WIE Breakfast at APEC 2017
Join Stephanie Watts Butler at the APEC WIE Breakfast
Tuesday, March 28th from 8:00-9:00 a.m. in Room 12.
There is no cost to attend this breakfast, walk-ins are welcome, RSVP is encouraged: Sign Up Here
The Power to Be...
Flexibility and efficiency are important concepts for power electronics. They are also relevant for achieving a successful career, while also enjoying a full life. Please join Dr. Stephanie Watts Butler at the IEEE PELS Women in Engineering breakfast for a discussion on how to have a powerful career regardless of technology evolution, market dynamics, or personal life changes. Dr. Butler will share some tips and experiences from her own career path journey and engage the audience in finding ways to gain their own personal power.
Stephanie Watts Butler, Ph.D., P.E., is the Technology Innovation Architect in High Voltage Power at Texas Instruments (TI), driving new technology innovations from concept to revenue by leading partnerships with TI’s technology organizations, manufacturing sites, universities, and product development teams. In her career, she has produced innovations in the semiconductor industry in the areas of control, process and package development, R&D management, and new product development. The result is power semiconductors that enable TI's customers to make smaller, lighter, and more energy efficient products. Dr. Butler has authored more than 40 papers and 16 U.S. patents. She is a Fellow of AVS and a Senior Member of IEEE and AIChE. SWE has honored Dr. Butler with the 2016 Achievement Award, and the Dallas Business Journal selected her as a 2015 Woman in Technology. Most recently, Business Insider named Dr. Butler to their most powerful female engineers list of 2017. Dr. Butler also serves on the TxGCP Champion Board and UT Austin Department of Chemical Engineering Advisory Council.