Liang-gee Chen served as Taiwan’s Minister of Science and Technology from February 2017 to May 2020. He is a professor with Taiwan National University’s Department of Electrical Engineering.
Jean-Christophe Eloy is president and CEO of Yole Développement. Created in 1998, the market research and strategy consulting company has grown to become a group of companies providing marketing, technology, and strategy consulting, in addition to corporate finance services.
Dieter Ernst, an economist, China expert, and keen observer of the global semiconductor industry, is senior fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI; Waterloo, Ontario) and adjunct senior fellow at East-West Center, (Honolulu). CIGI, an independent, nonpartisan think tank, recently published his peer-reviewed research and analysis titled “Competing in Artificial Intelligence Chips: China’s Challenge amid Technology War.”
Mike Feibus is president and principal analyst of FeibusTech, an industry analyst firm located in Scottsdale, Arizona. He is a well-recognized and oft-quoted expert on connected health and fitness, AI, cloud, smart home, connected car, augmented reality/virtual reality, privacy and security. Feibus is also a regular technology columnist for USA TODAY and CIO Magazine.
Mike Kirschner is an environmental compliance, sustainability, safety, and performance expert providing advice and expertise to manufacturers, governments, and others. He helps manufacturers understand, monitor, and assess environmental and health-related regulations and market requirements around the world that impact product design, manufacturing, and the supply chain.
Phil Koopman is an associate professor with the Carnegie Mellon University department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. He served as a U.S. Navy submarine officer during the Cold War and was an embedded CPU designer for Harris Semiconductor. In recent years, Phil has focused on autonomous vehicle safety technology, safety policy, and embedded system skill training for industry.
Derek Lidow is a successful global CEO, researcher, innovator, entrepreneur, and startup coach who is equally at home in corporate, entrepreneurial, and academic environments. The former CEO of International Rectifier and founder and CEO of market research firm iSuppli today teaches at Princeton University as part of his mission to help others succeed as entrepreneurs. His contributions include a number of value chain applications that have improved operations at companies as diverse as Sony, Samsung, Philips, Goldman Sachs and IBM. Lidow sold iSuppli sold in 2010 for $100 million to global information leader IHS.
Phil Magney, a veteran automotive industry analyst, is founder and president of VSI Labs. He and his team conduct applied research to examine the performance and functionality of active safety and automated driving technologies.
Malcolm Penn is the founder, chairman, and CEO of Future Horizons Ltd., a leading global semiconductor industry research and consulting firm. Before establishing Future Horizons, Penn was vice president and director of European Operations for Dataquest (now Gartner). In 1994, Future Horizons published a report that helped the European Commission formulate its strategy for microelectronics support in Europe. More recently, Penn authored the EC report on “Mergers & Acquisitions in the Semiconductor Industry,” which identified the driving factors and opportunity scenarios behind the current wave of semiconductor industry M&A.
Arijit Raychowdhury is the Motorola Solutions Foundation Professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. His research interests include digital and mixed-signal designs for high-performance and energy-efficient logic and memory.