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  1. Thesis. flying-spot scanners. Federico Faggin ( Italian pronunciation: [fedeˈriːko fadˈdʒin], Venetian: [faˈdʒiŋ]; born 1 December 1941) is an Italian physicist, engineer, inventor and entrepreneur. He is best known for designing the first commercial microprocessor, the Intel 4004. He led the 4004 (MCS-4) project and the design group during the first five years of Intel 's microprocessor effort.

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  3. Federico Faggin - Wikipedia

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    Thesis. flying-spot scanners. Federico Faggin ( Italian pronunciation: [fedeˈriːko fadˈdʒin], Venetian: [faˈdʒiŋ]; born 1 December 1941) is an Italian physicist, engineer, inventor and entrepreneur. He is best known for designing the first commercial microprocessor, the Intel 4004. He led the 4004 (MCS-4) project and the design group during the first five years of Intel 's microprocessor effort.

  4. Biography | Faggin Foundation

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    Federico Faggin was born in Vicenza. (1, december 1941) 1944 Federico’s parents, Emma and Giuseppe, with Giorgio (left) and Federico, at Isola Vicentina. Federico at 14 with a contest model plane designed and built by him. 1956 1961 Federico (first from left) with the two electronic “periti” who worked with him.

  5. Faggin Foundation

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    The Faggin Foundation is thrilled to announce that Federico Faggin’s autobiography “Silicon: From the Invention of the Microprocessor to the New Science of Consciousness” is now available in English in paperback or kindle editions. Published in February of 2021, the audiobook edition will be available in March 2021.

  6. Federico Faggin – UC Santa Cruz Science

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    Federico Faggin. Dean’s Council member since March 2013. Federico Faggin is a physicist, inventor, and entrepreneur. Born, raised, and educated in Italy, he immigrated to the US in 1968. He is credited with designing the world’s first commercial microprocessor, the Intel 4004 in 1971, and he went on to invent dozens of other integrated circuits. Before that, in 1968 while working at Fairchild Semiconductor, he created a technology that made possible dynamic memories, non-volatile ...

  7. Federico Faggin - CHM

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    Federico Faggin was born in Vicenza, Italy, in 1941. He received his doctorate (Laurea) in physics from the University of Padua (1965). He began working at SGS Fairchild in Italy, where he developed their first MOS process technology and their first integrated circuits (ICS).

  8. Federico Faggin - Wikipedia

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    Federico Faggin ( Vicenza, 1º dicembre 1941) è un fisico, inventore e imprenditore italiano naturalizzato statunitense [1] . Dal 1968 Faggin risiede negli Stati Uniti ed ha assunto anche la cittadinanza statunitense. Fu capo progetto dell' Intel 4004 e responsabile dello sviluppo dei microprocessori 8008, 4040 e 8080 e delle relative architetture. Fu anche lo sviluppatore della tecnologia MOS con gate di silicio ( MOS silicon gate technology ), che permise la fabbricazione dei primi ...

  9. Federico Faggin | IEEE Computer Society

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    Federico Faggin, born in Vicenza, Italy, attended the University of Padua, Italy, where he received a “Dottore in Fisica” degree, summa cum laude, in 1965. After a brief work experience in Italy, Faggin came to the United States in early 1968 to work for Fairchild Semiconductor in its R&D Laboratory in Palo Alto, California.

  10. about | THE FOUR LIVES OF FEDERICO FAGGIN

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    The Four Lives of Federico Faggin. Italian, American, Inventor, Consciousness Researcher. Documentary, 30 min., Directed by Roberto Miller, 2021. Federico Faggin shares his fascinating journey through the ages, from being born in war-time Italy to living the American dream as he became the renown physicist, serial entrepreneur, designer of the first microprocessors and inventor of devices we still use everyday such as the touchscreen and touchpad.

  11. The Intel 4004 Home

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    Federico Faggin signed the 4004 because: He was the leader of the design/development project of the first microprocessor, and brought it to its successful conclusion. Faggin did the detailed design work (logic design, circuit design, chip layout, tester design and test program development) with help from Masatoshi Shima , a Busicom software and logic designer without any previous chip design experience.

  12. Federico Faggin President at Federico and Elvia Faggin Foundation Los Altos, California, United States 3K followers 500+ connections Join to connect Federico and Elvia Faggin Foundation...