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Dr. Morris Chang
Chairman
Education:
Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, USA
Experience:
Chief Executive Officer, TSMC
Chairman, Industrial Technology Research Institute
President, General Instrument Corporation
Dr. Morris Chang is the founding Chairman of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Ltd. (TSMC), which was established in 1987. TSMC pioneered the dedicated silicon foundry business model and has served as a powerful force in building both the foundry industry and the fabless semiconductor industry.

Prior to his career in Taiwan, Dr. Chang's career was in the United States. He was the President and Chief Operating Officer of General Instrument Corporation from 1984-1985, and prior to that, he served at Texas Instruments for 25 years (1958-1983), where he was Group Vice President responsible for worldwide semiconductor business for six years.

Dr. Chang received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from M.I.T. in 1952 and 1953, and his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford in 1964. He has received honorary doctorates from seven universities.

Dr. Chang was named one of the world’s 30 best CEOs by Barron’s magazine in 2013, and in 2012 was awarded Businessman of the Year by Forbes Asia magazine and made a Laureate of the Industrial Technology Research Institute. He received the IEEE Medal of Honor, the R.O.C. Order of the Brilliant Star, and the SEMI Akira Inoue award for green management in 2011; the EE Times Lifetime Achievement Award in 2009; and the highest honor of the Semiconductor Industry Association(U.S.), its Robert N. Noyce Award, in 2008. He also received the Nikkei Asia Prize in 2005; the IEEE Robert N. Noyce Medal for Exceptional Contributions to Microelectronics Industry in 2000; and the "Exemplary Leadership Award" of the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) in 1999.

Dr. Chang is a Member of National Academy of Engineering (U.S.A.), a Life Member Emeritus of MIT Corporation , and Fellow of the Computer History Museum.
Dr. F.C. Tseng
Vice Chairman
Education:
Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan
Experience:
President, TSMC
President, Vanguard International Semiconductor Corp.
Dr. F.C. Tseng is the Vice Chairman of TSMC. Prior to his appointment, Dr. Tseng served as Deputy Chief Executive Officer, President, and Senior Vice President of Operations. Dr. Tseng also spent two years as President of Vanguard International Semiconductor Corporation (VIS), which spun out from the Industrial Technology Research Institute's (ITRI) Sub-micron Process Technology Development Project and was Taiwan's first eight-inch IC facility.

Dr. Tseng led 110 specialists to spin off from ITRI's Electronics Research & Service Organization (ERSO), and in 1987 co-founded TSMC as a pioneer specializing in the "foundry only" semiconductor manufacturing business. Dr. Tseng established a solid technical base for TSMC's six-inch and eight-inch fabs.

From 1973 to 1986, Dr. Tseng served at ITRI-ERSO. In 1978, Dr. Tseng was promoted to plant manager of the IC demonstration plant, where he was responsible for the production and development of silicon-gate CMOS. Under his supervision, ITRI established the capability to develop an advanced CMOS process.

Dr. Tseng holds a Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan, and he was named one of the "Ten Outstanding Engineers" by the Chinese Institute of Engineers in 1991.
Dr. Mark Liu
President and Co-Chief Executive Officer
Education:
Ph.D., Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Experience:
Co-Chief Operating Officer, TSMC
Senior Vice President, Operations, TSMC
Senior Vice President, Advanced Technology Business, TSMC
Vice President, South-Site Operation, TSMC
President, Worldwide Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp.
Dr. Mark Liu is currently President and Co-Chief Executive Officer at Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC). Prior to this, he was Co-Chief Operating Officer from March 2012 to November 2013. Before that, he was Senior Vice President of Operations from 2009 to 2012. From 2006 to 2009, he was a Senior Vice President responsible for the Advanced Technology Business at TSMC. From 1999 to 2000, he was the President of Worldwide Semiconductor Manufacturing Company.

Prior to joining TSMC, from 1987 to 1993, he was with AT&T Bell Laboratory, Holmdel, NJ, as a research manager for the High Speed Electronics Research Laboratory, working on optical fiber communication systems. From 1983 to 1987, he was a process integration manager of CMOS technology development at Intel Corporation, Santa Clara, CA, developing silicon process technologies for Intel microprocessor.

