Venue: Johnson Rooms, Lurie Engineering Center, 3rd Floor
SiTime, a market leader in MEMS timing, will present an overview of its business, products and some of the tough computational science and FEA related problems it is working to solve in its MEMS resonator (timing reference) design. SiTime has a world leading computational science and FEA based design group and is looking for partnerships with research groups at the University of Michigan, and great talents (graduate students and post docs hire) to help accelerate its innovation as it revolutionizes the timing industry with groundbreaking solutions.
SiTime Corporation, a market leader in MEMS timing, offers MEMS-based silicon timing system solutions. SiTime’s configurable solutions offer a rich feature set that enables customers to differentiate their products with high performance, small size, low power, and high reliability. With over 1.5 billion devices shipped to date, SiTime is changing the timing industry.
University of Michigan faculty and students interested in finite element methods, microelectromechanical systems, shape optimization, computational geometry, continuum mechanics, non-linear behavior, multiparametric non-convex constrained optimization or materials science are encouraged to attend.