Innovation at Texas Instruments – How You Can Shape the Future
Senior vice president and manager over Analog Engineering Operations
Monday, February 11, 2013|
4:00pm - 5:00pm
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About the Event
The presentation will cover the evolution of the integrated circuit industry and present different roles that engineers can aspire to in the industry. The goal being to help engineering students think about how they can use their best natural talents along with engineering degrees to have a great career. Examples using the evolution of Texas Instruments will be used to explain the industry evolution and the different engineering roles but the concepts will be applicable for any student that wishes to work in the broader electronics industry.
Art George is senior vice president and manager over Texas Instruments’ (TI’s) Analog Engineering Operations. His team is responsible for providing on-going engineering support and driving down production costs across TI’s Analog product portfolio. George brought to the role unique insight gained through a variety of operational positions, where he managed or was involved in the development of thousands of new IC products. He received a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and a master’s degree in engineering management from Southern Methodist University in Dallas. In 2007, George has been honored at the Black Engineer of the Year Awards conference twice as one of the 100 Most Important Blacks in Technology. He also received the Career Achievement in Industry Award. The awards are sponsored by The Council of the Engineering Deans of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and US Black Engineer and Information Technology magazine.
Contact: Fran Doman
Sponsor: MICL and Texas Instruments
Open to: Public