Mark Liu is serving as a member of Board of Directors in Silicon System Manufacturing Company in Singapore.

Mark Liu received B.S. degree in electrical engineering from National Taiwan University. He received M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering and computer science from University of California, Berkeley.
Dr. C.C. Wei
President and Co-Chief Executive Officer
Education:
Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Yale University, USA
Experience:
Co-Chief Operating Officer, TSMC
Senior Vice President, Business Development, TSMC
Senior Vice President, Mainstream Technology Business, TSMC
Vice President, South Site Operation, TSMC
Senior Vice President, Technology, Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd.
Dr. C. C. Wei joined TSMC in 1998 and currently serves as President and Co-Chief Executive Officer. Prior to his recent appointment, Dr. Wei was TSMC's Co-Chief Operating Officer from March 2012 to November 2013. From 2009 to 2012, he was TSMC’s Senior Vice President of Business Development. Before that, he was Senior Vice President of Main Stream Technology Business.

Before joining TSMC, he was Senior Vice President of Technology at Chartered Semiconductor and Senior Manager, Logic and SRAM technology development at ST Microelectronics.

C. C. Wei received B.S. degree in electrical engineering from National Chiao Tung University. And later he was awarded his PhD by Yale University.
Dr. Stephen T. Tso
Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer
Education:
Ph.D., Materials Science and Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Experience:
President, WaferTech, LLC, Camas, USA
Senior Vice President, Operations, TSMC
Senior Vice President, Worldwide Marketing & Sales, TSMC
Dr. Steve Tso is TSMC's Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer. Prior to his current position, Dr. Tso served as President of TSMC's Wafertech affiliate in Camas, Washington.

Dr. Tso joined TSMC in 1996 as the Vice President of R&D. He was later the Senior Vice President of World Wide Marketing & Sales and Senior Vice President of Operations. Prior to joining TSMC, Dr. Tso served as General Manager of Applied Materials CVD products, Vice President of Operations at SGS-Thomson and as a Fab Engineering Manager for Texas Instruments.

Dr. Tso received the B.S. degree in Physics from National Taiwan University and his M.S. and Ph.D degrees in Materials Science and Engineering from University of California, Berkeley.
Ms. Lora Ho
Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Spokesperson
Education:
EMBA, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Experience:
Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Spokesperson, TSMC
Vice President, TI-Acer Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp.
Lora Ho is the Chief Financial Officer and Spokesperson of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited (TSMC).

Joined TSMC in 1999, Ms. Ho served as Corporate Controller from 1999 to 2003, and became the Chief Financial Officer since 2003. Prior to TSMC, Ms. Ho served various positions in Accounting and Finance field in Foreign invested companies.

Ms. Ho was awarded " Outstanding Financial Executive " for the year of 1993 by Financial Executives Institute, The " Best Companies' Best CFO " of Taiwan from 2007-2010 by FinanceAsia , also the Best CFO in Asia in 2011 by Institutional Investor.

Ms. Ho received her MBA degree from National Taiwan University in 2003 and a B.A. degree from National Cheng-chi University in 1978.
Dr. Wei-Jen Lo
Senior Vice President, Research & Development
Education:
Ph.D., Solid State Physics and Surface Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Experience:
Vice President, Operations for Manufacturing Technology, TSMC
Vice President, Advanced Technology Business, TSMC
Vice President, Research & Development, TSMC
Vice President, Operation II, TSMC
Director, Advanced Technology Development & CTM Plant Manager, Intel
Dr. Lo is TSMC's Senior Vice President of Research and Development. Prior to this post, he served as Vice President of the Company's Advanced Technology Business.

Dr. Lo joined TSMC in 2004 as Vice President of Operations II and served as Vice President of Research & Development from 2006 to 2009.

Prior to joining TSMC, Dr. Lo was Director of Technology Development and Plant Manager with Intel Corporation's Technology and Manufacturing Group. From 1997 to 2000, he served a Factory Manager, responsible for running Intel's development factory in Santa Clara, California.

