Other Executive Officers

 

 

 

Eric Aussedat

ERIC AUSSEDAT

Executive Vice President
Imaging Sub-Group General Manager
Analog, MEMS and Sensors Group

Eric Aussedat is Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Imaging sub-group within ST’s Analog, MEMS and Sensors Group and has held this position since October 2014.

Aussedat joined Thomson Semiconducteurs, a predecessor company to ST, as Product Engineer in 1981. He held various positions in product engineering and planning and was promoted Planning Manager of the Video Products Group in 1986. Later on, Aussedat was appointed to manage the product and manufacturing planning operations of INMOS, a UK company acquired by ST. Subsequently, he supervised the Engineering and Test Strategy for the Programmable Product Group before his promotion to head ST’s Microcontroller Division in 1995. In 2000-2004, Aussedat led the TV and Display Division and became General Manager of ST’s Cellular Communication Division in 2005. Two years later, Aussedat was appointed General Manager of the Imaging Division. In 2012, Aussedat was appointed ST’s Executive Vice President in charge of the Imaging, Bi-CMOS ASIC and Silicon Photonics Group.

Eric Aussedat was born in Montmorency near Paris, France, in 1954. He graduated with a degree in Electronic Engineering from the Institut National Polytechnique in Grenoble and earned a diploma from the Institut d’Administration des Entreprises of Grenoble.

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Alberto Della ChiesaALBERTO DELLA CHIESA

Executive Vice President, Supply Chain

Alberto Della Chiesa is STMicroelectronics’ Executive Vice President in charge of Supply Chain and has held this role since May 2012.

Della Chiesa joined STMicroelectronics as a New Product Planning Engineer in 1988. He was in charge of new product introductions in the Automotive and Hard Disk Drive market and pioneered a number of ST’s successful collaborative programs with major key customers. In his tenure at STMicroelectronics, Della Chiesa has covered different positions in both Planning and Operations. In 2005, he was appointed Director, Planning & Service for the Computer Peripherals Group, where he actively contributed to the creation of ST’s first operations and planning structure in Singapore. Over time, Della Chiesa rose to become Group Vice President of Supply Chain, followed by the nomination of General Manager and consequently Head of Operations and Supply Chain for ST’s Computers and Communications Infrastructure Product Group.

Alberto Della Chiesa was born in Varese, Italy, in 1964, and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Statistics from the Catholic University of Milan, with a specialization in the manufacturing processes. He is also CPIM certified with the American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS) in Paris, France.

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Stefano CantùSTEFANO CANTÙ

Executive Vice President
Supply Chain and Operations General Manager Automotive
and Discrete Group

Stefano Cantù is Executive Vice President, Supply Chain and Operations General Manager at STMicroelectronics’ Automotive and Discrete Group and has held this position since April 2016.

After experiences at Italtel and the Italian Ministry of Defense, Cantù joined the Planning organization of STMicroelectronics’ Dedicated Product Group in 1994. Five years later, he was appointed Central Planning Manager for the Telecom, Peripheral, and Automotive Group. In 2003-2004, Cantù managed production control at ST’s manufacturing sites in Phoenix and Carrollton in Texas, US and in 2005, he moved to Planning Director at ST’s Automotive Product Group. Cantù was promoted to Automotive Product Group Vice President responsible for Supply Chain in 2009 and the Group Operations were added to his mandate in 2012.

Stefano Cantù was born in Milan, Italy, in 1968, and he graduated with a degree in Electronic Engineering from the Polytechnic of Milan.

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Paul CihakPAUL J. CIHAK

Executive Vice President
General Manager, Sales & Marketing, Europe, Middle East and Africa

Paul Cihak is Executive Vice President and General Manager, Sales & Marketing for STMicroelectronics’ Europe, Middle East and Africa Region, and has held this position since April 2014.

Cihak began his career with Hewlett Packard in 1994. He spent five years working in HP’s Inkjet printing business before being hired into strategic account management by STMicroelectronics in 1999. In 2003, Cihak managed an industry-leading e-Business supply chain project cited as one of the first successful B2B RosettaNet programs in the world. Cihak rose through the ranks to become Director of Sales in 2004, Vice President of Sales in 2007, and Vice President of ST’s Computer and Peripheral accounts in 2011 leading all aspects of the sales, marketing, application engineering, customer service, and business development strategy. He was promoted in 2012 to lead ST’s largest sales Business Unit managing three Global Key Accounts for the Company.  

