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Chun-Ting Liu

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Chun-Ting Liu

Chun-Ting Liu


Executive Vice President

Education

  • EMBA (2 Years’ Program), Thunderbird International Business School, Arizona, USA (2005)
  • Ph.D., Electrical Engineering Department, Princeton University, USA (1990)
    Thesis Advisor: Prof. Daniel Tsui, 1998 Nobel Prize winner in Physics
    Thesis Co-advisors: Prof. Dimitry Antoniadis and Prof. Hank Smith, M.I.T., USA
  • B.A., Electrical Engineering Department, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan (1983)

Experiences

  • Executive Vice President, ITRI (2015.06 to Present )

  • General Director, Electronics and Optoelectronics Research Laboratories, ITRI (2013.01-2015.08)

  • Deputy General Director, Electronics and Optoelectronics Research Laboratories, ITRI (2011.10-2012.01)
  • COO, World Vision Taiwan (WVT) (2010.05-2011.09)
  • AUO Group (2002.08-2010.05 )
    (1) GM of the Consumer Product Business Group, $1.4B USD Annual Revenue, ~ 10,000 Employee, 7 Factories, and ~100 Suppliers of Key Components
    (2) Senior VP of Technology Center, 17 R&D Divisions of ~ 1,500 RD engineers
    (3) Chairman and CEO, SiPix Technology, SiPix produces e-Readers, e-Tags, and e-Signage. 2 Operations in Taiwan and San Francisco
    (4) CEO of Raydium and Board of Directors for Orise (Both are IC Design Houses) 
    (5) Board of Directors, Cando and TOPPAN CFI
  • Department Head, Bell Labs (1990.09-2002.08 )

Honors

  • Fellow of The Chinese Society for Managament of Technology (2015)
  • Prizewinner of "The 20th TECO Award of Electrical/Machinery/Information/Communications" (2014)
  • Taiwan Gold Panel Award, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Taiwan, Republic of China (2008)
  • Industrial Technology Advancement Award, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Taiwan, Republic of China (2006)
  • Taiwan Gold Panel Award, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Taiwan, Republic of China (2003)
  • Bell Labs President’s Gold Award, New Jersey, USA, “0.25um CMOS Technology” (1997)