Christina Schober is a practicing engineer with 38 years of experience. As product lead for the Tactical Ring Laser Gyro Aerospace Division of Honeywell, she supports multiple ring laser gyro products and MEMS gyro development. She supported three phases of the DARPA atomic clock program, receiving seven patents from her work. As lead process engineer, she was responsible for the successful transitions from design to production for both the Integrated Flight Management Unit and the Stinger Roll Frequency Sensor. At Honeywell’s Solid-State Electronics Division, she worked in MOS VLSI design, as project lead for CMOS standard cell library development and as a CAD trainer for circuit simulation, logic, and circuit design.
Notable highlights include 16 U.S. patents, 24 foreign patents, professional master and bachelor of mechanical engineering degrees (University of Minnesota), Honeywell 2015 Outstanding Engineer award, 2005 Aerospace Quest for Excellence team award, and Certified Honeywell Six Sigma Blackbelt.
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