Thy Tran, Vice President of DRAM Process Integration at Micron Technology, Inc. oversees a global team based in the US, Japan, and Taiwan to drive DRAM technology development and transfer into high-volume manufacturing fabs. She has 28 years of semiconductor experience working in the US, Europe, and Asia, including two fab startups.
Thy joined Micron in 2008 and led several DRAM Development programs before taking on the Process Integration node leadership role for several DRAM generations. Prior to Micron, Ms. Tran worked on Logic and SRAM technologies at Motorola and WaferTech, and DRAM technology at Siemens, which later spun off to Infineon and Qimonda. She graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, and the Stanford Graduate School of Business’s Executive Program. Thy also a recent McKinsey Asian Executive Leadership Program alumnus.
She is a senior member of IEEE, a member of the Society of Women Engineers, and serves as a Strategic Advisory board member for the University of Washington’s Electrical and Computer Engineering department, and Mercado Global non-profit organization to empower rural Latin American Women.