Applied Materials is frequently recognized for business excellence, technological innovation, clean energy leadership and our commitment to the communities where we do business.
Recognized with Intel Corporation's Preferred Quality Supplier award for the company's significant contributions in 2010 providing Intel with semiconductor manufacturing equipment and support services, deemed essential to Intel's success. Read more
Applied Materials group vice president for Human Resources Mary Humiston was named one of the Silicon Valley Business Journal's "2011 Women of Influence" as one of 100 women from the public, private and nonprofit sectors who are working to improve their industries and communities. Read More
Recognized by The Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Technology Review as one of the world's 50 most innovative companies for enabling the proliferation of powerful computing devices through machines that make chips with ever-smaller features without rising in price. This is the second year in a row that Applied has been recognized on their annual list, now in its second year.
Placed third in the semiconductor industry behind Intel and Texas Instruments on FORTUNE Magazine's annual prestigious list of the World's Most Admired Companies. The company has consistently placed on the list since 1998.Read More
Featured on Corporate Responsibility Magazine’s annual "100 Best Corporate Citizens List," the world's top corporate responsibility ranking based on publicly-available information and recognized by PR Week as one of America's top three most-important business rankings.Read More
Named the top corporate philanthropist in Silicon Valley for 2009 by the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal. The company previously received this recognition in 2008. Read More
Recognized by Trina Solar with its "Outstanding Contribution of the Year 2010 - World Purchasing Award" for supporting the company's continued production capacity ramp with on-time delivery, product quality and service excellence. Read More
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
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
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
Profiles in Diversity Journal magazine recognized Mary Humiston, Group Vice President, Global Human Resources as one of the publication's annual "Women Worth Watching" for her critical role in an organizational transformation that requires Applied Materials to attract, retain and inspire the best possible talent around the world. Applied Materials was honored as a company that demonstrates a commitment to advancing women in leadership. Read More