Dr. Lo has also worked at U.S. university, the Motorola Research and Development Lab and the Xerox Microelectronics Center.

Dr. Lo received his B.S. degree in physics from National Taiwan University and his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Solid State Physics and Surface Chemistry from University of California, Berkeley.
Mr. Rick Cassidy
Senior Vice President and President of TSMC North America
Education:
B.S. degree in Engineering, United States Military Academy at West Point, USA
Experience:
Vice President of TSMC North America Account Management
Rick Cassidy has been a major contributor to both the business and technical spheres of the semiconductor industry for nearly 30 years and has led many major contributions to the growth of the fabless business model.

Mr. Cassidy was appointed President, TSMC North America in January 2005 and was elected a Corporate Vice President, TSMC, Ltd. in November 2008. He has driven many of the strategic initiatives and business process improvements that helped TSMC achieve its current market position. Mr. Cassidy joined TSMC North America in 1997 as Vice President, Account Management. From 1999 to 2004, he served as Senior Vice President, Operations, instituting productivity and business process efficiencies that kept customers and the company on-course during one of the semiconductor industry's most turbulent times. He was then appointed Executive Vice President, TSMC North America in 2004.

Mr. Cassidy began his semiconductor industry career at Fairchild Semiconductor Company, which was later acquired by National Semiconductor in 1979. Over the next 15 years, he served in a broad range of ever-increasing responsibilities in manufacturing, engineering, quality and reliability, and marketing. In 1994, Mr. Cassidy was appointed Vice President and General Manager of National Semiconductor's Military & Aerospace Division, assuming responsibility for over 600 people.

Prior to entering the semiconductor industry, Mr. Cassidy served as an officer in the U.S. Army. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point.
Mr. M.C. Tzeng
Vice President, Operations / Affiliate Fabs
Education:
M.S., Applied Chemistry, Chung Yuan University, Taiwan
Experience:
Vice President, Mainstream Technology Business, Vice President Operations I, Senior Director Fab 2 Operations, TSMC
Mr. M.C. Tzeng is TSMC's Vice President of Operations for Affiliate Fabs. Prior to this post, he served as Vice President of TSMC's Mainstream Technology Business. He joined the Company in 1987.

Prior to TSMC, Mr. Tzeng worked for ERSO/ITRI on IC process technology projects. Mr. Tzeng has compiled an extensive IC manufacturing background having held positions as a Process Engineer, Fab Section Manager, Fab Department Manager and Fab Senior Director. His in-depth knowledge covers both on process technology development and Fab operations.

Mr. Tzeng received his B.S. degree in Chemistry from Tamkang University and his M.S. degree in Applied Chemistry from Chung Yuan University.
Dr. Jack Sun
Vice President, Research & Development and Chief Technology Officer
Education:
Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, University of Illinois, USA
Experience:
Vice President, Research and Development, TSMC
Senior Director, Logic Technology Development Division, TSMC
R&D, International Business Machines
Dr. Jack Sun has served as TSMC's Vice President of Research and Development since June of 2006 and as Chief Technology Officer since November 2009. During his career at TSMC, he has led the successful expansion and acceleration of the logic and Mixed-signal/RF technology roadmap at tsmc. He has driven the advanced technology R&D initiatives from 0.18-micron node to today's leading edge 20nm process and beyond.

Prior to joining TSMC, Dr. Sun held a number of senior management and engineering positions at IBM Research and the IBM Semiconductor Research and Development Center for 14 years. He led many successful R&D projects that set world records and shaped industry trends in CMOS, SOI, low-power CMOS, low temperature CMOS, bipolar, and SiGe Hetero-junction Bipolar Transistors (HBT).

Dr. Sun received his BS degree from National Taiwan University, and MS and Ph.D. degree from the University of Illinois, all in Electrical Engineering. He is an IEEE Fellow in recognition of his significant contributions to CMOS technology. He has over 200 papers, 11 US patents, and several ROC patents.
Dr. N.S. Tsai
Vice President, Quality & Reliability
Education:
Ph.D., Materials Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Experience:
Senior Director, Quality & Reliability, TSMC
 Dr. N.S. Tsai, TSMC Vice President of Quality and Reliability, joined the company in 1989. As head of Quality and Reliability since 2004, Dr. Tsai has led the successful customer qualification of 90nm, 80nm, and 65nm technologies.

