How to achieve professional success through innovation

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Abstract:
Charles  will talk about his work experience and will provide insights in how innovation and work have been instrumental in advancing his career. Charles receive a "Luminary Honoree Award 2015 " from HEENAC. 


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  • UPR Mayaguez
  • Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
  • United States
  • Building: Stefani
  • Room Number: S-113
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  • Co-sponsored by Texas Instruments, Inc.


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Charles Parkhurst of Texas Instruments, Inc.

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How to achieve professional success through innovation

Abstract:

Charles  will talk about his work experience and will provide insights in how innovation and work have been instrumental in advancing his career. Charles receive a "Luminary Honoree Award 2015 " from HEENAC. 

Biography:

Charles joined Texas Instruments in 1998 as the first undergraduate COOP from the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus.  . He was promoted to MGTS in 2004 within
the High Performance Analog organization for his technical contributions in analog circuit design. In 2005 he was promoted to Design Manager of the Test & Measurement organization where he led both design and characterization teams. Later, in 2008, he joined the Medical and Hi Reliability organization as a Senior Analog IC Designer. In this organization he developed a new design strategy for the Hi Reliability Product Line that included design of analog ICs for extreme environments such as space and high temperature. He got promoted to SMTS in 2011 for his outstanding technical contributions within High Performance Analog. Currently Charles is the lead designer of another new design strategy where
he is leading/developing complete mixed signal solutions for the Hi Reliability Industrial Smart Sensor market. Charles earned his BSEE from the University of Puerto Rico in the year 2000. He has been granted more than 13 patents in the field of analog IC design. He has dictated several.  Charles has been a key member of the University of Puerto Rico recruiting team and responsible for scouting for the most talented Latin engineers for Texas Instruments in the last 12 years.