Martin-Kovac

Martin Kovacs

Applications Scientist, Semilab

Martin is an applications scientist at Semilab Semiconductor Physics Laboratory Co. Ltd., where he leads a dynamic team in conducting cutting-edge R&D activities as part of the Optical Expert Department.

Martin received his MSc in Physics from the BME, focusing on optics and photonics.

Currently, he is working as an applications scientist at Semilab Semiconductor Physics Laboratory Co. Ltd., where he leads a dynamic team in conducting cutting-edge R&D activities as part of the Optical Expert Department. His primary focus revolves around harnessing the power of COMSOL Multiphysics, utilizing it for a wide array of simulations ranging from mechanical vibration analyses to the propagation of microwaves.

Semilab provides state-of-the-art metrology solutions for semiconductor device manufacturers, both in-line and R&D segments. Semilab is the world leader in non-contact electrical metrology, as well as contact type and optical technologies. The compony is a strategic metrology supplier and innovation partner of the leading wafer manufacturers, IC device makers, and solar and display industries worldwide.

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