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Constance J. Chang-Hasnain
EDUCATION

1987 Electrical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley(PhD)
1984 Electrical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley(MS)
1982 Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of California, Davis(BS)

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS University of California, Berkeley, CA
2014 – Present  Associate Dean for Strategic Alliances, College of Engineering
2015 – Present  Co-Director, Tsinghua-UC Berkeley Shenzhen Institute (TBSI)
2015- Present  Chief Academic Officer and Program Leader, Singapore Berkeley Research Initiative in Sustainable Energy
2006 - Present  John R. Whinnery Distinguished Chair Professor (Professor since 1996), Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Department
2006 - 2017 Chair, Nanoscale Science and Engineering (NSE) Graduate Group
2004 - 2009  Faculty Director, DARPA-funded University Photonic Center - Center for Optoelectronic Nanostructured Semiconductor Technology (CONSRT)
HONORS & AWARDS Okawa Prize, the Okawa Foundation for Information and Telecommunications, 2018
Elected Member of National Academy of Engineering, 2018
UNESCO Medal For the Development of Nanoscience and Nanotechnologies, 2015
Quantum Device Award, International Symposium on Compound Semiconductor, 2014
Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellowship (formerly National Security Science and Engineering Faculty Fellowship), 2008-2013
Outstanding Research Award, Pan Wen Yuan Education Foundation 2013
IEEE David Sarnoff Award 2011
PROFESSIONAL SOCIETYMEMBERSHIPS
Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Fellow, Optical Society of America (OSA)
Fellow, The Institution of Electrical Engineers (IEE)
中村 修二 Shuji Nakamura
EDUCATION

1994 University of Tokushima, Japan
         Doctor of Engineering
1979 University of Tokushima, Japan
         Master of Electronic Engineering
1977 University of Tokushima, Japan
         Bachelor of Electronic Engineering

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 1999-Present
University of California, Santa Barbara
Professor, Materials Department
1993-1999
Nichia Chemical Ind., Ltd.
Senior Researcher, Department of Research and Development (R&D)
1989-1993
Nichia Chemical Ind., Ltd.
Group Head, Research and Development 2nd Section
1988-1989
University of Florida
Visiting Research Associate, Electronic Engineering
1985-1988
Nichia Chemical Ind., Ltd.
Group Head, Research and Development 1st Section
1979-1984
Nichia Chemical Ind., Ltd.
Research and Development
HONORS & AWARDS 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics
2013 Awards of Outstanding Achievement for Global SSL Development by ISA International SSL Alliances
2013 LUX Awards “LUX person of the Year in association with One-LUX”
2013 LED Pioneer Awards
2012 Inventor of the Year Award by Silicon Valley Intellectual Property Law Association
2009 Harvey Prize
2008 The Prince of Asturias Award for Technical Scientific Research (The Prince of Asturias Foundation)
2008 Japanese Science of Applied Physics (JSAP) Outstanding Paper Award for the “Demonstration of Nonpolar m-Plane InGaN/GaN Laser Diode”
Chen-Shui Tsai
Election Year

2000

Education B.S. Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University (1957)
M. S., Electrical Engineering, Utah State University (1961)
Ph. D., Electrical Engineering, Stanford University (1965) 
Professional
 Experience
Research Scientist, Lockheed Palo Alto Research Center (1966-1969)
Assistant Professor, Professor, and Endowed Chair Professorship, Carnegie-Mellon University (1969-1980)
Professor (1980), Acting Department Chair (1985-1986), Distinguished Professor (1991—) of Electrical Engineering, University of California, Irvine
Founding Director and Distinguished Research Fellow of the Institute for Applied Science and Engineering Research, Academia Sinica (1999-2003)
Professor (2000-2005); Distinguished Professorship, Graduate Institute of Electro-Optical Engineering and Department of Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University (2006—)
Specialties Engineering Sciences, Applied Physical Sciences 
Awards and
 Honors
Fellow of Professional Societies:
IEEE (1982), OSA (1983), SPIE (1987), AAAS (1992), PSCA (1993)
IEEE Reliability & Electronic Devices Group Best Paper Award (1980)
IEEE UFFC Society Distinguished Lectureship Award (1986)
UC Irvine Lauds/Laurels Award for Distinguished Research (1987)
Taiwanese-American Foundation Prize in Science and Engineering (1991)
UC Irvine, Professor, Above-Scale (1991-)
UC Irvine Faculty Senate Distinguished Lectureship Award for Research (1994)
International Microoptics Award (Jointly Sponsored by Japanese Society of Applied Physics and Japanese Optical Society, 1995)
Academician, Academia Sinica, R.O.C.(2000)
Foreign Member, Russian Academy of Engineering Sciences(2001)
Honorary Member, Russian Popov Society (2002)
Honorary Professor, National Chiao-Tung University (2001-)
Distinguished Professorship, National Taiwan University (2006-)
Distinguished Alumnus Award for Research, National Taiwan University (2007)
The Chancellor Professorship, UC Irvine (2008-)
Honorary Professor, National Cheng Kung University (2009-) 
Current
 Positions
Chancellor Professor, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, University of California, Irvine
Burn-J. Lin
Election Year

2014

Education B.S. in Electrical engineering, National Taiwan University (1963)
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Ohio State University (1970)
Professional
 Experience
Research staff member and various managerial positions in IBM T.J. Watson Research Center and General Technology Division, USA (1970-92)
President, Linnovation, Inc. Tampa, Florida (1992-2000)
Senior director, distinguished fellow/vice president, TSMC, Ltd. Hsinchu, Taiwan, R.O.C. (2000-2015)
Founding editor in chief, Journal of Micro/nanolithography, MEMS, and MOEMS (2002-11)
Specialties Nanolithography, Fourier Optics, Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology 
Awards and
 Honors
10 IBM Invention Awards (1975, 76, 78, 82, 84, 86, 89, 92, 94, 97)
IBM Outstanding Technical Contribution Award (1988)
IEEE Fellow (2003)
SPIE Fellow (2003)
1st recipient of SPIE Frits Zernike award. This is the highest SPIE award for lithographers. Burn is the first of the 12 following recipients (2004)
Outstanding Research Award from PWY Foundation 潘文淵文教基金會研究傑出獎(2004)
TSMC Innovation and Customer Partnership Award. This is a chairman level award. The highest recognition in TSMC at that time (2004, 2006)
Most Valuable Player in VLSI Research Inc.’s All-Stars of the Chip Making Industry (2005)
Member of US National Academy of Engineering 美國國家工程學院院士(2008)
Benjamin G. Lamme Meritorious Achievement Medal, Ohio State University (2009)
IEEE Cledo Brunetti Award for contributions to immersion lithography for the manufacture of integrated circuit devices. Well recognized award for outstanding lithographers and other patterning related champions (2009)
IEEE Jun-Ichi Nishizawa Medal for contributions to lithographic manufacturing, including immersion lithography. Medals are the highest level of awards in IEEE (2013)
Current
 Positions
Chair Professor, National Tsing Hua University

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