台積電企業團創辦人 張忠謀博士 簡歷
Dr. Morris Chang is the founding Chairman of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Ltd. (TSMC), one of the largest semiconductor companies in the world. Dr. Chang founded TSMC in 1987, and pioneered the dedicated silicon foundry business model. TSMC has served as a powerful force in building the fabless and fab-lite semiconductor industry, which in turn became TSMC’s customer base.
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, and Group Vice President responsible for worldwide consumer products business for three years.
Dr. Chang attended Harvard University in his freshman year (1949-1950), 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 while on full-pay leave from T.I.. He has received honorary doctorates from eight universities.
Dr. Chang is a Member of National Academy of Engineering (U.S.A.), a Life Member Emeritus of MIT Corporation, Fellow of the Computer History Museum, and Honorary Chairman of Taiwan Semiconductor Indsutry Assoication (TSIA).
Dr. Chang received many awards in his career. Among them were: IEEE Medal of Honor (2011), IEEE Robert N. Noyce Medal (2000), SIA(US) Robert N. Noyce Award (2008), Exemplary Leadership Award of Global Semiconductor Association (1999), ROC Order of the Brilliant Star (2011), Nikkei Asia Prize (2005), Stanford Engineering Hero (2014), Laureate of ITRI (Taiwan, 2012), EE Times Lifetime Achievement Award (2009), Visionary Award from SPIE (2014), 30 Best CEO’s (Barron’s 2013), Businessman of the Year (Forbes Asia, 2012), SEMI Akira Inoue Award for green management (2011), etc.