Hardware Engineer, Corporate Technology Group
"I have a really cool job. Just imagine what you can see in terms of new technologies- what you can dream and design in order to make a new product. This is the best place ever to make your dreams come true. All your inputs are welcome and well accepted by your colleagues."
What do I do at Intel?
In short, I research new state-of-the-art technologies to make laptops lighter, faster, and smaller. These advanced signaling technologies-that could eventually be adopted in a product in the next 5-10 years- include chip-to-chip interconnections, package structures analysis as well as new materials characterization to determine their electrical properties.
What's the biggest misconception that I think people have about working at Intel?
This is funny, but here in Mexico most of the people think that Intel is a cell phone company. On the other hand, people know what Pentium® is.
Do I participate in any volunteer activities at Intel?
Yes, I volunteer at the Intel Guadalajara Club House. It has been a great opportunity to interact with kids of different ages and motivate them to get into high tech topics. I have been acting as mentor of their internet Radio Station, just giving them some guidance, since they are deep experts in the area.
What do I do when I'm NOT at work?
I like playing soccer, squash and basketball. Movies are also a great passion, but what I love most is to be outdoors visiting the little towns around the city.
What's the coolest website that I've discovered?
Google Earth is an awesome tool to plan a trip and know where we are going.
What's the coolest gadget I've bought lately or want to buy?
My iPhone* — but now it's time for a Wii*!
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