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Welcome to Portland Oregon Chapter of CASPA Association!



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Yanjie (Jay) Wang 王彦杰
President, CASPA Portland/Oregon Chapter



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We sincerely invite you to join us. The registration for individual membership in our chapter is free. For more organization details of our chapter, please go to http://caspa.com/about/oregon . We are also looking for volunteers to join us serving our community together.

CASPA Introduction

Since its founding in 1991, Chinese American Semiconductor Professional Association (CASPA) has developed into the largest Chinese American semiconductor professional organization worldwide. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, California, CASPA has 9 local chapters wordwide: Austin & Dallas Texas; Phoenix Arizona; Portland Oregon; HsinChu Taiwan, Pearl River Delta (Hong Kong, ShenZhen, Guangzhou), Shanghai, Beijing and Singapore. Currently CASPA has more than four thousands individual members covering multiple disciplines. Most of them are semiconductor professionals working in Silicon Valley, Southern California, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, Texas, New York, China, Taiwan, and Singapore. CASPA also has more than 70 corporate sponsors, including EDA, design, IDM, foundry, packaging/testing, venture capital, science and technology development parks, legal and financial service companies located in the United States, Taiwan, Hongkong, China, Singapore and Japan. CASPA also forms alliance with other Silicon Valley associations to cross promote welfare and events within members of CASPA and alliances. In addition, CASPA has strong alliance base with 3 globally influential professional organizations SEMI, GSA and IEEE. CASPA also has media alliance with SingTao Daily, WorldJournal.com, DingdingTV, 99people and Tritiger media.


Portland/Oregon Chapter Duty

  1. Provide networking and business expansion for corporate sponsors and individual members;
  2. Facilitate collaboration and communication among professionals and companies in the semiconductor industry in the form of salon, workshop, symposium and job fairs;
  3. Promote the welfare of the chapter members by supporting their interests
  4. Exchange information regarding job opportunities and career development globally.

Dr. Yanjie (Jay) Wang is the President of CASPA Portland Oregon Chapter. He is currently a staff research scientist at Intel Labs of Intel Corporation. His research interests are mainly focus on mm-wave/RF/Analog Integrated circuits and systems. He is an IEEE senior member and has served as the Technical Program Committee/Subcommittee Chair/Session chair of two prestigious IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits Symposium (RFIC) and IEEE Custom Integrated Circuits Conference (CICC). He has authored a book chapter, published over 40 technical papers and holds several US patents.



About

Introduction


I. Introduction of Chinese American Semiconductor Professional Association (CASPA)
Founded in 1991, CASPA has developed into the largest Chinese American semiconductor professional organization worldwide. It is an officially registered non-profit organization with both the Internal Revenue Service and the State of California.
CASPA charters
1. Provide networking and business expansion for corporate sponsors and individual members
2. Facilitate collaboration and communication among professionals and companies in the semiconductor industry
3. Promote the welfare of the members by supporting their interests
4. Exchange information regarding job opportunities and career development globally.
II. Organization
CASPA consists of individual members, corporate sponsors, board of directors, board of advisors, board of volunteers, and honorary advisors. The board of directors consists of 20 members including Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary, CFO. Every year after the annual conference, the new board select Vice Chairman from qualified candidates. The Vice Chairman becomes the Chairman in the following year to guarantee continuity of leadership of CASPA. The board of advisors consists of current year's chairman and past six year's former chairmen. In addition, there are 7 Honorary Advisors since 2000. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, California, CASPA has 9 local chapters worldwide: Austin & Dallas Texas; Phoenix Arizona; Portland Oregon; HsinChu Taiwan, Pearl River Delta (Hong Kong, ShenZhen), Shanghai, Beijing and Singapore. CASPA also forms alliance with other associations to promote welfare of its members. In 2004, CASPA reciprocates memberships with two of the largest professional organizations in the industry, SEMI and FSA.
III. Memberships
Currently CASPA has more than four thousand individual members covering multiple disciplines. Most of them are semiconductor professionals working in Silicon Valley, Southern California, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, Texas, New York, China, Taiwan, and Singapore. CASPA also has more than 70 corporate sponsors, including EDA, design, IDM, foundry, packaging / test, venture capital, science and technology development parks, legal and financial service companies located in the United States, Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, Singapore and Japan.
IV. CASPA's activities
1. Bi-monthly dinner meetings
2. Conferences, Seminars, Workshops and Symposiums
3. International and domestic Job Fairs
4. CASPA Delegations to China, Taiwan, and Asia Pacific countries
5. Hosting Delegations from China, Taiwan, and other Asia Pacific countries
6. Annual banquet and special summer program.
V. CASPA's publications
1. Semimonthly eLetters
2. Quarterly newsletters
3. Annual Conference Proceeding
4. Other conference and delegation proceedings

News


Portland/Oregon Chapter Coming Event:




  1. Portland/Oregon Chapter Member Dr. Yong Hei will give a talk on the topic of Engineering Technology Developing at China; (September TBD)
  2. Portland/Oregon Alliance Events: SEMI Pacific Northwest Breakfast Forum: "World of Sensors"
    Time: October 28th, 2016, 7:30am – 11:30am,
    Venue: Mentor Graphics,8005 Boeckman Rd, Wilsonville, Oregon, 97070

Portland/Oregon Chapter Past Event:




1. Portland/Oregon Chapter Member Wei Xu will give a talk on the topic of Engineering and Marketing, “Introduction to High-Tech Marketing” (August 26th)




2. CASPA Portland/Oregon members joined the on-line live symposium of Asian Leadership and Career Planning: Surviving and Advancing In the Corporate World at Intel Jones Farm Campus JFCC-123 Room on July 9th;

3. Dr. Yanjie Jay Wang the President of Portland/Oregon chapter gave a workshop for CASPA members and other Hi-Tech colleagues on a topic on Evolution and Overview 5G Wireless Technology on July 8th 2016;

4. Portland/Oregon Chapter Initial Member Lunch Meeting; (July 1st 2016)

5. Portland Chapter CASPA Member Dr. Renzhi Liu Visited CASPA Austin Dallas Chapter Members During DAC2016 Conference on June 9th 2016


Organization

Portland/Oregon Chapter



President:
Dr. Yanjie (Jay) Wang 王彦杰
Affiliation: Intel Corporation
Email : jaywangcaspa@gmail.com

Vice President:
Mr. Jue Shi 石珏
Affiliation: Maxim


Board Members:
Mr. Shang Hao 商灏
Affiliation: Intel Corporation

Dr. Renzhi Liu 刘仁直
Affiliation: Intel Corporation

Mr. Changgeng Xi 席长赓
Affiliation: Intel Corporation

Mr. Yan Luo 罗兖
Affiliation: Synopsys

Ms. Olena Zhu
Affiliation: Intel Corporation

Mr. Jianping Wen 文建平
Affiliation: Intel Corporation

Dr. Chenjie Gu 顾晨杰
Affiliation: Intel Corporation

Dr. Yong Hei 黑勇
Affiliation: Chinese Academy of Sciences

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