Engineer and innovator Lisa Su is the CEO of AMD, a leading semiconductor company. Su found her passion for semiconductors as an undergraduate student at MIT, where she worked as a research assistant manufacturing test silicon wafers. Su started as a research staff member with a specialty in device physics at IBM, and in 2002, was named a “Top Innovator under 35” by the MIT Technology Review. Su moved on to become the Chief Technology Officer at Freescale, where she led the research and development department. In 2011, Su moved to AMD, where she worked with Microsoft and Sony to place AMD chips inside both the Xbox One and PS4™ game consoles. This collaboration made AMD a key player in the gaming industry.
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