SHAPING
THE FUTURE
1-6 DEC 2014
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Dr Robert Yung

Partner, Walden International

Robert Yung, Ph.D. has joined Walden International as a Partner and became DJI Executive Vice Chairman in 2014.

Robert Yung, Ph.D. has joined Analog Devices (ADI) as Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer in 2011, reporting to Jerald G. Fishman, President and Chief Executive Officer. This new role was created to widen the reach of ADI’s existing technology, explore new areas of signal processing technology, and uncover new markets and applications where the company can apply these technologies to accelerate its overall growth rate over the next five years. In this role, Robert is responsible for ADI corporate strategy, M&A and strategic investments.

Dr. Yung joins ADI with an impressive resume in technology and emerging market development. Most recently, he served as chief technology officer (CTO) of Tessera Technologies and of PMC Sierra. Prior, he was a chief architect in Sun Microsystems’ UltraSPARC microprocessor program and served as the company’s CTO in Asia. Dr. Yung also worked for Intel serving as its CTO in China as well as CTO of the Intel Communication Group and Intel Enterprise Processor Group. Dr. Yung has held management and founding directorial positions at Nexgen Microsystems and Xenologic Inc. He was a founder and partner of GSR Ventures, which specializes in providing equity funding of early stage technology in semiconductors, wireless, and Internet services. Mr. Yung received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley. He is the inventor of 70 issued and more than 20 pending patents.
 
Dr. Yung was named to the National Committee of U.S.-China Relations as a Fellow during the inaugural Young Leader Forum in 2002. In 2000, he was named to the World Economic Forum's “Top 100 Global Leaders for Tomorrow,” in Davos, Switzerland. Mr. Yung’s strong technical background, semiconductor experience, global network, and leadership skills make him well-suited for this new role.

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