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  1. Morris Chang is the founding chairman of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), a pioneer of the dedicated integrated circuit foundry model. TSMC is the world’s largest silicon foundry. Born in China, Chang moved to Hong Kong during the Chinese Civil War and then to the U.S., where he attended Harvard and MIT. His employer, Texas ...

  2. 24 de fev. de 2024 · KUMAMOTO, Japan -- Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. founder and towering industry figure Morris Chang predicted there will be a "chip renaissance" in Japan as the country attempts to regain ...

  3. 22 de dez. de 2021 · One Taiwanese company, TSMC, makes 90% of the most advanced semiconductors — the chips for your phone or car. From Hong Kong to Boston to Texas to Taipei: This is TSMC founder Morris Chang's story.

  4. 모리스 창. 모리스 창 ( 영어: Morris Chang, 중국어: 張忠謀, 병음: Zhāng Zhōngmóu 장중머우[ *], 한자음: 장충모; 1931년 7월 10일 ~ )은 중화민국 의 반도체 엔지니어, 기업인이다. 세계 최초의 파운드리 기업인 중화민국의 TSMC 를 1987년 창업했고, 전 회장을 역임했다.

  5. www.tatlerasia.com › people › morris-chang-engMorris Chang | Tatler Asia

    Morris Chang is the engineer responsible for turning Taiwan into a semiconductor manufacturing powerhouse. The Taiwanese-American was enjoying a successful career at Texas Instruments, running its semiconductor division in the United States, when he was passed over for the top job. And so, after 25 years at TI, Chang resigned.

  6. Morris Chang não acredita nem um pouco que o esforço dos EUA e da Intel em superar a TSMC, e o oriente na totalidade, vá dar certo, e o classifica como "um exercício de futilidade inútil e custoso". A declaração foi dada na última terça-feira (19) durante entrevista ao Brookings Institution ( tem no YouTube, apenas áudio), e essa nem ...

  7. 13 de jun. de 2014 · Morris Chang talks about how creating the foundry industry spawned hundreds of fabless semiconductor companies. (Video: Stanford Video) Jen-Hsun Huang, MS ’92 EE, founder of the graphics processor maker NVIDIA, one of the leading fabless semiconductor companies and an early customer of TSMC, delivered a special homage at the start of the event.