Ryan Henrie


Utah State University
Major: Electrical Engineering (BSEE)
Minor: Portuguese
Graduated: 1998 


Micron Technology, Boise, Idaho (7/98 to present)
Test engineer for the 64Mb to 2Gb SDRAM, DDR2 and DDR3 products using Advantest 5581, 5585, t5593, Teradyne J996 series testers, and custom in-house testers designed specifically for memory testing applications

  • Work with Automated Test Equipment to support test program development, execution in production, and related engineering analysis
  • Responsible for developing and maintaining production test programs on Automated Test Equipment and working to qualify test software, hardware, and semiconductor products
  • Analyze device performance and yield, providing failure analysis and related test data to other Manufacturing and Engineering groups
  • Work on improving yields, reducing DPM rates, and reducing the testing time to improve efficiency and quality, while reducing cost
  • Convert test programs to work in both Test and Probe areas, reducing code duplication and streamlining the maintenance of the software
  • Interface with many different departments, inlucding Fab, Probe, Product Engineering, Test Production, QA, and Apps/Sales
  • Develop characterization and test data processing software tools in Unix and Linux environments

H & H Construction, Richfield, Utah (summers from 1988 to 1996)
Mechanic and Equipment Operator

  • Worked with heavy equipment and very large 3-phase power systems. This includes a 500 KW generator, a 1500 KW generator and electric motors ranging from 5 hp to 250 hp. I also worked with small electric systems.
  • Purchased supplies and equipment.
  • Prioritized daily goals and evaluated job priorities.


Self motivated and reliable.
Good written and oral communication skills.
Programming experience in C, C++, assembly (Intel and Motorola), Perl, Python, and SQL.
Analog and digital design skills.
Knowledgeable with electronic test equipment, such as logic analyzers and advanced automated test equipment.


Microprocessor Interface
µController system design
Analog Circuit Design
Logic Circuit Design


Recipient of a four-year, Presidential Scholarship at Utah State University, Fall 1991.
Recipient of the Robert C. Byrd Scholarship, 1991.  (Only two are awarded per Congressional District, per year)
Recipient of a USU College of Engineering Scholarship, Fall 1996
USU Dean's List, Fall 1994 and Spring 1995.
Fluent in Portuguese: I lived in Brazil for two years.
Eagle Scout.


Tennis, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, motorbikes, genealogy.


Last Modified: March 12, 2009