Cameron Gross
Fayetteville, AR; Dallas, TX; Plano, TX
BSChE 1997
MSChE 2000

While completing his Masters degree, Cameron joined Texas Instruments in Dallas in 1999 and will celebrate 20 years with TI in July of this year. While working for TI, he has occupied different roles as an engineer and leader in manufacturing. Cameron began his career as a Process development engineer in the Kilby Center working on thin film processing and development with plasma enhanced silicon nitride and oxynitride films. In this capacity, Cameron is co-inventor on two patents assigned to TI. Cameron worked from 2007 to 2009 as a development engineer on a special project to develop a new technology at the customer’s location in Kentucky and then bring that technology to production in Dallas. In 2009, TI announced the world’s first 300mm Analog dedicated wafer fab, RFAB, and Cameron joined the startup team as a Manufacturing Superintendent and worked in that capacity through 2017, implementing multiple programs into the new factory including the Command Center and manufacturing owned preventive maintenance. In 2017, Cameron was promoted to Manufacturing Manager for TI’s plant in Sherman, TX and helped drive improvements in overall productivity and factory performance. In mid-2018, Cameron re-joined the RFAB team in his current role as the Manufacturing Manager. Cameron and his wife Kate have three teenage children. The whole family is very active in their church and also very active with the Richardson Symphony Orchestra.

Arkansas Academy of Chemical Engineers, 2019.