Matt Watson is currently the General Manager for the C2000TM Real-time Microcontroller business at Texas Instruments. Under Matt’s leadership the business has experienced significant growth in digital power and motor control applications, especially demonstrating leadership in low-latency performance, power efficiency, and power density in industrial applications such as solar and motor drives and automotive in vehicle electrification. Prior to joining C2000, Matt managed the Automotive Infotainment Processors business at TI leading several generations of successful automotive processors to help TI achieve market leadership. Matt’s previous roles at TI included software development and architecture for audio and automotive microprocessors.
Prior to joining TI, Matt held research and development positions at Dolby Laboratories and Motorola Semiconductor. He holds Engineering and Music degrees from the University of Miami, FL.