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Malaysia National E&E Forum 2021
Tuesday, 12 October 2021, 08:30 AM
(GMT +8, Kuala Lumpur)

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Organized by Malaysia Semiconductor Industry Association

Supported by The Government of Malaysia

Supported by Malaysia Productivity Corporation

Supported by Electrical & Electronics Productivity Nexus

Fueling the Semiconductor Renaissance

Semiconductors will power the future of the world. As the world become more digital, semiconductors as the “brains” of all modern electronics will be ever more present in all sectors of the economy. Its pervasiveness and ubiquity is already very apparent especially during this period of Covid-19. The emerging technologies of 5G, IOT, AI, Electric Vehicles, Smart Cities will increase the demand of semiconductors exponentially.

Yet, the industry is facing challenges, including the US-China trade war, the ongoing Covid-19 demand & supply issues and technology race with countries like US, China, Korea and Japan doubling down on investments in semiconductor both in research & development and increasing fab capacity within their home countries.

What are the implications of these developments to the global E&E industry and how can Malaysia seize some of these opportunities and reinvent itself?

The E & E Event Of The Year

Honourable Guests

YBhg. Dato Seri Wong Siew Hai

President
Malaysia Semiconductor Industry Association

YB. Dato‘ Sri Mustapa Mohamed

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Economy)

YB. Datuk Lim Ban Hong

Deputy Minister
International Trade and Industry

YBrs. Mr. Ram Ganesan Karthigasu

Chairman
Malaysia Productivity Corporation

The Forum's Program

8:30am

Welcome Speech

YBrs. Ram Ganesan Karthigasu
Chairman, Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC)

8:40am

Introductory Speech

YBhg. Dato Seri Wong Siew Hai
President, Malaysia Semiconductor Industry Association (MSIA)

8:50am

Opening Speech

YB. Datuk Lim Ban Hong
Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry

9:00am

Keynote - Fueling the Semiconductor Renaissance

Tan Lip-Bu
CEO of Cadence Design Systems, Chairman of Walden International

9:55am

Intermission

10:00am

Panel Discussion 1
The Global Semiconductor Tech Race

Countries and semiconductor companies in China, US, Japan, Taiwan, Korea & Europe are committing billions of dollars into semiconductors over the next 5 years as part of an effort to shore up supply chains and become more self-reliant. Money is going toward building semiconductor fabs and design & development. What does it all mean to the global E&E industry, especially to Malaysia?

Speaker

Ramiro Palma
Managing Director & Partner, Boston Consulting Group

Panelists

Jimmy Goodrich
Vice President of Global Policy, Semiconductor Industry Association

Randy Abrams
Managing Director, Head of Taiwan Research and Asia Semiconductors, Credit Suisse

Jiang Tao
Chief Specialist, China Semiconductor Industry Association

Moderator

Datuk Phang Ah Tong
Former Deputy Chief Executive Officer of MIDA

11:25am

Intermission

11:30am

Panel Discussion 2
Can Malaysia re-invent itself into a global E&E design and development centre?

Malaysia was at the same level as the Asian Tigers (Japan, Korea & Taiwan) in the 1970s and 1980s. Since then, they have successfully moved-up the value chain into Design & Development. So have China.

How do these countries move up the value chain from manufacturing to design & development? What lessons can be learnt? What are the necessary ingredients and strategies Malaysia should adopt for a vibrant E&E D&D industry, whilst enhancing high-tech, high-value manufacturing? 

Panelists

Dr. Melissa Grupen-Shemansky
VP of Technology Communities, SEMI

Chan Chee Ling
Vice President Development, Infineon Technologies (Malaysia)

Smita Kuriakose
Senior Economist, Finance, Competitiveness & Innovation, World Bank

Philip Bernard
Senior Vice President, Global HDD Operations, Western Digital

Moderator

Lee Kam Heng​
Vice President & General Manager, Manufacturing Product Engineering, Intel Technology Sdn. Bhd.

