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Here are the top semiconductor engineers for hire

Posted on June 3, 2020 by Jack Trompert

For many, the severity of the economic stress caused by the pandemic can be a tough pill to swallow. But in the midst of a dire economic picture, wise engineering leaders recognize that it’s crucial to build the strongest team possible for long-term success. When the impact of technology is undeniably complex and essential, it’s vital to have a team of professionals with the skills and careful attention required to get the job done. 

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The importance of energy efficiency in semiconductor operations

Posted on May 20, 2020 by Jack Trompert

As semiconductor technology evolves, it takes more energy to manufacture them. Smaller, faster, and affordable technology require more process steps and cleaner manufacturing rooms. This means increased energy from HVAC systems and manufacturing process tools. And since large semiconductor manufacturing facilities can consume up to 100 megawatt hours of energy per hour, energy consumption can account for 5 percent to 30 percent of their total operating costs.

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What you need to know about 5G in 2020

Posted on May 7, 2020 by Jack Trompert

In the past few years, fifth-generation (5G) technology has made headlines as one of the most powerful transformations in digital technology. Capable of creating a real-time internet, 5G enables a new kind of network designed to connect virtually every machine at instant speeds and capacities. In 2020, however, a number of changes have altered the course of its development. Let’s follow up on what’s happening in the 5G space now and in the future:

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The most critical biomedical applications now and in the future

Posted on April 22, 2020 by Jack Trompert

In recent years, healthcare practices have become more advanced, reliable, and accurate. Now, hospitals and clinics around the world benefit from modern medical equipment like telehealth monitoring systems and biosensors. Still, the work of patient care, disease prevention, and cures is far from over. Experts in biomedical engineering aim to uncover creative ways to solve the world’s epidemics. With a global pandemic at the forefront of attention, biomedical innovations are more important than ever.

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How to support remote work for engineers

Posted on April 2, 2020 by Jack Trompert

For some companies that have not typically offered flexible work arrangements, recent events may have caused them to reconsider. Changing employee preferences and technological advances had already started the trend, but the COVID-19 pandemic has made remote work a necessity for many employers to keep projects moving forward.

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Q1 2020 SEMICONDUCTOR TECHNOLOGY NEWS + BEYOND: THE BEST NEWS AND BREAKTHROUGHS TO KNOW

Posted on March 18, 2020 by Jack Trompert

It’s time for our roundup of this quarter’s latest news and breakthroughs in the semiconductor industry. As we approach spring, many chip companies are in full productivity mode, unearthing new techniques and inventions as a result. But the recent outbreak of COVID-19 has also created uncertainty about operations in many industries. 

Let’s explore what’s happened in the past few months:

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Using Technology for the Greater Good

Posted on March 4, 2020 by Jack Trompert

We all know that technology has helped boost workplace productivity, streamline complex systems, and connect us with people everywhere, instantly. However, at its best, technology doesn’t just make society more efficient and economically powerful; it also creates opportunities to do more good in the world.

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7 resources for female professionals in tech

Posted on February 19, 2020 by Jack Trompert

Every March, Women’s History Month honors women’s contributions to American history. Communities all over the world will celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8th. Throughout the month, many organizations shine a spotlight on women of great caliber and impact who continue to break barriers and support a movement of gender parity.

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The Top 5 fastest growing engineering and tech jobs of 2020

Posted on February 5, 2020 by Jack Trompert

According to LinkedIn’s 2020 emerging jobs report, it’s a great time to be an engineer. In this recent report, more than half of the top emerging jobs in the U.S. are in engineering fields. For job seekers looking to shift into an up-and-coming career path, it’s a good idea to invest in some of the most in-demand engineering skills.

In our research and findings, we gathered information based on salary, annual growth, top skill sets, and industry forecasts to give you a list of the five fastest-growing engineering and tech jobs of 2020.

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4 proactive ways to manage your engineering team's workload

Posted on January 22, 2020 by Jack Trompert

Over the past few years, organizations have had to face increasingly taxing challenges in the tech industry and the labor market. This year is no exception. When the competition for talent is rising and the work in the tech industry becomes more complex, project managers need to make proactive decisions to engage engineers and assess their workload.

With the start of 2020, now is the perfect time to set the right intentions and chart the best course for your team. Here are a few ways to do that:

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