• 浅谈ZhonghanDeng试述Zhonghan:试述Microchips试述for试述China毕业论文提纲

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  I saw a parade of floats from the reviewing stand on Tian’anmen Square at the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the PRC, and was impressed at the achievements they displayed in agriculture, national defense and education. But at the same time I felt ashamed at having made so many excellent microchips in Silicon Valley in the U.S., but none for my home country. It was then that I made the decision to come back to China.” Deng Zhonghan(J ohn Deng), vice president of China Association for Science and Technology and academician at the Chinese Academy of Engineering, remembers clearly this moment of truth 14 years ago.

  Deng, born in 1968 in Nanjing City of J iangsu Province, took up postgraduate studies at the University of CaliforniaBerkeley in 1992. Having obtained a PhD in electronic engineering and an MSc in both physics and economics, Deng was one of the most outstanding students of UCB in its history of 130 years. After working for a year as a senior researcher at IBM, Deng established his integrated circuit company PIXIM Inc.

  The Chinese government invited Deng Zhonghan, as a representative of overseas students in the U.S., to the 50th anniversary celebration of New China. While in the country he gave state leaders in charge of the hi-tech industry such as Li Lanqing a rundown on the world status quo and prospects for Silicon Valley and the IT industry generally.

  On October 14 of 1999, Deng Zhonghan registered his Vimicro Corp. in Zhongguancun in Beijing – China’s own“Silicon Valley.” This signaled the onset of his career back in China.

  Deng headed the team of like-minded overseas-returned Chinese scientists in the Starlight China Chip project. The aim was to develop China’s independent intellectual property rights in the chip industry.

  Upon establishing his company, Deng Zhonghan chose the digital multi-media chip as its ascendant. He then introduced capital venture, executive stock options and other modern corporate management practices, and formulated global development strategies.

  The year 2001 saw the creation of China’s first milliongate VLSI chip. It was taken up by international and domes- tic companies, such as Sony, Samsung, HP, Dell, Lenovo, Huawei, and ZTE, for use in desktop computers, laptops and cell phones. Today, chips that Vimicro produces occupy 60 percent of the global market in image input chips.

  On November 15, 2005, Vimicro Corp. became the first Chinese ma

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