Robert E. Bruck, Intel - Biography

Robert E. Bruck
Corporate Vice President
 General Manager, Technology Manufacturing Engineering
Intel Corporation

Robert E. Bruck is corporate vice president and general manager of the Technology Manufacturing Engineering (TME) organization. In this role, Bruck is responsible for managing Intel's global capital expenditures as well as government and industry relations related to technology and manufacturing. His scope includes development and delivery of equipment capabilities to meet Intel's five-generation technology roadmaps, supply chain capacity planning, capital affordability, asset utilization and equipment conversion, maintenance and training capabilities. Additional responsibilities include management of Intel Resale Corporation, TMG's global consortia activities and Intel's Technology and Manufacturing Steering Committee. Bruck is also responsible for all environmental, social and governance programs related to the semiconductor equipment industry.

Previously, Bruck was director of Supply Chain Transportation and Engineering, during which he was responsible for global logistics capabilities and supply network design. Prior to that, he served as the director of Fab Capital Equipment Development and as the manager of Corporate Purchasing. Bruck joined Intel in 1981.

Bruck holds a bachelor's degree in marketing and a master's degree in business administration with a concentration in finance from Arizona State University.