Over his career at TSMC, Dr. Tsai has a wide variety of positions in R&D, Operations, and Assembly & Testing. He was director of Fab 1 from 1993 to 1995, and served as director of Fab 4 from 1995 to 1997, where he established standard quality systems that made Fab 4 an outstanding manufacturing facility as well as TSMC's R&D development fab for several technology generations.

Dr. Tsai also established TSMC's first 12-inch pilot line and was responsible for evaluating and selecting production tools, developing automated manufacturing systems, and transitioning from eight-inch to 12-inch production. He also developed TSMC's flip chip technology and established TSMC's first 12-inch wafer bumping line when he was the head of Assembly & Test.

Before joining TSMC, Dr. Tsai served with AT&T's R&D department for 5 years.

Dr. Tsai earned his B.S. in Physics from National Tsinghua University, his M.S. degree in Physics from Temple University and his Ph.D. in Materials Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Mr. Y.P. Chin
Vice President, Operations / Product Development
Education:
M.S., Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan
Experience:
Vice President, Advanced Technology Business, TSMC
Senior Director, Operations II, TSMC
Mr. Y.P. Chin serves as TSMC's Vice President of Operations for Product Development. Prior to this post, he was Vice President of Advanced Technology Business in TSMC, sharing responsibility with Senior Vice President Dr. Mark Liu for TSMC's advanced technology and 300mm fab operations.

He was Director of Fab 1 from 1997 to 1998, and in later positions helped manage yield improvement in all new generations of advanced technology, including 0.13-micron, 90nm, 65nm, 45nm and 28nm nodes. Mr. Chin pioneered the development of TSMC's Golden Spice Modeling methodology and Design For Manufacturing program.

Prior to joining TSMC, Mr. Chin worked as an engineer with the Industrial Technology Research Institute's Electronics Research and Service Organization (ERSO-ITRI).

Mr. Chin earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering from National Cheng Kung University.
Mr. J.K. Lin
Vice President, Operations / Mainstream Fabs
Education:
B.S. degree in Industrial Education & Technology, National Changhua University of Education
Experience:
Senior Director of Mainstream Fabs, TSMC
Fab12 Director, Fab6 Director, and Fab3 Director, TSMC
Mr. J.K. Lin is TSMC'sVice President of Operations for Mainstream Fabs. Prior to this post, Mr. Lin served as Senior Director of Mainstream Fabs.

Mr. Lin joined TSMC when it was founded in 1987 and has held a number of manufacturing positions including Equipment Engineer, Section Manager, and Department Manager in Fab1 and 2. He was responsible for the construction of Fab 3 was later Fab Director of Fab 3, Fab 7, Fab 6, Fab 12, and Senior Director for 300mm Fabs. He worked in the Electronic Research and Service Organization (ERSO) of Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) before joining TSMC.

Mr. Lin earned his B.S. degree from National Changhua University of Education.
Mr. J.K. Wang
Vice President, Operations / 300mm Fabs
Education:
M.S., Chemical Engineering, National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan
Experience:
Senior Director, Operations / 300mm Fabs, TSMC
Senior Director, 6" & 8" Fabs, Mainstream Technology Business, TSMC
J. K. Wang is currently Vice President of Operations for 300mm fabs. Prior to this post, he was the senior director of 300mm fab operations.

J. K. Wang has served at TSMC since the company was founded in 1987. During his career with TSMC, he has been involved in many different aspects of the company's operations, including module engineering, process integration, R&D technology development, manufacturing, and fab management. Previously, he had been the fab director of Fab4, Fab3, Fab14 and senior director of 6" and 8" fab operations.

J. K. Wang has been deeply involved in building up TSMC's manufacturing technology and systems, particularly fab automation and manufacturing infrastructure. He currently also supervises TSMC 450mm program to prepare next generation fab.

