Spring 2018 Physics Careers Series Continues on Feb. 21 With Intel Recruiters
The Spring 2018 Physics Careers seminar series opens on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018 with recruiters from Intel:
Time: 11 a.m. on Wednesday, September 21, 2018 (refreshments served at 10:30 a.m.)
Location: 204 Loomis Laboratory (Interaction Room)
Title: Job Opportunities at Intel Speakers: Recruiters, Intel
Abstract: Please join Intel recruiters as they discuss Intel’s job opportunities and how Intel needs smart PhD students.
If you're interested in job opportunities at Intel, please bring your resume to the presentation.
Bios of Intel recuriters:
Britt Turkot: Intel Fellow, Technology and Manufacturing Group Director, Lithography Scanner Technology Dr. Britt Turkot is a Director in Lithography at Intel TD and a graduate of The University of Illinois, Champaign. She has been at Intel in Lithography for 20 years, and is responsible for next generation scanner technology development and Litho factory planning.
Dr Tim Day joined Intel in 2006 with the Novel Device Group in Components Research where he studied ultra-low temperature electrical characteristics of early Tri-gate transistors. He joined AzFSM in 2010 where he is currently the technical team lead for the 22nm Device group. Tim holds a B.S. and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Arizona State University. His research interests include III-V growth and processing, carbon nanotube synthesis, and spintronics. In his free time, Tim enjoys travelling and spending time with his wife and their three children.
Michael Gallegos: Engineering Manager
Mindy Murdock’s career spans over 20 years at the Intel Corporation where she has held a variety of technical and recruiting positions. Mindy was hired into Intel’s engineering leadership rotation program, upon completion of the program, Mindy began her career within Intel’s Internet of Things (IoT) group where she held various technical and business development positions primarily working with IoT software ecosystems. While in IoT she was very active in University Programs and recruiting. This passion for recruiting led her to the position she holds today within the global talent organization where she is focused on finding the key, critical US Recent College Graduate technical talent to meet Intel’s global needs with an emphasis on PhD recruiting. Mindy holds a BS degree in Computer Science from the Rochester Institute of Technology
You can see the rest of the Spring 2018 Physics Careers Seminar series here: http://physics.illinois.edu/calendar/careers/