As vice president of R&D for data acquisition and control, Stefanie Breyer leads the continued advancement and development of NI's broad portfolio of data acquisition products, including CompactDAQ, CompactRIO, multifunction I/0, signal conditioning, vision, motion, and communication buses.
Since joining NI in 1995 as an applications engineer, Breyer has held several leadership positions across R&D teams, including hardware, firmware, driver software, and application software.
Breyer has led multiple strategic and operational initiatives across the company, resulting in improvements to R&D efficiency, process, and employee engagement. She is a champion for close integration between hardware and software development to provide customers with increased ease of use and a differentiated user experience.
Breyer is a co-inventor of six patents and enjoys promoting STEM education through her volunteer work with Girlstart.
Breyer holds a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Rice University.