Fairchild appoints Dan Kinzer as Chief Technology Officer
January 19, 2011 // Paul Buckley
Fairchild Semiconductor has appointed Dan Kinzer, chief technology officer and senior vice president, Technology. Under Kinzer's leadership, Fairchild says it will aim to sharpen its focus on technical innovation to further advance the company’s advanced product offerings in power electronic and mobile applications.
Kinzer joined Fairchild Semiconductor in 2007 as Senior Vice President of Product and Technology Development for the company’s Power Group. His background includes decades of experience in leading innovative semiconductor technology, product and package development projects.
Kinzer is an inventor with over 70 U.S. patents and multiple international patents, has authored numerous scientific and trade articles, served as General Chairman of the International Symposium on Power Semiconductor Devices and Integrated Circuits, and is a member of IEEE and EDS. He graduated in Engineering Physics from Princeton University.
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