Over 8 years of Experienced Professional with expertise in Hardware Design and Verification development, embedded software development.
Experience in RTL Design, Synthesis, Simulation and Verification of digital systems.
Expertise in modeling tools like Matlab/Simulink.
Verification experience using System Verilog, and assertions, Randomization.
Experience as a Mechanical Designer & Manufacturing Engineer for over 10 years
Strong technical skills in product development and manufacturing support, in various production environments
Design experience includes die-cast, plastic (injection molded, casted and extruded), forgings, sheet metal and machined parts
Diverse computer skills that include SolidWorks and Microsoft Office
Product/Test Engineering - NPI and sustaining activities on mixed-signal, non-volatile memory, high-voltage DMOS technologies, analog electronics and consumer products, involving characterization, qualification, failure analysis and yield enhancement. Test program generation for production, characterization and reliability using in both ATE and C/Python-based PC test equipment environments. Proficient in functional testing & parametric power analysis as well as statistical analysis using DataPower, Syntricity, SQL & JMP. Arduino processor board programming and Solidworks experience.
Looking over past year’s stories, it should be clear to anyone that the semiconductor industry encountered big wins and new challenges in 2018. The industry enjoyed consistent revenue growth, new machine learning models tackled creative artificial intelligence (AI) applications, and the Internet of Things continued to profoundly change the way we interact with tech. But with these all new inventions and knowledge, the potential is just starting.
The smell of pine trees, patches of fresh snow, and brightly lit decorations mean the winter holidays are just around the corner. But exciting industry happenings aren’t over yet. As we near the end of 2018, let’s look back at the top events and news to take place in the semiconductor space.
In this article, we’ll give you the latest rundown of industry news and breakthroughs that happened in the fourth quarter of 2018.
After months of recruiting and hiring top engineering candidates, it’s finally the time of year where you can look forward to a well-deserved break. But while the holidays are a great time to cash in those vacation days, it’s also a golden opportunity to discover and hire the best candidates.
Don’t let the best engineering candidates go cold over the holidays. With less competition and a dedicated candidate pool in the winter season, it makes good business sense to maximize your efforts before you ring in the new year. Stay proactive and finish the year off strong by adopting these tactics into your holiday hiring agenda.