Hassan Khan is an executive fellow at Carnegie Mellon leading the National Network for Critical Technology Assessment's analytics on semiconductors and supply chains. Previously, Khan was a New Product Introduction Operations Program Manager at Apple in the Home Audio organization where he led new product readiness reviews and ramps in close coordination with engineering, product design, and the broader operations org. Earlier in his career, Khan worked for McKinsey’s San Francisco Office serving clients in the consumer electronics and semiconductor manufacturing industries, and led development and transfer to manufacturing of a low-temperature front-contact metallization process for Twin Creek's ultra-thin, low-cost, crystalline silicon photovoltaic (PV) cells out of Senatobia, Mississippi. Khan received his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from UC Berkeley in 2010 and Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon in Engineering and Public Policy in 2017. His dissertation focused on the policy challenges facing the semiconductor industry as it approached the end of Moore’s Law in funding and finding a successor to silicon CMOS.