Alberto TroiaAuto System Memory Architect
Alberto Troia is currently working in Micron Technology Inc., as Automotive Advanced Memory Architect for Critical Market (wrt Engine and Transmission Control Units, Chassis, Body Control, Security). He received his graduation in Electronic Engineering in 2001 at University of Catania and started his career in 2001, as designer in the Programmable System Memory Group, leading the IEEE1532(ISP) and the IEEE1149.1(JTAG) digital design, developing specific memory either for FPGA boot and SiP. In 2007, he moved in the position of Automotive Application Manager to support the development and the ramp-up of production of products for Automotive critical environments (i.e. Engine and Transmission Control Unit). He stayed more than 5 years and, then, he started the program manager role to enable products for the Automotive market, like the first NOR MLC Automotive Grade, and the definition of memory for Engine and Transmission Control Unit, with the alignment of the specification to the ISOTS, ISO26262 and the AEC-Q100. He expanded also his activity in the DRAM and Managed Nand activity. He moved in the advanced architecture team in 2014 to lead the definition of product for critical and extreme applications, as Engine and Transmission Control Unit.