José J. García, Ph.D. is Managing Director of Wafer Fab Sustainability and Autonomous Enterprise at Analog Devices. He received a B.S. Chemical Engineering degree from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and a Ph.D. Chemical Engineering degree from Cornell University. Upon completion of his Ph.D., José joined Intel’s Portland Technology Development organization to develop Lithographic processes for 6 technologies down to the 32nm node. In 2009, José joined Maxim Integrated to help transform its Beaverton semiconductor facility (fab) to best-in-class safety, quality, output and cost levels thru various process, equipment and procurement directorship positions. Upon Analog Devices’ acquisition of Maxim Integrated in 2021, José has been focused in securing critical items such as Silicon and Capital Equipment to enable a doubling of output in ADI’s internal fab network with minimal clean room expansion. José is now leading the Manufacturing 4.0 and Net Zero Manufacturing Enablement of ADI’s internal ADI factory network.
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