Physics Careers Seminar: "Intel Overview and Panel Discussion"
(sign-up)Panel of Intel Recruiters
204 Loomis (Interaction Room)
|Event Contact:||Lance Cooper
Dept. of Physics
Abstract: An overview of all groups at Intel that are hiring PhDs from our Intel Labs group to our Logic and Technology Division. Representatives will be on hand answer questions regarding Intel’s development of advancement of Silicon process technology, how they brought advanced technologies to High Volume Manufacturing years ahead of its competitors, and what its like to do R&D at Intel on a day to day basis.
Bios: Chris Haid, Principle Engineer - Chris Haid is a Principle Engineer on the design team for Intel’s 3D-XPoint Technology. He has 24 years of experience in nonvolatile memories after getting his BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois in 1993. He leads the analog mixed signal design team in Intel’s Nonvolatile Memory Solutions Group. Chris’s hobbies include aviation, travel, and camping.
Chris Wiegand, Logic & Technology Engineering Manager - Chris Weigand is currently an engineering manager within Intel’s Logic Technology Development Group. He joined Intel in 2003 after receiving a BS in chemistry at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a PhD in chemistry from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Yemaya Bordain, Innovation and Pathfinding Program Manager, Public Sector, IOTG - Yemaya Bordain is an Innovation and Pathfinding Program Manager at Intel. As a corporate entrepreneur, she develops end-to-end solutions in the military, aerospace, and government segment, supporting business growth in the Internet of Things Group. Before joining Intel in 2015, Yemaya graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, becoming the first female, African-American to earn the PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Blake Schippel, IP Logic Design Engineer - Blake started at Intel in February of 2015, after graduating from the University of Illinois the previous year with a focus in architecture and RTL design. He joined the Omni-Path team as a logic designer and initially worked on optimizing and refining RTL for pre and post silicon testing. Blake currently manages the design, implementation, and testing of memories in one of the Omni-Path products.
Evgeny Babin, Engineering Manager - Evgeny Babin is currently an Engineering Manager with Intel’s Product Engineering Group focusing on Product Solution Development (Tools/Flows/Methodologies). He joined Intel in 1995 receiving BS in Computer Science from the Technion (Israel Institute of Technology) and held a variety of technical and managerial positions.
Mindy Murdock, University Relations Manager - Mindy Murdock is a University Relations Manager focused on finding the key, critical US Graduate technical talent to meet Intel’s global needs with an emphasis on PhD recruiting. 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. She joined Intel in 1995 after graduating with a BS degree in Computer Science from the Rochester Institute of Technology.
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