J. K. Wang received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in chemical engineering from National Cheng-Kung University in 1981 and 1983 respectively.
Dr. Irene Sun
Vice President, Corporate Planning Organization
Education:
Ph.D., Materials Science and Engineering, Cornell University, USA
Experience:
Senior Director, Corporate Planning Organization, TSMC
General Manager, Technology Group, IBM Taiwan
Dr. Irene Sun is currently TSMC's Vice President Corporate Planning. Prior to this post, she was Senior Director of the Corporate Planning Organization. She joined TSMC in October 2003 as Director of the Corporate Pricing Division.

Prior to TSMC, Dr. Sun worked at IBM for 23 years and held a variety of management positions in R&D, Manufacturing Engineering, Marketing & Sales, and Business Management.

Dr. Sun received her B.S. degree in Nuclear Engineering from National Tsinghua University in Taiwan, and her Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from Cornell University.
Dr. Burn J. Lin
Vice President, Research & Development
Education:
Ph.D. Electrical Engineering, Ohio State University, USA
Experience:
Senior director, Nanopatterning Technology Division,TSMC
President, Linnovation, Inc. USA
Department manager, IBM USA
Dr. Burn J. Lin joined TSMC in 2000. His TSMC teams support R&D on mask fabrication, lithography tooling and processing for advanced CMOS logic and memory nodes, as well as Optical Proximity Correction (OPC), Design for Manufacturing (DFM), Resolution Enhancement Techniques (RET), and Next Generation Lithography (NGL). They have successfully transferred the 130-, 90-, 65-, and 40-nm nodes as well as subnodes to manufacturing. He founded Linnovation, Inc. in 1992. Prior to that, he held various technical and managerial positions in the field of microlithography at IBM. He has been extending the limit of optical lithography for close to four decades. His most recent achievement is to pioneer extension of optical lithography with water immersion.

Dr. Lin is the editor in chief of the Journal of Micro/nanolithography, MEMS, and MOEMS, a fellow of IEEE and of SPIE, and a member of the US National Academy of Engineering.
Dr. Y.J. Mii
Vice President, Research & Development
Education:
Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Experience:
Senior Director of R&D Platform I Division, TSMC
Fab 3 Deputy Director, TSMC
Research Staff Member, R&D, IBM
Dr. Y.J. Mii became TSMC's Vice President of Research and Development (R&D) in 2011. He joined TSMC in 1994 and has been involved continuously in the development and manufacturing of advanced CMOS technologies in both Fab Operation and R&D. Dr. Mii joined R&D in 2001, managing both 90nm and 40nm technology development. Following that he began supervising 28nm technology development, accelerating it to lead the foundry industry.

Dr. Mii was a research staff member of IBM Research before joining TSMC. He joined TSMC as a deputy manager of Fab 3 engineering, eventually rising to a senior director of R&D before being promoted.

He holds a B.S. in electrical engineering from National Taiwan University; and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
Dr. Cliff Hou
Vice President, Research & Development / Design and Technology Platform
Education:
Ph.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Syracuse University, USA
Experience:
Senior Director, Design and Technology Platform, TSMC
Section Manager, ITRI/CCL, Taiwan
Dr. Cliff Hou was appointed TSMC's Vice President of Research and Development (R&D) in 2011. Dr. Hou joined TSMC in 1997. He was previously Senior Director at Design and Technology Platform where he established the Company's technology design kit and reference flow development organizations. Dr. Hou also led TSMC in-house IP development teams from 2008 to 2010.

Prior to joining TSMC, Dr. Hou was in front-end design environment development with the Computer & Communications Research Laboratories, Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI/CCL) in Taiwan; worked as a consultant specializing in physical verification methodologies; and served as an Associate Professor at Kaohsiung Polytechnic Institute, Taiwan.

Dr. Hou received National Manager Excellence Award in 2010. He led the company's Open Innovation Platform® (OIP) project team to win First National Industry Innovation Award in 2011 by the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA), Taiwan.

