Our new Senior Operations Manager Thierry Corman reinforces Kyocera Tikitin’s professional team in scaling up the company towards high-volume production

Thierry Corman, Kyocera Tikitin’s new addition with wide experience from MEMS, joined our team to build and lead the operations organization in the quest for scaling up the company to reach high-volume production.

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A quality philosophy that paves the way for industrial mass production

Kyocera-Tikitin, born in Otaniemi, Espoo around groundbreaking research by silicon-based MEMS resonators, plans to grow from Finland to the world market.

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Kyocera Tikitin’s new quality manager Markku Nieminen aims to develop processes and products with experience of over two decades

In October 2020 Markku Nieminen started as the quality manager at Kyocera Tikitin. Markku’s responsibility is to develop company’s quality management practices, including all aspects from R&D to manufacturing and delivery. 

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Technology of the future – MEMS fascinated the Chief Innovation Officer more than the space did

Chief Innovation Officer Aarne Oja of Kyocera Tikitin realised in the mid 1990´s that MEMS is a future technology with many opportunities.

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Complex work can be a good thing – Process Engineer Olli Kanninen enjoys his diverse work in the product development of MEMS resonators

A good team of researchers by nature combined with enthusiasm, outlining visions for the future in the world of MEMS resonators. They have put together a successful team. This is how Olli Kanninen, the Process Engineer of Kyocera Tikitin describes his international work community.

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The best of two worlds – MEMS design with the spirit of a start-up as a part of a big corporation

In Eric Sages opinion Kyocera Tikitin has the best of two worlds: the spirit and agility of a start-up company but no daunting fear of running out of money.

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Summer job in the MEMS world has proved the technical competence of the work

A summer job at Kyocera Tikitin has proved Urho Koljonen, 21, that the MEMS world requires extensive technical competence and plenty of research.

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A vantage point on the development and commercialization of MEMS products

Kyocera Tikitin is developing the smallest silicon MEMS resonators for the ever-growing global timing device market.

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KYOCERA Develops Silicon MEMS Resonator Production Technology

Kyocera’s proprietary technology achieves outstanding frequency temperature coefficient and ESR characteristics, accelerating high-value-added timing device business

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