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Awards and Recognition

Applied Materials is frequently recognized for business excellence, technological innovation, clean energy leadership and our commitment to the communities where we do business.


Applied Ranks Among GI Jobs Magazine's "Top 100 Military Friendly Employers"

Recognized once again among the Top 100 Military Friendly Employers, as compiled by GI Jobs Magazine, for "recognizing the valuable resource found in the hundreds of thousands of services members exiting the military every year." Applied placed No. 67 on the 2011 list.Read More

Yingli Green Energy Grants Applied Materials Award for Outstanding Technology and Service

Recognized by Yingli Green Energy with its "Special Contribution Award" for excellence in optimizing the efficiency and productivity of Yingli's solar photovoltaic cell manufacturing operations in Baoding, Hebei province, China. Applied Materials was one of only two equipment manufacturers among Yingli’s 200 suppliers to win this prestigious award.Read More

Applied Materials Places Eighth Among U.S. based Companies in NEWSWEEK Magazine’s 2010 Green Rankings

Named for the second consecutive year to NEWSWEEK Magazine’s Green Rankings in its second annual environmental ranking of the 500 largest U.S. companies.  Applied Materials is noted by NEWSWEEK for making “great strides in reducing CO2 emissions and water use last year.”Read More

Applied Wins Second Award for iSYS Subfab Systems

Honored once again for its breakthrough iSYS subfab technology, receiving the EuroAsia IC Industry Subsystems & Components Award, which was presented on October 20, 2010, at the SEMICON Europa show in Dresden, Germany.Read More

Applied Materials Honored for "Building a Greener California"

Applied Materials and CEO Mike Splinter were recognized at the California League of Conservation Voters' 28th annual Environmental Leadership Awards for the company's work in Building a Greener California and making energy efficiency the core of its work as Applied transforms lives through bold technological advances, such as solar technology. In recognition of this honor, the company also received proclamations from various state elected officials.Read More

Applied Receives Acterra's 2010 Environmental Business Award

Named one of environmental nonprofit Acterra's 2010 Business Environmental Award winners for the company’s sustainability efforts and performance across environment, energy and community programs.Read More

BCA Green Mark Platinum

The Singapore Operations Center (SOC) building recently earned the highest environmental honor in the Singapore building industry – a Green Mark Platinum award from the Singapore Building and Construction Authority (BCA). The Green Mark program assesses buildings for energy and water efficiency, indoor environmental quality and environmental protection, and the adoption of other green features

26th Annual TWIN Awards Honor Applied Materials Female Executive

Applied Materials' Suchitra Subrahmanyan was recognized for her success and outstanding achievements at The Tribute to Women (TWIN) Awards Program, one of the nation's most prestigious awards given by the local and regional YWCA's.Read More

Applied Among Computerworld's 100 Best Places to Work in IT

Named for the second consecutive year as one of the "100 Best Places to Work in IT" by industry trade magazine Computerworld.Read More

Applied Ranks Among FORTUNE 500 for 2010

Recognized once again on FORTUNE's annual list of the largest U.S. companies.Read More

Applied Materials #1 Supplier in PV Manufacturing

Named for the second consecutive year as the top supplier to the PV manufacturing industry by VLSI Research as a result of the company consolidating their position in 2009 with organic growth and revenue gain from their existing products.Read More

Chairman Emeritus Jim Morgan Receives IEEE Noyce Medal

James C. Morgan, and engineer and business executive who led Applied Materials as it grew into a global company that creates technologies at the heart of all information products, was honored by IEEE with the 2010 IEEE Robert N. Noyce Medal.Read More