Michele St Louis-Weber, Ph.D.
Michele St Louis-Weber works at Intel Corporation as a P1270 22nm Factory Manager in Chandler, Arizona. The AzFSM site produces high-volume manufacturing of our cutting edge premier 22nm process technology. Our 22nm products are the world’s first high volume production tri-gate transistor, which is a revolutionary change in the transistor structure since its invention over 50years ago. The 3-D tri-gate transistor maximizes improved transistor performance and speed for 22nm.
For decades, Intel Corporation has developed technology, enabling the computer and Internet revolution that has changed the world. Founded in 1968 to build semiconductor memory products, Intel introduced the world's first microprocessor in 1971. Today, Intel is the world's largest chip maker and is also a leading manufacturer of computer, networking and communications products.
Michele acquired her Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering at Northwestern University. Her undergraduate degree was a Bachelor of Science in Physics from Missouri State University. Immediately following her graduate studies, Michele joined Intel, New Mexico (at Fab9) as a process engineer in diffusion, fabricating high-volume 150mm wafers, producing logic and flash memory products. Since then, Michele co-developed several process technologies in both 200mm and 300mm wafer facilities at five of Intel’s worldwide wafer manufacturing sites (New Mexico, California, Oregon, Ireland and Arizona). Outside of work, Michele and her husband, Brant, enjoy skiing, hiking, horseback riding and traveling with their two children, Monique and Curtis.