10 May 2019, 11:40-12:20
Kouchi Zhang is an IEEE Fellow and the chair professor for micro/nanoelectronics system integration and reliability of Delft University of Technology. His research interests cover multiphysics and multiscale modeling of micro/nanoelectronics, designing for reliability, multi-level heterogeneous system integration and packaging, wide band gap semiconductors sensors and components.
He (co-)authored more than 400 scientific publications, (co-)chaired several international conferences and serves as an associated editor for three international journals and the chief editor for Springer book series SSL Technology and Applications. He serves as the deputy director of the European Center for Micro- and Nanoreliability (EUCEMAN), the co-chair of the advisory board to the International Solid-State Lighting Alliance (ISA), the secretary general of ITRW (International Technology Roadmap of Wide Bandgap Semiconductors). He chaired the Eniac Strategic Research Agenda team of ‘More than Moore’, served as the co-chair of the academic council of the Dutch national innovation programme on micro/nanoelectronics and embedded systems.
Kouchi Zhang has also worked for NXP Semiconductors as the senior director of technology strategy and as a Philips Research Fellow until May 2013.