Abiding since 1983
Let me introduce myself. I am Deaf and currently an engineer at Intel hired since October 2011. Prior to my engineering job at Intel, I received a M.S. in Nanoengineering from the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE). I am fascinated by the macro science and engineering that enable nanotechnologies. Prior to becoming a graduate student at CNSE, I graduated with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering with an option in Applied Robotics and Semiconductor Technology from Rochester Institute of Technology. I wanted to go beyond engineering in the field of nanofabrication for semiconductor and nanotechnologies. Since the world is hungry for shrinking dimensions of post-CMOS physics devices by challenging various technologies implemented in integrated and advanced lithographies.
I rolled up my sleeves and get involved in the development of the system architecture for the latest generation tools. I was a true young engineer with a solid, bright mind. As a little boy, I had always been curious. I kept acquiring all latest technologies and was frustrated by the lagging technologies in my family’s home. I built some monstrous machines in my parents’ garage and built robots from scrap with whatever I found around my parents’ house. My father often couldn’t find his tools and he knew I was the only person who took tools from him.