Lisa Su is the 1st woman awarded the highest recognition in the semiconductor industry

Lisa Su has been AMD CEO since 2014 and it was thanks to her management that the American manufacturer grew to the point of becoming the force it is today.

Now, the executive has received an award related to the semiconductor industry’s highest IEEE recognition. Lisa Su is thus the first woman to get this award.

Last week we reported that Lisa Su, AMD CEO, has been named a member of the US Science and Technology Council. This invitation is more than deserved because the businesswoman and engineer was one of the main responsible for the solid growth that AMD currently has.

But the surprises do not stop here and the executive now has more reason to celebrate.

Lisa Su Receives High Recognition Award from Semiconductor Industry

AMD CEO has now seen her work recognized by Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). In particular, Lisa Su received the Robert Award. N Noyce because of the importance that the executive represents in the semiconductor industry. This is thus the highest recognition in this sector, and the engineer is the first woman to receive it.

To be honest, I never imagined I could receive the Noyce Award. It’s an honor for life. Having this recognition from my peers in the technical community is more than I expected, but I love what I do and being able to contribute to the semiconductor industry.

Lisa Su

The entity is funded by Intel and has awarded AMD’s CEO for its “leadership in innovative semiconductor products and successful business strategies that have contributed to strengthening the semiconductor industry“.

But it is not for nothing that this prize was awarded to him. The same is motivated by the impact Lisa Su has had on AMD and its growth. The engineer took office in 2014 and reverted stock values ​​from $2 to the current $110.

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