Intel Alumni Scholar and Fellow in Electrical and Computer Engineering

The Intel Alumni Scholar and Fellow in Electrical and Computer Engineering were established by dedicated alumni working at Intel, including Mark Bohr, an Intel Senior Fellow and Director of Process Architecture and Integration. Mark joined Intel in 1978 and has been responsible for process integration and device design on a variety of logic technologies for microprocessor products, including Intel’s 45 nm high-k metal gate transistor technology in 2007 and 22 nm tri-gate transistor technology in 2011.

Mark continues to be a corporate champion for ECE ILLINOIS at Intel. He received the ECE ILLINOIS Distinguished Alumni Award in 1998, and the Marcia Peterman ECE Award in 2016, and served on the ECE alumni board from 2003-06.

The Scholar and Fellow distinctions honor and support faculty that are internationally renowned researchers and educators in theoretical, computational or experimental fields related to the design, fabrication or utilization of semiconductor devices, circuits or semiconductor based computational platforms, or successive technologies. The holders demonstrate leadership in their profession as evidenced by service on a national or international level.

Faculty:

Pavan Kumar Hanumolu, Intel Alumni Scholar in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Songbin Gong, Intel Alumni Fellow in Electrical and Computer Engineering