R&D Engineer Particulate Matter
Sensor: PM2.5. Sensor
Favorite place at Sensirion: Rooftop terrace of Building A
TV series: The Big Bang Theory
Frank Gütle studied physics in Freiburg and worked for a year and a half on his thesis at the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics. In May 2013, he started as an intern at Sensirion in the Process Engineering department. After two months, he took up a permanent position. As a process engineer in Humidity Sensors, he acted as an interface between sensor development and industrial manufacturing and was in responsible for the design of innovative wafer chucks and the development of calibration processes for new sensors.
After four years, Frank Guetle got the opportunity for another personal career move at Sensirion. Frank changed from the process development to the product development in the field of environmental sensing and works now as R&D engineer in the new Particluate Matter Sensors departement. In this function, he develops and characterizes the new particulate matter sensors (PM2.5).
Frank sees Sensirion as a fast-paced company which puts people first. Furthermore Frank is motivated by appreciation rather than negative pressure or coercion.
“The company gives a lot back in return for my work.”
He also appreciates the great freedom that he has at Sensirion: "I can develop my own ideas and I don't have a fixed approach to solving problems. My ability to innovate is encouraged and challenged every day. This ensures that I will never get bored at work. "