Outstanding Achievement Award Recipient
Institute of Technology, September 28, 2001
Leo Yau is widely recognized as a leader in the development of technologies that have enabled the explosive emergence of microchips as the building blocks for computers and the information age. Yau received his master's of science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Minnesota in 1965. He recently retired from Intel, where he had been an Intel Fellow, the highest technical distinction by the company, and where he last was the Director of Innovative Technology Modules at Intel's Portland Technology Division. He has published numerous papers and hold 15 U.S. patents.
Biographies are as-of time of award presentation.