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Lattice Semi-Conductor: Community of Practice Career Panel--Free Pizza

Community of Practice Career Panel with Lattice Semi-Conductor: Spotlight on Diversity, Inclusive Teamwork and Work/Life Balance Event Sign-Up

For: Undergraduate and graduate students with interest in semiconductors or related careers 

Description: Join us to learn from semiconductor manufacturing company professionals!!! The talk will be focused on career options in the semiconductor industry, the hiring process, and the working environment with a focus on issues related to diversity, inclusive teamwork, and work/life balance. Entry is free and all undergraduate and graduate students with interest in semiconductors or related careers are encouraged to participate.

Free Pizza will be available after the event. Please sign up here or copy and past this Google Form url into your browser: https://beav.es/594

In addition, please visit this Discord Channel  https://discord.com/invite/PK9ZgFk88U to post topics you’re interested in and exchange information about your interests with speakers before and after the event!

Speaker Information:

Chris Turman: Chris Turman graduated from OSU in 1997 with a BS in Electrical Engineering. Chris has been working with Lattice Semiconductor (Hillsboro) since July 1997. He’s had high ranking engineering roles in the Manufacturing department as well as the Product Engineering group. Chris is now the Senior Manager of the Product Engineering group.

Zach Schroeder: Zach Schroeder graduated from OSU in 2014 with a B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Through working as a Digital Logic Design TA and on various robotics projects, Zach spent a lot of time interacting with Lattice FPGAs. This experience led to an internship and subsequent full-time position at Lattice, where he’s been ever since. After a brief period working with Product Engineering and Applications, Zach settled into the Reliability team, where he develops environmental stress testing and automation capabilities.

Rohith Sood: Rohith Sood went to University of Washington in Seattle, where he received a BSEE. He started at Lattice Semiconductor in 1997 and participated in a graduate rotation program before starting a position in R&D, focusing on SRAM design. After several years in Design, he moved to the Product Engineering group, where he worked with Chris Turman. His focuses in PE were test pattern development and test coverage grading. In 2017 Rohith joined Applications Engineering, where his focuses are power, embedded memory, and customer demo board design. Currently he is the manager of the Board Development Group in Applications.

Friday, February 3, 2023 at 11:00am to 12:30pm

Gilbert Hall, 124
2100 SW Campus Way, Corvallis, OR 97331

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