Raj Jammy is Vice President of Materials and Emerging Technologies at SEMATECH, with responsibilities in advanced logic, memory, 3D interconnects, and emerging device technologies. He is responsible for leading the consortium's efforts to tap into emerging technologies with disruptive scaling potential. Prior to this position, Jammy served four years as director of SEMATECH's Front End Processes division, on assignment from IBM.
Jammy began his career in the industry at IBM’s Semiconductor Research and Development Center in East Fishkill, NY, where he worked on front-end technologies for deep-trench DRAMs. He subsequently became manager of the Thermal Processes and Surface Preparation group in the DRAM development organization. In 2002, Jammy moved to T. J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, NY to manage IBM’s efforts in high-k gate dielectrics and metal gates.
Jammy received a doctorate in Electrical Engineering from Northwestern University. He holds more than 50 patents and is an author/co-author of over 250 publications/presentations.