Federico Faggin (Italian pronunciation: [fedeˈriːko fadˈdʒin], Venetian:; 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 .
Federico Faggin, president of WITAR (World Technical Institutes Alessandro Rossi) e Pietro. Fox, vice president, at the inauguration of the Lycée Technique Alessandro Rossi in Ngozi, Burundi. Built by WITAR, the Lycée was gifted to the diocese of Ngozi.
Federico Faggin ( Vicenza, 1º dicembre 1941) è un fisico, inventore e imprenditore italiano naturalizzato statunitense  . Dal 1968 Faggin risiede negli Stati Uniti ed ha assunto anche la cittadinanza statunitense. Fu capo progetto e progettista dell' Intel 4004 e responsabile dello sviluppo dei microprocessori 8008, 4040 e 8080 e delle ...
Federico Faggin is a physicist, engineer, inventor, entrepreneur, and author. He developed the MOS Silicon Gate Technology at Fairchild (1968) and designed the world's first microprocessor at Intel (1971). Faggin also founded and led Zilog, Synaptics, and other high-tech companies before starting the Federico and Elvia Faggin Foundation (2011 ...
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.
Federico Faggin Nature Electronics 1 , 88 ( 2018) Cite this article 20k Accesses 7 Citations 89 Altmetric Metrics The Intel 4004 is renowned as the world’s first commercial microprocessor....
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.
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).
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.
Federico Faggin was awarded the National Medal of Technology and Innovation for the conception, design and application of the first microprocessor, which was commercially adopted and became the universal building block of digital electronic systems, significantly impacting the global economy and people's day-to-day lives.