System Development, Manager Mr. O (Yokohama Office)
Mr. O

What have you been doing since graduating from university?

As a student, I majored in information engineering (multi-particularly parallel processing technology). After graduating, I joined a major IT research institute and worked on research and development of the world’s first core OS for mobile phones and distributed cooperative processing for wireless sensor networks. Later, I moved to a software house. Since joining Power Spin, I have been working on research and development of software that maximizes the performance of magnetic memory, and as part of a NEDO-funded project, I have also been working on the design of high performance and low power consumption. We also provide customer support for commissioned projects.

Please tell us the appeal of working at Power Spin.

I think the most appealing thing about working at Power Spin is being exposed to Spintronics Based low-power semiconductors/power electronics semiconductor technology, which is cutting-edge technology that has the potential to turn the world upside down. Additionally, since Power Spin is a startup that aims to be a game changer in the semiconductor industry based on these technologies, a big appeal is that you can be involved not only in technology but also in a wide range of tasks necessary for running the business. I feel it.

Please give a message to everyone who is job hunting.

Since Power Spin is a start-up company, there are times when we have to take on tasks that are not our specialty or that we have no experience in. We are looking for someone who is proactive and able to think, make suggestions, and act on their own initiative rather than being passive, has a positive mindset and enjoys taking on new challenges without hesitation, and is proactive about improving their own skills. Although there are many challenges, it is a rewarding and rewarding workplace, and I am looking forward to working with everyone.