Timothy Klemmer is currently part of a team working on media for Heat Assisted Magnetic Recording (HAMR). He joined Seagate Research in Pittsburgh, PA in 1999 where he worked on the perpendicular transition in hard drives, ultra-high frequency properties of soft magnetic films and FePt recording media tomtom connecten. In 2009 he moved to Seagate’s Recording Media Operations in Fremont, CA to focus on HAMR media development. Previously, Tim was a Research Scientist at Bell Laboratories/Lucent Technologies and a Post-doctorate Researcher at University of Alabama’s Materials for Information Technology (MINT) Center moped simulator kostenlosen.
Tim holds a Ph.D degree in Materials Science and Engineering from The University of Pittsburgh, in addition to contributions to more than 10 patents and 70 scientific and engineering publications free apps iphone.