Paul Cihak was born in San Diego, CA, in 1971. He graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in History and Political Science and holds a MBA from Portland State University.

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Andrea CuomoANDREA CUOMO

Executive Vice President
Special Projects

Andrea Cuomo is STMicroelectronics’ Executive Vice President in charge of Special Projects, and has held this position since January 2012.

Cuomo joined SGS Microelettronica, a predecessor company to STMicroelectronics, in 1983, covering managerial roles in Product Management and Strategy, and rose to become VP for the Headquarters Region in 1994. In 1998, he created the AST group, a key organization for developing ST’s system knowledge and advanced architectures. In 2002, Cuomo was promoted to Corporate VP, AST General Manager, and took on further responsibilities as Chief Strategy Officer in 2005. In 2008, Cuomo was appointed Executive VP, General Manager, EMEA Sales & Marketing and AST. From July 2010 to June 2017 he was the Executive Chairman at 3Sun, the photovoltaic JV between ST, Enel, and Sharp.

From June 2015 to February 2018, Cuomo served as Chairman of the Governing Board at EU’s ECSEL Joint Undertaking.

His board memberships include the Ospedale San Raffaele in Milano, the International Advisory Boards at the SDA Bocconi University in Milano, and at ESADE Business School in Barcelona, Spain.

Andrea Cuomo was born in Milan, Italy, in 1954, and studied Nuclear Science at the Polytechnic of Milan.

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Fabio GualandrisFABIO GUALANDRIS

Executive Vice President
Head of Back-End Manufacturing & Technology

Fabio Gualandris is Executive Vice President, Head of ST’s Back-End Manufacturing & Technology organization and has held this position since January 2016.

Gualandris joined the R&D organization of SGS Microelettronica, a predecessor company to ST, in 1984. He was promoted to R&D Director of Operations in 1989 and became Automotive Business Unit Director in 1996. After two years in the US as President and CEO of Semitool, a semiconductor manufacturing equipment vendor, he rejoined ST in 2000 as Group VP responsible for the RAM/PSRAM Product Division and the Flash Automotive Business Unit. In 2005, Gualandris was appointed CEO of ST Incard, an ST smart-card subsidiary. In 2008-2010, he served as VP and Supply Chain General Manager at ST’s memory joint venture with Intel. In 2011, Gualandris was appointed ST’s Executive Vice President in charge of Product Quality Excellence.

Gualandris has authored several technical and managerial papers, holds some international patents, and sat on boards at Incard SA, ST Incard, and the Numonyx-Hynix joint venture in China. He also served as Board member and President of Numonyx Italy.

Fabio Gualandris was born in Bergamo, Italy, in 1959. He graduated in Physics from the University of Milan.

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Joël HartmannJOËL HARTMANN
Executive Vice President
Digital Front-End Manufacturing & Technology

Joël Hartmann is Executive Vice President of STMicroelectronics, Digital Front-End Manufacturing and Technology, and has held this position since February 2012. He manages ST’s manufacturing operations in Crolles and Rousset, France, Technology and Design Platforms for the Company’s digital products.

From 1979 to 2000, Hartmann worked at CEA-Leti, France-based applied-research center. In 2000, he joined STMicroelectronics as Director of the Crolles2 Alliance, the semiconductor manufacturing R&D initiative of STMicroelectronics, NXP, and Freescale Semiconductor. In 2008, Hartmann was promoted to Group Vice President and Director of Advanced CMOS Logic & Derivative Technologies. From 2010 to 2012, he had additional responsibilities as a co-leader of the Semiconductor Research and Development Center in Fishkill, NY, within the IBM ISDA Technology Alliance for advanced CMOS process development.

Hartmann sits on the Board of the SOI Industry Consortium Initiative and is a Member of the IEEE Electron Device Society. In 2017, he became a member of the French “Académie des Technologies”. Hartmann has filed 15 patents on semiconductor technology and devices and authored 10 publications in this field to date.

Joël Hartmann was born in Toulon, France, in 1955. He graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Physique de Grenoble with a degree in Physics. 

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BOB KRYSIAKBOB KRYSIAK

Executive Vice President
President, Americas Region
Global Mass Market and Online Marketing Programs

Bob Krysiak is an Executive Vice President of STMicroelectronics and, since 2010, President of ST’s Americas Region. He also manages ST’s Global Mass Market and Online Marketing Programs.

