Guy Dubois

Expert of the Semiconductor industry

 

Guy Dubois spent most of its professional life at Thomson and after the merger with SGS Microelectronica at STMicroelectronics. He started as an engineer at the « semiconductor process and device R&D » department at Thomson in 1968. In 1978, Guy Dubois is appointed process an device engineering manager at the Grenoble plant.

Until 2007, he held various positions within ST, among them : Group QA (Quality Assurance) Manager for the newly formed STMicroelectronics and plant manager at ST Rennes.

Guy Dubois was then in charge of major restructuring activities at the Grenoble site and he was promoted Group Vice President in 1997 as responsible of ST’s worldwide foundry requirements.
From 2007 to 2008, Guy Dubois was Office Director at the MEDEA+ cluster of EUREKA. He was also member of the European Strategic Research Agenda working group.

In April 2008, Guy Dubois returned to STMicroelectronics as Technology R&D Group Vice President.
Today, Guy Dubois has set up GDCL MANAGEMENT and intervenes as an expert at DECISION on seminconductor industry issues.

Guy Dubois graduated from the French Engineering school (Conservatoire National des Arts et Metiers) in Paris.