Microelectronics, Changing the World
Join the College of Science and Engineering for an exciting talk by Intel's own Isaura Gaeta.
Microelectronics, Changing the World”
a brief tour from the invention of microelectronics, how they have shaped technology and how significant they will be in the future
VP and GM, Security Research
Intel Product Assurance and Security
Isaura leads an engineering team focused on hardware security research, including penetration testing, physical attack mechanisms, and outreach to academia. Previously she was GM of systems engineering in the Platform Engineering Group and was responsible for optimizing engineering execution capacity, quality management systems, and operational excellence for a global engineering organization of 18k people. A 30-year veteran of Intel, Gaeta spent the first two decades of her Intel career developing various semiconductor processing technologies. Her work during that period led to two patents and five Intel Achievement Awards, the company’s highest recognition. Gaeta holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in electrical engineering from Stanford University. She founded Intel’s Network of Executive Women for the Latin America region and was the chair of Intel’s Hispanic Leadership Council. Outside of Intel, she serves on the Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley board. The Hispanic IT Executive Council has recognized her six times among the top 100 Hispanic professionals in the IT industry.
Seats and dinner box limited to the first 40 attendees.