Morris Chang ( Chinese: 張忠謀; pinyin: Zhāng Zhōngmóu; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tiuⁿ Tiong-bô͘; born 10 July 1931), is a Taiwanese-American businessman who built his career in the United States and subsequently in Taiwan. He is the founder, as well as former chairman and CEO, of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC).
- Global Semiconductor Industry: A Discussion with Morris ChangYouTube
- Stanford Engineering Hero Lecture: Morris Chang in conversation with President John L. HennessyYouTube
- Morris Chang, in conversation with Jen-Hsun HuangYouTube
- Morris Chang, TSMC Founder, meets Xi when told not to, at APEC. What transpired? US getting shafted?YouTube
Morris Chang, original name Zhang Zhongmou, Wade-Giles romanization Chang Chung-mou, (born July 10, 1931, Ningbo, Zhejiang province, China), Chinese-born engineer, entrepreneur, and philanthropist who founded (1987) Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), a leading maker of computer chips.
Morris Chang, who once studied at Stanford and MIT and worked for Texas Instruments, engineered Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company’s rise as the world’s biggest contract chip...
Morris Chang, founder of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., was speaking at an event in Phoenix, Arizona, on Tuesday where the company marked the symbolic first equipment installation at its...
TSMC's founder and former CEO Morris Chang believes that efforts to manufacture semiconductors in the United States will be a "very expensive exercise in futility." Chang pointed to the...
In a rare public appearance since retiring nearly three years ago, Morris Chang, the 89-year-old founder of the world’s largest contract chip maker, said China is not yet a competitor in...
Morris Chang is the founder of the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, the world’s biggest chipmaker. He became rich and powerful by making chips the rest of the world can’t live without.
Morris Chang was born in Ningbo, China, in 1931. He holds BS (1952) and MS (1953) degrees in mechanical engineering from MIT and a PhD in electrical engineering from Stanford University (1964). From 1958 to 1983, Chang worked at Texas Instruments (TI), rising to group vice president for its worldwide semiconductor business.
Morris Chang has been the chairman of TSMC since the company was established in 1987 and served as CEO from its founding until June 2005. From 1985 to 1994, he was president and then chairman of ITRI, the Industrial Technology Research Institute in Taiwan.