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They will ask you at the end if you would tell if you saw someone stealing.

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I made the mistake of telling them how I feel about being a rat and I think I wont get the job for doing that.

I have an interview for the same position on 5/1/17. Did you have to do a 45 minute assessment? I really want this job. Any thing you can clue me in on would be great

What causes you to feel stress or anxiety and how do you deal with it?

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How is the inner adhesion potential generally taken into account in the Lennard Jones models?

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The questions were about the Design, FEM and testing procedure for the MEMS and Gyroscope devices!

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What were my long term goals and ambitions, how long did I see myself being at Chiptole, was I committed to Chipotle as person.

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I was asked about some power management circuit I conducted in one of my graduate courses. The interviewer seemed to be very interested in the circuit of mine, which is an energy harvesting circuit that contains charge pump, pulse generator and voltage comparators, He asked several questions about it such as how we overcome the problems of unstable Vdd, low ref voltage, .ow input,etc. He was also interested in whether my teammates and I had a harmonic cooperating experience during the project was ongoing.

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MEMS basics (dynamics and operation), IC circuitry, PLL, experience on projects, troubleshooting problems, Characterization techniques

Any comment on your own opinions about product and related research experience.

What is the ration between the length of Longitudinal Acoustic Resonator and its frequency

None of the questions were all that difficult. Remembering to include specific tangible results for each story was sometimes a challenge. "How did you manage a task or project where you were given few instructions?" I answered with a story about setting a display in a different fashion than had previously been done. The result was a much cleaner looking display with out big shelving units allowing the merchandise to be moved around easier as it sold through.

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