Analyst Profile
Bob Johnson
Bob Johnson
Research VP
Santa Clara, CA USA
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Years of Experience
13 years at Gartner
42 years IT industry
Areas of Coverage
Semiconductors

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Roles and Responsibilities
Bob Johnson is a research vice president in Gartner's Technology & Service Provider Research organization, where he is part of the semiconductor manufacturing team in the Semiconductor Division. He is responsible for research and analysis of market trends in the semiconductor manufacturing area with specific focus on semiconductor capital spending and capacity, manufacturing economics, process control, and factory automation,
Previous Experience
Mr. Johnson has 30 years of experience in the semiconductor equipment industry, including more than 12 years at Applied Materials and eight years of independent strategic marketing consulting. He has extensive experience in strategic and tactical marketing, market research, product management, and business development.
Professional Background
ATMI Systems, Marketing Vice President, 1 year
Applied Materials, Various, 12 years
Self -employed, Consultant to Semiconductor Equipment Industry, 10 years
Education
M.B.A., Stanford University
B.S., Electrical Engineering, Stanford University




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Market Share Analysis: Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment, Worldwide, 2013 10-Apr-2014 Klaus Rinnen, Mark Stromberg, Dean Freeman, Bob Johnson, David Christensen
Report Highlight for Market Trends: Semiconductor Capital Investment Uncertain as the Internet of Things Comes of Age 03-Apr-2014 Bob Johnson
Market Share: Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment, Worldwide, 2013 31-Mar-2014 Klaus Rinnen, Takashi Ogawa, Mark Stromberg, Dean Freeman, David Christensen, Bob Johnson, Barbara Van
Market Trends: Semiconductor Capital Investment Uncertain as the Internet of Things Comes of Age 25-Mar-2014 Bob Johnson
Market Trends: Impact of DUV Multiple Patterning and EUV Lithography on the Economic Benefits of Moore's Law 06-Mar-2014 Samuel Tuan Wang, Dean Freeman, Bob Johnson