Podcast: Daniel Camacho, A design engineer at Intel
May 18, 2016

_4636163Our editor in chief, Eddie Custovic caught up with Daniel Camacho, the IEEE Young Professional representative on the Electron Devices Society. Daniel tells us about his work at Intel and the work that goes on behind the scenes in designing a world famous Intel chip.




About Daniel:

12976910_815341975238608_6571629011566879635_oDaniel Camacho was born in Colombia and studied at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana where he fell in love with electronics and electronics design work. Like many intelligent and ambitious Colombians he made his way to the United States where he pursued a masters degree in electrical engineering at the Southern Methodist University in Texas. As a student at SMU, Daniel was able to secure an internship with Intel which resulted in a full time position as a analog design engineer. Daniel is the Young Professionals representative on the IEEE Electron Devices Society and is a highly active member within the community.

Interview conducted by Eddie Custovic, Editor in Chief, IMPACT by IEEE Young Professionals

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  1. you met the right person at the right time;
    you knew somebody in Intel that helped you to get the internship/job;
    so knowing the right person at the right time is important and that can be done by using some social networking sites!
    Got it!

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