Krysiak started his career in 1983 in the Transputer Design Group of INMOS, a company that was later acquired by ST. In ST he led CPU design groups that focused on 32-bit MCU cores and chip-level network infrastructure. In 1997, Krysiak was promoted to Group VP, responsible for development of microcontrollers and DSP System-on-Chip products for mobile phones, disk-drive controllers, GPS receivers, set-top-boxes, and digital cameras. Soon, Krysiak became Group VP for ST's microprocessor and microcontroller developments of 8-, 16-, 32- and 64-bit and VLIW products. In 2001, he managed ST’s DVD division, where ST grew to become a market leader and in 2004, Krysiak became Marketing Director for the Home, Personal, and Communications sector. A year later, he was appointed Executive VP of ST’s Greater China region. Today, he shares time between Boston and Santa Clara.

Bob Krysiak was born in Bristol, UK, in 1954 and holds an Electronics degree from Cardiff University and an MBA from the University of Bath. 

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Claudia Levo

CLAUDIA LEVO

Executive Vice President,
Integrated Marketing & Communications

Claudia Levo is Executive Vice President at STMicroelectronics with responsibility, since June 2018, for integrated Marketing & Communications strategies and plans. Her responsibilities encompass corporate communications, including PR, media and industry analyst relations, marketing communications and digital marketing.

Levo began her career in 1993, with Marconi, a global telecommunications company, where she had responsibility for a number of management roles within the Communication function, including marketing communications and internal and external communications across wide geographies. In 2005, Levo managed the communication activities related to the integration of Marconi with Ericsson, and was subsequently appointed Vice President for Communications at the newly formed Ericsson Multimedia Business Unit. In 2008, Levo was appointed Vice President Communications at Italtel. In early 2009 she joined ST-Ericsson, the wireless joint venture between STMicroelectronics and Ericsson, as Senior Vice President and head of Global Communications. In this capacity, she has successfully built the Global Communication function covering marketing and portfolio communication, public and media relations, investor relations and internal communication.

Claudia Levo was born in Genoa, Italy, in 1965, and holds a language school diploma (Liceo Linguistico) in English and Russian.

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Matteo Lo PrestiMATTEO LO PRESTI

Executive Vice President,
Analog Sub-Group General Manager Analog, MEMS and Sensors Group

Matteo Lo Presti is Executive Vice President, General Manager of the Analog sub-group within ST’s Analog, MEMS and Sensors Group, and has held this position since January 2016.

Lo Presti joined the Advanced Research Group of SGS-Thomson Microelectronics (now STMicroelectronics) in 1994 and was appointed Head of Fuzzy Logic R&D four years later. From 2002 to 2004, Lo Presti led the marketing and application labs for the Industrial and Automotive market segments in ST’s Emerging Markets. He gained responsibility for the Company’s Systems Lab in 2004 and the Subsystem Product Group and Technical Marketing for the Industrial & Multisegment Sector were added to his mandate in 2008 and 2009, respectively. In 2012, Lo Presti was promoted to Group Vice President, General Manager, Industrial and Power Conversion Division.

From 1996 to 2004, Lo Presti served as a visiting professor at the University of Messina (Italy) and the University of Catania (Italy). He has authored more than 40 international publications and holds several industrial patents.

Matteo Lo Presti was born in Misterbianco, Italy, in 1965, and graduated with a degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Catania.

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Giuseppe NotarnicolaGIUSEPPE NOTARNICOLA

Executive Vice President
Treasury, Insurance, M&A, IP BU, Real Estate, and Italy Public Affairs

Giuseppe Notarnicola is STMicroelectronics’ Executive Vice President responsible for managing Treasury, a position he has held since February 2012. His responsibilities were expanded in 2013 to include Insurance and in 2018 to include M&A, IP BU, Real Estate and Public Affairs for Italy.

Notarnicola started his career with Banca Nazionale del Lavoro (BNL), one of Italy’s largest banks, in 1987. At BNL, he rose to manage financial operations in Singapore, the Financial Department at BNL London, BNL’s financial advisory arm for corporate and institutional customers, and in 2004, was promoted to Head of Large Corporate clients. Notarnicola joined ST in 2006 as Group Vice President responsible for corporate and worldwide treasury activities of ST and its affiliates. He initiated the Company’s relationship with the European Investment Bank and managed the financing aspects of ST’s Flash memory business spin-out, as well as strategic funding in the capital markets.

Notarnicola is Managing Director of STMicroelectronics Finance B.V., the Company’s funding vehicle, and a board member of ST’s Italian legal entity and  several ST affiliates.

