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About George Harper

George Harper is Qualtré's vice president of business development and corporate marketing.

Senior MEMS Process Integration and Yield Engineer

The Senior MEMS Process Integration and Yield Engineer will be an integral part of the Operations Team.  This individual will lead yield and MEMS process integration efforts toward sustaining and developing (at Qualtre’s foundries) new and cost effective MEMS fabrication processes and products at target yields.  The primary focus of the activities includes process definition, unit process creation, implementation of proprietary MEMS processes and process/product characterization.   The product and MEMS processes shall be high volume manufacturing qualified at target yields [...]

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Test and Characterization Engineer

Qualtre is seeking a qualified candidate for testing and characterization of MEMS-based inertial sensors.  As part of the Qualtré Engineering staff, the candidate will design, implement, and execute test routines and procedures to evaluate if a MEMS (micro electro-mechanical systems) sensor system meets design specifications. The evaluation will include ASIC characterization and performance analysis of MEMS structures through many environments and conditions. This position will also work closely with the Product Design Team to quantify and provide valid statistical characterization data [...]

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Senior Analog / Mixed Signal IC Design Engineer

Qualtre is seeking a Senior Analog / Mixed Signal IC Design Engineer. This individual will be a key contributor in the development of high performance, low power chipsets. The candidate will be involved in all aspects of the design cycle from concept through release to production, and will participate in the product definition process with marketing and customers. Candidate should be self-motivated and an excellent team player with superior communication skills. Responsibilities include: Architecture development Design and simulation/debug of analog [...]

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Senior MEMS Design Engineer

Qualtre is seeking a Senior Design Engineer. This individual will be responsible for design and development of Qualtre sensor products related to releasing the company’s MEMS sensors to volume manufacturing. This requires expertise in MEMS sensor, device characterization, data analysis and expert problem solving skills. Design and execution of FEA simulations (ANSYS and/or COMSOL). Assess MEMS/IC/Package interactions through experimentation and modeling. Drive efficient approaches to product verification in manufacturing. The ideal candidate will have the following characteristics: A BS/MS degree in [...]

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Senior Staff System Engineer

This senior position reporting to the Vice President of Engineering has the responsibility for design, development and volume manufacturing of Qualtre sensor products.  This position requires expertise and skills in multi-disciplinary problem solving, system integration, control electronics, system simulation and modeling (Simulink), data analysis (Matlab, SQL), statistical analysis (MINITAB, JMP), electronic design tools (Cadence, Synopsys), MEMS design (ANSYS, COMSOL) and fabrication, electronics characterization and system level testing. The ideal candidate will have the following: MS or Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or [...]

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Senior MEMS Packaging Engineer

Qualtre is seeking a MEMS Packaging Engineer who will be responsible for design, development and volume manufacturing of Qualtre sensor products.  This position will be reporting to Director of MEMS Sensor Development. Responsibilities Development of packaging solutions for next generation Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) inertial sensors. Development of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) models for simulating and predicting sensor behavior due to package influences. Process integration, yield improvement, design for manufacturability, & design for reliability. Actively interface with key US [...]

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Evaluating error sources during MEMS gyroscope selection

October 9, 2014.  When selecting a MEMS gyroscope, systems engineers and application developers focus on a few key performance parameters. The most common include device sensitivity and bias stability. Sensitivity is important because it refers to the projected output of the device to a certain input rotation. Bias stability, however, has been long considered the “gold standard” specification for gyros and describes the resolution floor of the gyroscope and thereby specifies the detection limitations. The bias of a vibratory gyroscope [...]

October 9th, 2014|

EE Times names Qualtre as part of its “Silicon 60: Hot Startups to Watch” list

July 16, 2014.  It has been more than 18 months since EE Times last produced a version of the Silicon 60. The global economic, entrepreneurial, and electronics business climates have all improved in that time, and EE Times has brought 38 recently formed companies on to version 15.1 of its list of 60 firms that we feel are worth keeping an eye on. To read more please visit EE Times Europe.

July 16th, 2014|

BAW gyroscope sensors transform inertial MEMS apps

July 8, 2014.  Engineers now design systems and products that include MEMS sensors, particularly MEMS gyroscopes, as essential components. These applications range from portable and wearable devices to industrial robots and critical automotive safety systems. Their requirements for lower power, smaller form-factor, environmental tolerance and lower cost are growing. To satisfy these needs, today’s design engineers are considering new solutions and new partners who can bridge theory and practice, and connect the lab to the production line. They are looking [...]

July 8th, 2014|

Qualtré Announces Availability of 3-axis BAW Gyroscopes that Deliver Higher Performance in Harsh Environments

MARLBOROUGH, Mass., 7 July 2014 — Qualtré, Inc is introducing the QGYR330H MEMS gyroscopes, fully integrated three-axis angular rate sensors targeting industrial applications, based on Qualtré’s patented Bulk Acoustic Wave (BAW) MEMS technology. The new gyros are manufactured using the highly versatile High Aspect-Ratio Poly and Single-­crystalline Silicon (HARPSS™) fabrication process, which allows unprecedented combination of robustness, performance, and size advantages over conventional MEMS tuning-fork gyroscopes. Samples of the QGYR330H devices are now available in a small LGA32 package that is RoHS and green compliant. [...]

July 7th, 2014|