the perfect candidate to understand and interpret data from technical production processes. She then supports various teams and projects with the resulting data, reports, and analyses. She is also a member of various process optimization and digitalization teams.

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Tamás' Story

Best business cases for automation

Tamás came to Infineon Cegléd, Hungary, in 2009 as a student. Since 2017, he has been Senior Manager, responsible for leading the automation team in Cegléd as well as the tooling and packing design team. His core task entails defining manufacturing concepts, strategies, and solutions. An executive by nature, he is a solution finder and proud of his career path at Infineon.

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Daniel's Story

On the path to zero defects

In 2013, Daniel joined Infineon at Malacca in Malaysia as a Unit Process Sustaining Engineer – Plating, moving on to the role of Senior Manager Equipment Engineering Metrology & Surface Treatment in 2021. He brings resilience and curiosity to the job, contributing to Infineon’s zero-defect mindset by combining his equipment know-how with his technical process expertise.

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My daily focus is on 2 of 6 production modules at our Regensburg site. For these production parts, I support different teams – especially from maintenance – with data, reports, and analyses. So I need to bring people together and a new challenge awaits me every day.

Julia (M. Sc.) Engineer for Performance Optimization in Regensburg, Germany

Julia's Story

Bringing all stakeholders to the table

Having joined Infineon in 2013, Julia became an Engineer for Performance Optimization in 2022 in Regensburg. A curious and persistent mindset makes her the perfect candidate to understand and interpret data from technical production processes. She then supports various teams and projects with the resulting data, reports, and analyses. She is also a member of various process optimization and digitalization teams.

Julia in five words:

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Working at Infineon means working in a constantly evolving environment. Therefore, you are continually dealing with new and interesting topics and challenges, so you learn something new about technologies, systems, or a new abbreviation almost every day.

My daily focus is on 2 of 6 production modules at our Regensburg site. For these production parts, I support different teams with data, reports, and analyses. In addition, I work on interesting projects to optimize and digitalize our equipment and processes. 

Tableau reports to support other teams, changed processes in our fab after a project, cost savings or elaborate data evaluations – on the basis of which further decisions are made.

Enthusiastic team spirit, successful implementations, seeing how complex it is to produce state-of-the-art chips and visiting other sites.

Bringing all stakeholders from operations, maintenance, and management to the table and finding a common solution to cover all requirements.  

Working in a constantly evolving in-demand tech industry, so you can be sure that your day-to-day work is always changing and never the same.

My position is really exciting and my tasks vary every day. I’m a local team leader within a backend cluster function unit. We work locally as an automation solution provider. My team and I think globally but act locally.

Tamás Senior Manager in Cegléd, Hungary

Tamás' Story

Best business cases for automation

Tamás came to Infineon Cegléd, Hungary, in 2009 as a student. Since 2017, he has been Senior Manager, responsible for leading the automation team in Cegléd as well as the tooling and packing design team. His core task entails defining manufacturing concepts, strategies, and solutions. An executive by nature, he is a solution finder and proud of his career path at Infineon.

Tamás in five words:

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The fact that my team and I can work in an international environment with broad experience, have many opportunities to learn more, and – with new technologies – can develop great new technical solutions capable of creating a better and greener future for everyone. 

My job is to execute the automation roadmap and strategy and to manage individual automation ratio projects (which aim to identify the relationship between the cost and benefits of a project). I also focus on process, material handling, and visual inspection automation, and look to increase productivity at our site through successful, smart automation projects. While managing my pool of resources, I seek to develop all engineers within my team. Ultimately, we leverage our operational knowledge and experience to help reach volume and yield targets. 

My team and I deliver automated solutions for our module production. The outcome is automation projects with positive financial results. In other words, a good business case and efficient resource utilization (e.g. automated frame assembly machine, automated packing line, automated loading/unloading, automated ultrasonic welding (USW) cell). The benefits of our projects include headcount savings, yield improvements, failure analysis report (FAR) reductions, and cost savings for our business unit. 

My team and I contributed to several product transfer and capacity increase projects. To date, we developed various new process systems and processes (vacuum potting machine, automatic pin insertion, riveting and gluing machines). We have successfully delivered many automation projects offering a lot of benefits. And I developed a really great and diverse team in order to execute these projects. 

Biggest challenge is to achieve the best business case for our automation projects. The investments are constantly rising due to higher requirements and the global business situation but the benefits are the same. Also to increase headcount and find the right engineers for my teams.

I am really proud of both of my teams (automation, tooling and packing design teams). I can always count on them, individually and as teams. If we run into problems, they always find a solution. I’m also very proud to work for Infineon. I started as a student writing my diploma thesis. And now I’m able to lead two different teams. This year, I also started an MBA program supported by Infineon.

In my job, I actively contribute to equipment stability and control, thus helping Infineon meet its zero-defect delivery target.

Daniel Senior Manager Equipment Engineering Metrology & Surface Treatment in Malacca, Malaysia

Daniel's Story

On the path to zero defects

In 2013, Daniel joined Infineon at Malacca in Malaysia as a Unit Process Sustaining Engineer – Plating, moving on to the role of Senior Manager Equipment Engineering Metrology & Surface Treatment in 2021. He brings resilience and curiosity to the job, contributing to Infineon’s zero-defect mindset by combining his equipment know-how with his technical process expertise.

Daniel in five words:

StrategicThinker Coach Analyst SportsEnthusiast HealthEvangelist

Infineon creates resilient leaders with a high level of leadership competency. 

My main task is to drive and periodically review a systematic framework for our equipment including the execution environment. This includes equipment preventive maintenance, equipment qualification, equipment improvement, equipment automation, equipment in-situ advanced control, and engineer/technician competency.

As Equipment Engineering Senior Manager, I work closely with the production and engineering teams of experts. My daily focus is on equipment stability. The aim is to reduce unscheduled downtime (UD), increase mean time to assist (MTBA), and fully optimize the overall equipment effectiveness (OEE). The OEE includes metrics such as unscheduled downtime, scheduled downtime and standby, and equipment speed (UPH).

Governing and driving a clear and systematic framework for our equipment together with resilient team members from the equipment engineering and sustaining teams enables us to team up and achieve the best results as measured with equipment indicators such as unscheduled machine downtime and machine alarm reduction.

As Infineon is very big, it can be time-consuming to search for the right function or the right people to align on specific topics. Especially for a newbie, this can be even harder.