Cristina De Luca, PhD


Dr. Cristina De Luca received the Laurea degree in statistical and economic science from, University of Padova (Italy) and the PhD degree in mathematics from, University of Klagenfurt (Austria), 2003. She joined Infineon Technologies Austria AG in 2002. She has worked on a wide range of R2R control applications for lithography, CMP and CVD semiconductor production processes and rollout in Regensburg (Germany), Kulim (Malaysia) and Villach (Austria) and contributed to research on R2R for the epitaxy process. Her research interests included advanced process control, automation and statistical data analysis, production automation, predictive maintenance, virtual metrology and industry 4.0 automation, model predictive control for semiconductor manufacturing. She was an external professor for statistical quality control at the "Fachhochschule Kärnten" for 2004-2008 in cooperation with Infineon Technologies Austria AG. She is certified in Project Management since 2008. In 2009, she became project manager for European projects, first ENIAC and then ECSEL JU. She followed projects at different levels and contributed to their preparation, implementation, and coordination. To cite some of the projects: IMPROVE, EPPL, EPT300, SemI40, PRODUCTIVE4.0, Arrowhead Tools, AI4CSM. She is currently the coordinator of the ArchitectECA2030 project (Automotive) and AI4DI project (artificial intelligence). In 2019 she joined Infineon Technologies AG, Munich (Germany), where she is Senior Manager Funding Projects and Coordination.

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