Véronique Rozan

Véronique Rozan

Project Manager, RF BU, Maxim Integrated Products
 

En poste chez Maxim Integrated Products, E2v

Précédents : Atmel, Freescale (Formerly Motorola) SPS Europe, University of Ottawa, Philips Semiconductor

 

Précédents : University Of Ottawa / Université D'Ottawa, Institut National Polytechnique, Lycée Marie Curie

 

    En résumé

    Engaging project manager focused on customer's satisfaction and company revenue growth.

Parcours

Project Manager

Chez E2v

De 2005 à aujourd'hui
Project Manager for Broadband Data Converters products (2005-now) In charge of development projects (>1 M€ budget) for off-the-shelf and custom products, R & D programs for telecommunication, military, aerospace, instrumentation markets In close relationship with analogue and digital design, ...
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Factory and Field Application Engineer

Chez Atmel

De 2001 à 2005
Worldwide Technical Support for Broadband Data Converters products (2001-2005). Technical Support: Responsible of the Factory and Field Application team (2 people), daily contact (phone, email) with customers worldwide and on-site customer support (visits in Asia – China, Korea, Japan, Singapore, ...
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Intern in Application group

Chez Freescale (Formerly Motorola) SPS Europe

2001
Implementation of a power management IC using an FPGA (VIRTEXE-E from Xilinx) for 3G base band microprocessors evaluation. - Design, simulation, synthesis of the FPGA in Synopsys environment. - Tools used: VCS, Undertow, FPGA Compiler II, Xilinx Design Manager. - Programming of a test bench in C ...
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Teacher Assistant

Chez University of Ottawa

2000
Circuit Theory (2nd year course), in charge of the lab work sessions and of the students’ homework correcting. Digital Signal Processing (4th year course), responsible of the correcting and evaluation of projects dealing with TMS320C6701 DSP and using Code Composer Audio.
 

Intern in Analog design (Connectivity group)

Chez Philips Semiconductor

1999
Optimisation of the consumption of a Low Noise Amplifier for BlueTooth applications and implementation of a common input/output port for both Low Noise and Power amplifiers of the transceiver. - Design and Simulation at 2.5 GHz using Cadence and Spectre RF software. - Use of OCEAN scripts for the ...
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Compétences

 
  • Customer oriented
  • Customer support
  • dynamic
  • Management
  • Manager
  • Microsoft Project
  • Microsoft Project Management
  • Support

Centres d'intérêt

 
  • Climbing
  • kung-fu
  • rubgy
  • snow-boarding