为了您获得更好的浏览体验,请将您的浏览器更新到最新版本!
+86.21.6027.8500
English
June 27-29, 2020
Shanghai New International Expo Centre

Dr. Donghui Lu

Dr. Donghui Lu
Sr. Director of Process Development, Sr. Director of Technology and Strategy Office, Intel

Biography

Currently Donghui Lu is Senior Director of Process Development for NSG (Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group) at Intel, managing its global Process Development organization (based in Dalian, China) to develop future generations of 3D NAND process technologies. He is also Senior Director of Technology and Strategy Office for Intel Dalian, responsible for strategic initiatives, business planning, manufacturing ramp and expansion, IP management, and technology startup and transfer.

Donghui joined Intel Fab D2 in Santa Clara, California, in 2000, where he worked on many generations of technology development on logic/flash memory/communication devices. In 2007 Donghui joined Intel Dalian startup team as Process Integration Manager, overseeing 65nm logic transfer and startup of Intel's first greenfield Fab in China.

Since 2015 Donghui managed memory internal manufacturing initiative for Intel, in charge of 3 generations of 3D NAND transfer from Micron. In late 2016, Donghui was the Managing Director to design and build the biggest single cleanroom for Intel in Dalian.

Donghui received Bachelor's degree from Tsinghua University in Beijing in 1994, and PhD from The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio in 2000, both in Materials Science and Engineering. He also received joint Executive MBA degrees from University of California at Berkeley, and Columbia University in New York, in 2007.

Brief description:

“In the new data centric era, driving innovations in memory technology and storage architecture is one of the key business strategies for Intel. This talk will present Intel's leadership in two different memory technologies, 3D NAND and Optane, how these technologies are driving momentum in connected platforms to meet customer needs, and Intel’s plans for both technology and manufacturing for the rapidly increasing market demands”.