Dr. Hou holds 46 U.S. Patents and serves as a member of Board of Directors in Global Unichip Corp. He received his B.S. degree in Control Engineering from Taiwan's National Chiao-Tung University, and his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Syracuse University.
Dr. BJ Woo
Vice President, Business Development
Education:
PhD, Chemistry, University of Southern California, USA
Experience:
Director, Business Development, TSMC
VP of R&D, Grace Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp.
Director of Technology Integration, Intel Corp.
Dr. BJ Woo is Vice President of Business Development at TSMC, having been appointed to that position in November 2013. Prior to that, she served as Director of TSMC's Business Development Division, heading that organization since March, 2013. Dr. Woo joined TSMC as Senior Director of the Advanced Technology Marketing Division in April 2009, where she was responsible for the advanced technology roadmap and technology definition for the 28/20 nm process technology that targeted high performance and low power applications.

Prior to joining TSMC, BJ spent most of her career at Intel Corporation where she held various senior manager positions in the technology development group. She owns 13 patents and was nominated by Intel to enter the Hall of Fame for WITI (women-in-technology-international) in 2006.

BJ received her B.S. degree from National Taiwan University and her PhD from University of Southern California.
Sylvia Fang
Vice President and General Counsel, Legal Organization
Education:
Master of Comparative Law, School of Law, University of Iowa
Experience:
Associate General Counsel, TSMC
Director, Corporate Legal Division, TSMC
Senior Associate, Taiwan International Patent and Law Office (TIPLO)
Sylvia Fang was appointed Vice President and General Counsel for TSMC in August, 2014. Previously, she served as Associate General Counsel, heading that organization since February, 2014. Sylvia joined TSMC in 1995. She was previously Director at Corporate Legal Division where she worked on numerous high-profile corporate transactions, precedent-setting intellectual property trade secret litigations, the promotion of significant legal changes and the resolution of corporate governance issues. She also has been working extensively with the Board of Directors, including the independent directors on various Board, Audit Committee and Compensation Committee matters and other special projects.

Prior to her career at TSMC, Sylvia worked at a leading boutique intellectual property law firm (TIPLO) where she developed her expertise on general corporate and IP issues.

The global legal community recognized Sylvia’s achievement in 2005 when the leading publication Asialaw magazine awarded her the “2005 Deep & Far Award for Taiwan In-House Counsel”. She is also known among key government trade, commerce and securities law administrative agencies due to her relations cultivated over the years of promoting important legal changes to support corporate goals.

Sylvia is an attorney admitted in Taiwan having received her LL.B. degree from National Taiwan University, and her M.C.L. from School of Law, University of Iowa.
Connie Ma
Vice President, Human Resources
Education:
EMBA, International Business Management, National Taiwan University
Experience:
Director of Human Resources, TSMC
Senior Vice President of Global Human Resources, Trend Micro Inc.
Connie Ma has been appointed as Vice President of Human Resources since August 2014.  She joined TSMC in June 2014 as Director of Human Resources.

Connie has over 30 years of HR experience.  Prior to joining TSMC, she held several senior HR managerial positions at Trend Micro Inc., NCR Corporation and AT&T Corporation.  Connie was Senior Vice President of Global Human Resources at Trend Micro where she led corporate transformation by building a global HR team to enhance the execution of corporate strategy and culture in terms of realigning organization structure, strengthening global collaboration and facilitating employee engagement.

Connie holds an EMBA from National Taiwan University and a bachelor's degree in business administration from Soochow University.

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Mr. Rick Cassidy
Senior Vice President and President of TSMC North America
Education:
B.S. degree in Engineering, United States Military Academy at West Point, USA
Experience:
Vice President of TSMC North America Account Management
 
Ms. Maria Marced
President of TSMC Europe
Education:
Ph.D., Telecommunications Engineering, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain
Experience:
Senior Vice President and General Manager, Sales and Marketing, NXP Semiconductors/Philips Semiconductors
 
Mr. Makoto Onodera
President of TSMC Japan
Education:
MBA, Willamette University, USA
Experience:
Vice President, TSMC Japan
 
Mr. L.C. Tu
President of TSMC China
Education:
EMBA, Tulane University, USA
Experience:
Vice President, Human Resources, TSMC
Senior Director, Corporate Planning Organization, TSMC
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