12:45pm

Closing Remarks

YB. Dato‘Sri Mustapa Mohamed
Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Economy)

Dato Seri Wong Siew Hai

President
Malaysia Semiconductor Industry Association

Yang Berhormat Dato‘Sri Mustapa Mohamed

Minister of Economic Planning Unit
Prime Minister’s Department

Yang Berhormat Datuk Lim Ban Hong

Deputy Minister
International Trade and Industry

YBrs. Mr. Ram Ganesan Karthigasu

Chairman
Malaysia Productivity Corporation

Speakers, Panelists and Moderators

Click on speaker’s image to read their bios

Tan Lip-Bu

CEO
Cadence Design Systems Chairman of Walden International

Dillon Atma Singh

CEO
JF Technology Berhad

Ramiro Palma

Managing Director & Partner
Boston Consulting Group

Jimmy Goodrich

Vice President Global Policy
Semiconductor Industry Association

Randy Abrams

Managing Director
Head of Taiwan Research and Asia Semiconductors
Credit Suisse

Jiang Tao

Chief Specialist
China Semiconductor Industry Association

Datuk Phang Ah Tong

Former Deputy CEO
MIDA

Dr. Melissa Grupen-Shemansky

Vice President
Technology Communities
SEMI

Chan Chee Ling

Vice President Development
Infineon Technologies (Malaysia)

Smita Kuriakose

Senior Economist, Finance Competitiveness & Innovation World Bank

Philip Bernard

Senior Vice President
Global HDD Operations
Western Digital

Lee Kam Heng

VP & General Manager
Manufacturing Product Engineering
Intel Technology Sdn. Bhd.

Solomon Lorthu

Managing Director, Penang Design Center & Site Operations, Motorola Malaysia

Minister (PM Dept)

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Minister of Miti

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Datuk Ir. Dr. Siti Hamisah

Secretary General, Ministry of Science, Technology, And Innovation (MOSTI)

Who Should Attend

Semiconductor companies including

  • Existing players in Malaysia (Multi-Nationals, Malaysian)
  • Potential investors into Malaysia
  • Service Providers (including Investment Analysts, Consultants, Banks)
  • Foreign Chambers of Commerce
  • Investment promotion Agencies
  • Other relevant industry associations

 

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Yang Berbahagia
Dato Seri Wong Siew Hai

President, Malaysia Semiconductor Industry Association

Yang Berbahagia Dato’ Seri Wong is involved in the electronics industry as the President of Malaysia Semiconductor Industry Association(MSIA) and Champion of the E&E Productivity Nexus (EEPN). He is a member of Pemudah, a public – private sector special task force to facilitate business and improve Malaysia’s global competitiveness.
 
Yang Berbahagia Dato’ Seri Wong served Intel for 27 years. His last position with Intel was Vice President of Technology and Manufacturing Group (TMG) and General Manager of Assembly and Test Manufacturing (ATM), responsible for all assembly test factories worldwide. He also served as the Vice President and Managing Director of Dell’s Asia Pacific Customer Centre for approximately 2 years.

Tan Lip Bu

CEO of Cadence Design Systems, Chairman of Walden International

Lip-Bu Tan is Founder and Chairman of Walden International (“WI”), a leading venture capital firm managing cumulative capital commitments of $3.6 billion; and Founding Managing Partner of WRVI Capital, a venture capital firm focused on investing in core technology companies.  He concurrently serves as Chief Executive Officer of Cadence Design Systems, Inc., and has been a member of the Cadence Board of Directors since 2004.  He currently serves on the Boards of Schneider Electric SE (SU: FP) and SoftBank Group (Japan:  9984.T).

Lip-Bu focuses on semiconductor/components, cloud/edge infrastructure, data management and security, and AI/machine learning. With over 35 years of venture capital experience, he led or co-led investments in Advanced Micro-Fabrication Equipment (XSHG: 688012 CH), Aquantia Corporation (acquired by Marvell), Ambarella (NASDAQ: AMBA), Alif, Altair Semiconductor (acquired by Sony), Annapurna Labs (acquired by Amazon), Aptina Imaging (acquired by ONSemi), Beceem Communications (acquired by Broadcom), Berkeley Lights (NASDAQ: BLI), Centillium Communications, CNEX Labs, Credo Semiconductors, Endwave, Fungible, GoPro (NASDAQ: GPRO), Habana Labs (acquired by Intel), HiDeep,  Innovium, Inphi (acquired by Marvell), Integrated Silicon Solutions (acquired by a consortium led by Uphill Investment), Katana Graph, Komprise, Leadis Technology, LightBits, MindTree Ltd (NSE: MINDTREE), MetaSwitch Communications (acquired by Microsoft), Montage Technology (XSHG: 688008 CH), Network Peripheral, NuVia (acquired by Qualcomm), Oryx Vision, Premisys Communications, Prosimo, Proteantecs, Quantenna Communications, Inc. (acquired by ONSemi), RF Pixels, S3, SambaNova, Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. (XSHG: 688981 CH), Silicon Mitus, SolarEdge Technologies (NASDAQ: SEDG), Tagore Technology, Tilera (acquired by EZchip), Unisem (KLSE: UNI), Vayyar, VDOO, VeriSilicon Holdings (XSHG:688521.SS) and WekaIO.

