China Semiconductor Industry Association elects Chen Nanxiang as its new director
Chinese article by Laze Sun
English Editor 张未名
10-25 15:48

By Kate Yuan

(JW Insights) Oct 25 -- China Semiconductor Industry Association (CSIA) elected Chen Nanxiang as the director of its 8th Council at the 8th CSIA General Assembly held in Wuhan of central China’s Hubei Province on October 24.

Chen Nanxiang currently serves as the chairman and acting CEO of China's leading memory chip maker Yangtze Memory Technologies (YMTC). Prior to this, he was the co-president of Tsinghua Unigroup. He also worked at CR Micro for 18 years, where he held the position of executive vice chairman.

Chen has over 10 years of overseas work experience at renowned research institutions and companies including Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits, the Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics, and US-based Supertex. Before going abroad, he served as an Associate Professor at the Institute of Microelectronics, Peking University, according to information on Baidu Baike.

He now holds various social positions, including rotating chairman of CSIA, advisory committee member of the National Integrated Circuit Industry Investment Fund.

The CSIA’s 8th council meeting also officially announced its deputy directors and the secretary-general. The deputy directors are Zhang Li, Lou Yuguang, Zhang Suxin, Li Bin, Zhao Jinrong, Liu Weiping, Bu Aimin, Zheng Li, Xiao Zhiyi, Luo Haihui, Han Di, Yan Xing, Yang Lumin, Wei Shaojun, Ye Tianchun, Guo Yiwu, Zhang Zhihong and Liu Yuanchao.

Zhang Li was elected as the secretary-general of the 8th CSIA Council, and Wang Junjie, Yu Bo, Ge Jie, Jiang Yangbo, Chen Wen, Xu Dongmei, and Zhong Nan as deputy secretaries-generals.

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