Giuseppe Notarnicola was born in Codroipo near Udine, Italy, in 1961. He graduated cum laude in Business Administration from the LUISS Guido Carli University in Rome, Italy.

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Patricjk PeubezPATRICK PEUBEZ

Executive Vice President
Product Quality Excellence

Patrick Peubez is STMicroelectronics’ Executive Vice President in charge of Product Quality Excellence and has held this position since April 2016.

Peubez began his career at Thomson-CSF Integrated Circuits Division, a predecessor company to ST, in 1979, as an engineer developing PowerMOS and Bipolar transistors, and later Analog TV ICs. In 1987, he was promoted to deputy head of the Bipolar and BiCMOS 100mm-wafer engineering production unit for analog integrated circuits. Later on, Peubez directed 125mm-wafer production at ST’s Rennes site, specializing in the Analog/BCD technologies and components for the space industry.

In 1997, he was appointed Head of Operations responsible for revitalizing production at ST’s 200mm fab in Phoenix, Arizona. After a stint as director of technology transfer and improved manufacturing efficiencies at the Company level, in 2005 Peubez joined, as General Manager, the team responsible for implementing technologies and purchasing wafers in foundries working with ST, to ensure the Company’s production flexibility. From 2014 to 2015, he served as Director of Operations and Site Director at ST’s plant in Rousset, France.

Patrick Peubez was born in Libourne, France, in 1954. He holds an engineering degree from Central School of Lyon and a postgraduate degree in Physics of Semiconductors.

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Jerome Roux

JEROME ROUX

Executive Vice President
Head of Sales & Marketing, Asia Pacific Region

Jerome Roux is Executive Vice President of STMicroelectronics, Head of Sales & Marketing for STMicroelectronics’ Asia Pacific Region, and has held this position since July 2017.

Roux began his career in the Planning department of SGS-THOMSON Microelectronics, a predecessor to STMicroelectronics, in 1988. He soon moved to the Company’s packaging facility in Casablanca, Morocco as Material Manager. Afterwards, Roux moved to Singapore and then Shanghai as the Asia Pacific Marketing Director for ST’s Discrete and Standard Product Group. He left ST briefly to join an ST supplier company as Managing Director and Member of the Board and returned to ST in 2006 as Group Vice President, Assembly & Testing Outsourcing Operations, based in Singapore. Global Purchasing responsibilities were added to his mandate in 2008. He was promoted to Corporate Vice President in 2012 and has managed Geographic and Distribution Sales in ST’s Greater China & South Asia Region (since 2015) and Asia Pacific Region (since 2016).

Roux serves as Advisor to the French Government (CCEF) on Foreign Trade of the Singapore committee.

Jerome Roux was born in Antibes, France, in 1965, and graduated from ISG Business School in Paris with a Master degree in Commerce (Management & Marketing).

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Thierry Tingaud

THIERRY TINGAUD

Executive Vice President
Europe and France Public Affairs STMicroelectronics President, STMicroelectronics France

Thierry Tingaud is STMicroelectronics’ Executive Vice President of Europe and France Public Affairs since July 2018. He also holds the position of President of STMicroelectronics France since 2012.

In 1985, Tingaud joined Thomson Semiconductors, a predecessor company to STMicroelectronics in a telecom marketing role. Following several promotions, Tingaud was appointed Corporate Strategic Key Account Director in 1996, Vice President, Sales and Marketing for the European Telecommunications Business Unit in 1999, and then Corporate Vice President for Emerging Markets in 2006. He joined ST-Ericsson in 2009 as Vice President of Strategic Planning and Public Affairs and then was named Senior Vice President, General Manager of three Product Divisions. He rejoined ST in 2012 to lead West Europe Sales & Marketing and European Public Affairs.

Tingaud is Vice-President of ESIA[1], Chairman of the Joint Steering Committee for the World Semiconductor Council, and the representative of the President and CEO of STMicroelectronics at the European Round Table of Industrialists, at the European Commission’s High Level Group KET’s, and at the Electronics Leaders Group. In June 2018, he was appointed to the High Level Group of Experts on AI by the European Commission and President of the “filière électronique” in France.

Born in Paris in 1959, Thierry Tingaud graduated with a degree in Electronic Engineering from INSA Lyon (1982) and with a Master of Business Administration from ESSEC (1985).

[1] ESIA - European Semiconductor Industry Association

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