Tina Sposato. Tina Sposato grew up in Lincoln, NE and attended the University of Nebraska–Lincoln as a math major. After graduating from Nebraska in 1997 she attended Texas A&M University and earned her master’s degree in Chemical Engineering. After earning her master’s degree, she took a job with Intel Corporation in the process engineering department of lithography at their New Mexico Fab for microprocessors. She has worked for Intel’s development fabs in Santa Clara, CA and Portland, OR doing process development for the next generation of microprocessors or flash memory in the department of lithography. She currently resides in Phoenix, AZ and works for Intel’s yield department as a staff engineer for Intel’s microprocessor fab there. She has two beautiful children Sarah (6) and Thomas (3). She loves to hike, snowshoe, travel the world, inline skate, and spend time with her family.
From UNL Math major to Silicon Desert Engineer
Thursday, March 8, 2018
5:00 - 6:00 pm
Avery Hall 351
Tina will discuss her transition as a math major at Nebraska to a staff engineer at one of the leading semiconductor companies - Intel. She always knew she wanted a career that used math, and those math skills helped her find her way to a staff engineer at Intel. She will discuss how she used mathematics within the semiconductor industry to improve Intel’s yields for the latest generation of microprocessors.
The Career Perspectives Lecture Series is funded by The Bares Family Fund for Excellence in Mathematics
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Previous Career Perspectives Lecturers
|2017||Lisa Amen||Stanford Health Care|
|2016 (Fall)||Mary Hegemann||Wakely Consulting Group|
|2016 (Spring)||Kamara Wright||NAVAIR|
|2015||Brian Bares||Bares Capital Management|