At the recent Women in Technology International (WITI) Summit, Applied Materials hosted a session on what it takes to be a successful leader in the semiconductor and embedded systems industry. The session’s goal was to inspire and energize the all-female audience and provide valuable leadership development information they could implement immediately.
Being an industry leader isn’t just about market share, technology prowess or the size of a company’s workforce; it’s also about the way we interact with our employees, customers, local communities where we operate and the environment we share. It is about acting responsibly.
For the next installment in my display survey series, I will focus on advanced display technologies coming down the pipeline and how materials engineering solutions will enable tomorrow’s TVs and mobile devices to be flexible, bendable and foldable.
The VC ecosystem continues to evolve and according to the National Venture Capital Association, corporate investors are becoming an increasingly important source of venture capital. Applied Ventures discusses what's driving this changing landscape and the unique value corporate VCs bring to the table.
Applied Materials will host a forum at the IITC* conference in Grenoble, France on May 19 to discuss ways of overcoming critical challenges in copper interconnect scaling. While much of the industry’s focus has been on transistor scaling, at the 10nm node and beyond, the interconnect is becoming a major issue.
Support of the arts reflects our belief that creativity and innovation play an important role in fostering vibrant, healthy communities. Applied’s involvement with the Institute of Contemporary Art was recently featured in a Corporate Social Responsibility & The Arts report.