Hello, my name is Bryan Orabutt. I am currently employed as a Product Development Engineer for Intel where I am a part of the Oregon sort test program team. My work mainly consits of writing OTPL code to build test programs for failure mode analysis of singulated die, as well as analyzing the data from these programs to tweak test methodologies and feed process data to the foundry.
Previously I was a graduate student at Washington University in St. Louis. In my reasearch I often used the Cadence software design tools for integrated circuits, as well as write software in C, Python, and GNU Octave or MATLAB. In my free time I enjoy writing software, particularily for embeded systems, and designing electronics projects. I am also an avid 3D printer user, and recently discovered a love for wild mushroom foraging!
I work on the Oregon sort test program team where I design test programs for sorting singulated die.
Taught two courses: Electronic Circuits I, Digital VLSI Design
I created procedures documentation and worked with other network engineers to configure and deploy new equipment onto the network.
I worked in the Washington University Radiochemistry lab to design new pulse processing electronics for measuring and detecting ionizing radiation.
I worked in the IC design lab, assisting in the design of custom integrated circuits for detecting radiation from scintillator detectors.
January 2019 to May 2022
August 2012 to December 2015