Mark is President and General Manager of TEL Manufacturing and Engineering of America (TMEA), a group company of Tokyo Electron Limited.
Prior to joining TEL in April 2020 he was the VP of module engineering and manufacturing operations at GLOBALFOUNDRIES Fab 8, where he led a 10X increase in manufacturing capacity, ramping production volume and yield to world class levels.
Mark spent over 20 years in IBM’s semiconductor unit, working as a process and integration engineer before holding progressively larger management responsibilities in module engineering, process control, manufacturing operations, and unit process development.
He holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Clarkson University, where he was formerly a member of the Industry Advisory Board for the Center for Advanced Materials Processing (CAMP), and currently serves as the chair of the Dean’s Leadership Council for the Wallace H Coulter School of Engineering.
Mark and his wife Amy reside in Minneapolis, and have four children.
As a leading global company of innovative semiconductor and flat panel display (FPD) production equipment, Tokyo Electron (TEL) engages in development, manufacturing, and sales in a wide range of product fields. All of TEL’s semiconductor and FPD production equipment product lines maintain high market shares in their respective global segments. TEL provides outstanding products and services to customers through a global network in the U.S., Europe, and Asia.
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