Meet the people of TI

Don’t be surprised if you feel a sense of pride the first time someone refers to you as a TIer, because TIers have helped shape the world as you know it. Jack Kilby had only been at TI for three months when he created the integrated circuit, which changed the world as we know it. Since then, thousands of TIers around the globe have contributed invention after invention to enable electronics to become smaller, more efficient, more affordable and more reliable.

TI engineer Dan Rembold took a problem-solving approach to his fight against cancer. And it may have saved his life.

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TIer Matt Hein sits at the kitchen table with his 3-month-old son on his lap. He is working with a customer on a medical ventilator project as he adapts to the world of working from home amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Our CEO and his wife recently donated $51M to the alma mater (where they met) to advance technology education for women.

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TI engineer Gina Hann and her husband have created a foundation and are building awareness for a rare disease called Batten, with which their son has been diagnosed.

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