林敏雄 / Dr. Min-Shyong Lin


林敏雄 / Dr. Min-Shyong Lin

Founder & Honorary Chairman

Asia Pacific Microsystems


  • Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Osaka University , Japan


  • Founder & Honorary Chairman, Asia Pacific  Microsystems, Inc.

  • Former Executive Vice President ,Industrial  Technology Research Institute (ITRI)

  • Professor & Chairman, Electrical Engineering  Department, National Tsing-Hua University

  • Member of (National) Presidential Office Science  & Technology Consulting Committee




  • Dr. Lin, a former ITRI Executive Vice President, served nearly 18 years in ITRI pioneering and  promoting optoelectronic infrastructure, computer peripherals and MEMS technologies. He  found and co-found Opto-Electronics & System Lab and Materials Research Lab during his  service in ITRI. In 2001, after early retired from ITRI, Dr. Lin founded Asia Pacific  Microsystems, Inc. (apm). apm, one of the largest MEMS companies in Taiwan providing  competent MEMS foundry and state-of-the-art technology to fulfill the niche feature IDM  and Fabrication. Before the experience in ITRI, Dr. Lin started out with his teaching position  in National Cheng-Kung University as a Visiting Associated professor in 1976 and in 1977 he  started his tenure at Department of Electrical Engineering, National Tsing-Hua University  where he worked for 10 years as associated professor, professor and head of the  department.

    Dr. Lin is the expert in the area of semiconductor materials, optoelectronics devices and as  well in MEMS and Microsystems. He is the recipient of Best 10 Engineers of Taiwan 1991;  Best project Award/MOEA 1992, TECO Technology Award, Chinese Optical Engineering  Society Gold Metal Award and many other national awards for his contributions in science  and technology development in Taiwan. Throughout the years of 90s, Dr. Lin was elected as  the presidents of many significant technical societies in the nation, such as Chinese Optical  Engineering Society, Surface Mount Technology Association, Microsystems Technology  Association, IMAPS Taiwan Chapter and Taiwan Biochip Association as well as senior  member of IEEE, SPIE. He is the author of over 100 papers. He also had been the member  of (National) Presidential Office Science & Technology Consulting Committee. Dr. Lin  received his Bachelor and Master degrees in National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan and  Ph.D. from Osaka University in Japan.







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