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No Offer – Interviewed in Gresham, OR Apr 2013 – Reviewed Apr 17, 2013
Interview Details – I got phone interview from the hiring manager (later I knew this), typical questions about my research work course work related and asked me whether I like the whether here in Gresham OR. what's my plan in the next ten years? this is my first phone interview so kind of nervous. He asks what do I know about Microchip. I answered really bad, because I didn't look through this company yet. The interview was so suddenly. Before its end, he asked for reference. one week later, I was notified for onsite interview next following week. It's 4 hours interview with 11 people totally, coming 2 or 3. different types of work, lithography thin film diffusion wet process. and finally tv remote interview with a manger at Chandler.
Interview Question – I didn't prepare very well. The most difficult question would be the technological questions about diffusion. they have one question about how a mechanical clock works. lol View Answer
Declined Offer – Interviewed in Jan 2011 – Reviewed Apr 14, 2012
Interview Details – Phone interview was done. After a week or so the on-site was scheduled and there were about 5 rounds. All were 1:1 and the interviews were are based on the skill set on the resume and projects
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