Snow, he was truly blown away by it. I can't wait, for TED, to see other reviews and hopefully a video too.
I have a feeling that is why Sony started to respond to some of the messages. Especially, after the two inquiries that were made. They know what is going on.
When this particular topic came up a while ago on the board, I tried putting in a sell of $100 and it would not take either. I don't recall if I tried to enter any lower amounts. I have Scottrade.
There were two positions posted on MicroVision's Website. It looks as if one has been filled, as Meet has mentioned and the other is still open.
MEMS Process Integration Engineer
Microvision is the world leader in high-resolution scanned beam display and imaging systems built upon the company's proprietary silicon micro mirror technology. We are currently recruiting for a MEMS Process Integration Engineer.
The MEMS Process Group supports in-house process advancement/development and prototype production, as well as process transfer interactions and development with external foundry partners.
We are looking for a MEMS Process Integration engineer to support the interfaces between MEMS Process development, MEMS design and production with our foundry partner. The majority of the process team is located at the Washington Nanotechnology Facility (WNF) on the University of Washington Campus and the process integration engineer will be expected to interact at all locations as needed to provide best solutions in response to the given application requirementsMicrovision is the world leader in high-resolution scanned beam display and imaging systems built upon the company's proprietary silicon micro mirror technology.
MEMS prototype Fabrication and Test:
Mask layout and design review (L-EDIT experience preferred)
Process flow development and integration
Develop and review wafer work flow travelers and instructions
Process flow development and review
Support of process troubleshooting and device evaluation
New process definition, validation, and documentation
Identification and investigation of new technologies to advance MEMS performance and/or extend the design space.
Design Support: Process integration, design rules definition, design simulation,
Support of production transfer and interactions with MEMS production Foundry.
Documentation: Process flows, specifications, etc.
Validation and qualification: definition, oversight, analysis and review.
New design and process advancement interactions.
Ongoing production support:
Process capability review, yield improvement, etc.
Ability to communicate well with internal and external stakeholders
Superior attention to detail
Strong Analytic Capability
Adept at qualification, verification and validation of key processes
Proficient in abilities with document creation, control, and management
Demonstrated ablity to partner with others to create desired outcomes.
Prior demonstration of expertise in Wafer Processsing
The ideal candidate will be able to quickly come up to speed on Microvision process flows and MEMS designs and should arrive with an intimate understanding of process interactions and tradeoffs required to achieve successful integration with process flows in a production environment.
We are looking for individuals with a good understanding of cutting edge MEMS process technologies, materials and equipment to support both process development activities at the WNF and bring with them a new set of skills and experience that will enable fundamental advances in the core technology.
Candidates must have strong experience in bulk silicon MEMS processing, process integration, and/or production transfer.
Redmond, Washington, United States
Possess a Bachelor of Science degree with seven plus years direct industry experience or a Master of Science degree with five plus years of industry experience.
I knew something like this would be coming. The Shorts are running out of ammo and are desperate. True longs are holding strong. GLTAL :-)
Correction! I would buy electronics from China. :-) I try not to buy food, clothing, bedding, anything for a pet or cooking utensils from China.
VOR, I just read my previous post and understand now why you were confused. 4-1/2 stars was incorrect. Sorry....my mistake.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
VOR, It's been knocked down from 4 or 3.9 stars in the last few days because of the negative reviews. That is what I meant.
That's OK, Mirror. I try my best not to buy anything from China, if I can. And, if the item says imported, without a precise origin, I don't buy it either. Most smart, young and adult Americans, are going the Non-GMO and Organic route and Monsanto is probably taking that into consideration.
It's now rated 4-1/2 stars. People are writing negative reviews, which are clearly "hit pieces". So obvious.
Thanks, Joe for researching, posting and translating. My new virus protection has an issue with the Qualper website for some reason and navigating is difficult. I think we can now start to understand why AT said we would be smiling with each CC going forward. :-)
Sentiment: Strong Buy
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