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Asia-Pacific Leadership Council

Dr. Shaojun Wei
Director, Research Center for Mobile Computing
Tsinghua University Mobile Computing Technology Research Center

Dr. Wei currently holds professor positions at both the Institute of Microelectronics at Tsinghua University and Peking University. He became the invited Professor of the University of Electronics Science & Technology and South-East University in recent years. Currently he serves as the expert of VLSI Design Project, State "863" Program and is also the Vice President of VLSI Design, CSIA and the President of Communication Specific IC Committee, CIC. Dr. Wei is the co-chair of Tsinghua Entrepreneur and Executive Club (TEEC).

Dr. Wei became an assistant professor at the Laboratory of Microelectronics, Faculté Polytechnique de Mons, Belgium, shortly after he received his Doctor degree in Applied Science in 1991 from there. Between 1989 to1991, he also worked as a research fellow in ARAMIS, Belgium. Previously, he worked as a research engineer in the R&D Center of GTE-ATEA in Belgium from 1985 to 1987.

Dr. Wei has published over 70 papers in the areas of VLSI design methodology, communication specific IC development and telecommunications system development. Some of the many awards Dr. Wei has won in recent years include the National 2nd Prize for Advanced Technology in 2002; Beijing 1st Prize for Advanced Technology in 2001; the Award for Key Technology & Invention, Ministry of Information Industry in 2003; the Award for Outstanding Chinese Patented Invention, State Intellectual Property Office of China & World Intellectual Property Organization in 2004; the Outstanding Founder in ZhongGuanCun Science Park in 2001 and the Outstanding Leading Person in Semiconductor Industry, CSIA in 2003, etc.

Dr. Wei received his Master degree in Engineering from the EE department of Tsinghua University, Beijing, China in 1984.

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