Applied Materials Welcomes Technical Advisory Board
The Applied Materials GTAB members are:
Paul Alivisatos: Vice Chancellor and Provost at the University of California, Berkeleyand quantum dot pioneer Steve Blank: Adjunct Professor at Stanford Universityand Innovation Fellow at Columbia University, lean startup pioneer and author of National Science Foundation I-Corps curriculum Steven Chu: Professor at Stanford University, Nobellaureate in physics and former U.S.Secretary of Energy Steve Forrest: Professor and former Vice President for Research at the University of Michigan, Member of Applied Materials Board of Directors and OLED display pioneer
- John E. Kelly III: Executive Vice President at IBM, global innovation leader
Om Nalamasu: Growth Technical Advisory Board Chair, Senior Vice President and CTO, Applied Materials, President of Applied Ventures Rafael Reif: President of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Growth Technical Advisory Boardco-Chair Donna Strickland: Professor at the University of Waterlooand Nobellaureate in physics Subra Suresh: President of Nanyang Technological University Singapore, Former Director of the National Science Foundationand NSF I-Corps founder
The convergence of technologies including the Internet of Things and AI are poised to transform nearly every industry – from medicine and healthcare to agriculture, energy and transportation. The GTAB members will provide Applied with further connections and insights into how its technology can accelerate breakthroughs in major industries worldwide.
The GTAB is chaired by
“Technology innovation is accelerating in many industries throughout the world, and the GTAB will help connect Applied to different innovation ecosystems and expand opportunities for our employees to collaborate with new scientific efforts,” said
“With the GTAB, Applied has assembled an impressive group of experts with different backgrounds, interests and connections,” said
“We look forward to gaining new insights from the GTAB on how major industries will continue to evolve in a technology-centric world,” said
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