[SI-LIST] : Job Posting - Mayo Foundation in Minnesota

Pat Zabinski (zabinski.patrick@mayo.edu)
Thu, 5 Aug 1999 13:08:01 -0500

To all:

The Special Purpose Processor Development Group (SPPDG), a
not-for-profit research organization at the Mayo Foundation
in Rochester, Minnesota, has an open position for a research engineer
with background and/or interest in signal integrity.

The SPPDG's primary role is to support and guide
collaborators and customers through concept,
design, simulation, assembly, and test of technologies
ranging from single transistors to massively parallel
processors. In addition, we have several projects involving
the development of new technologies, tools, and techniques
that are used internally and distributed to collaborators.

At the present time, we are involved in several integrated circuit
technologies, including bulk CMOS, SOI, SiGe, GaAs, and InP. Our
involvement in packaging spans single chip packaging, multichip
modules, printed circuit boards, and full system enclosures.
Data rates range from 100 MHz with systems bus widths in
the 1000s to serial buses at over 10 Gbps. In nearly all
projects, we strive to share our results with industry through
conference presentations and journal papers.

The open position will be molded to fit the person's level
of experience and area of interest. We are most interested
in a senior engineer capable of running a program from
start to finish, yet we are very open to a junior engineer
with a strong desire to learn. The position requires
all levels of engineering from hands-on design and lab work
through presentation of results to internal groups and
customers.

If you are interested in applying for or learning more about
the position, feel free to call me at 507-284-5936,
fax to 507-284-9171, or e-mail to zabinski.patrick@mayo.edu.
You can also browse our (slightly outdated) web site at
http://www.mayo.edu/sppdg/sppdg_home_page.html.

Pat Zabinski
Principal Project Engineer
Mayo Foundation
200 First St SW
Rochester, MN 55905

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