Scott DeBoer is executive vice president of Micron’s Technology and Products organization and the site leader for the Boise-area sites. Dr. DeBoer leads Micron’s global technology development and engineering efforts – from silicon design to innovative, high-value system solutions.
Micron’s technology and products organization focuses on delivering memory solutions by advancing the scaling of current memory technologies, enablement of new memory technology, and integration into memory solutions covering all Micron target markets. The organization encompasses the full innovative capabilities of Micron’s engineering teams from silicon technology development, product engineering, memory design and systems engineering, to SSD engineering, firmware, IP, and ASIC development. He was appointed to his current position in 2019.
Dr. DeBoer joined Micron in 1995 as a process technology engineer and has served in a variety of technical and managerial positions leading up to his appointment as vice president of Process R&D in 2007, executive vice president of Technology Development in 2017, and executive vice president of Technology and Products in 2019.
He currently serves on the governing council of JUMP/nCORE Research Initiative, and the boards of Hastings College, SRC, Micron Semiconductor Italia S.r.l., and Idaho Business for Education.
Dr. DeBoer completed his undergraduate degree at Hastings College in Hastings, Nebraska. He earned a master’s degree in physics and a doctorate in electrical engineering from Iowa State University.