Lip-Bu received his B.S. from Nanyang University in Singapore, his M.S. in Nuclear Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and his MBA from the University of San Francisco.  Lip-Bu currently serves on the Board of Trustees and the School of Engineering Dean’s Council at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), a member of the College of Engineering Advisory Board at University of California Berkeley, Global Advisory Board Member of METI Japan, the Board of Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA), and a member of The Business Council and Committee 100. He also served as a Trustee of Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore from 2006 to 2011; the School of Engineering Dean’s Advisory Board at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and was a member of the Regent College Board of Governors from 2006 to 2012.  Lip-Bu has been named one of the Top 10 Venture Capitalists in China by Zero2ipo and was listed as one of the Top 50 Venture Capitalists on the Forbes Midas List. He was the recipient of GSA’s 2016 Dr. Morris Chang’s Exemplary Leadership Award.  In 2017, he was ranked #1 of the most well-connected executive in the technology industry by the analytics firm Relationship Science.

Dillon Atma Singh

CEO, JF Technology Berhad

 Dillon Atma Singh, CEO of JF Technology Berhad has over 28 years of experience in the semiconductor industry and has held senior leadership positions as Sr Director in Renesas, a leading Japanese semiconductor company and prior to that Intersil (through its acquisition of Elantec Semiconductor), a leading American Power Management semiconductor company, managing its entire Asia operations.

He has a Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering Majoring in Communications from University Technology Malaysia and a Masters in Business Administration from Maastricht School of Management (Netherlands).

Ramiro Palma

Managing Director & Partner, Boston Consulting Group

Ramiro Palma is a Managing Director and Partner and core member of BCG’s Technology, Media, and Telecom practice based in Austin, TX.  Ramiro focuses primarily on the semiconductor industry and works along the entire value chain including materials, equipment, design, and front-end/back-end manufacturing.

Ramiro typically works at the intersection of engineering, operations, and product marketing and has deep expertise in the structure and function of the global semiconductor supply chain.  Prior to BCG, Ramiro was a founder of the Jon Brumley Texas Venture Labs, a startup accelerator that facilitated >$300M in equity funding for Texas startups.  Ramiro received his PhD in Chemical Engineering, with a focus in systems engineering, control and optimization, from The University of Texas at Austin, where he was an NSF Fellow. 

Ramiro also holds a BSChE with high honors in Chemical Engineering and a BS with highest honors in Chemistry from the University of Florida.

Jimmy Goodrich

Vice President of Global Policy, Semiconductor Industry Association

Jimmy Goodrich joined SIA in 2015 and is vice president for global policy. In this role, Jimmy leads SIA’s global policy team and works to advance SIA’s international competitiveness, trade, supply chain, and China policy agenda. An expert in Chinese technology and innovation, Jimmy is a member of the Executive Committee for Beijing-based United States Information Technology Oce (USITO), representing SIA in his capacity.

Jimmy has a diverse background in Chinese technology policy issues. Previously he was director of China policy at the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) in Washington D.C. Before moving to Washington D.C. in 2012, Jimmy spent a total of seven years working in the tech sector in China, including for Cisco Systems, APCO Worldwide, and USITO.

Jimmy has a bachelor’s degree in comparative politics and East Asian studies from Ohio University. He is professionally uent in Mandarin and serves on the Board of Directors of the American Mandarin Society, which promotes mandarin- language study for young Americans.

Randy Abrams

Managing Director, Head of Taiwan Research and Asia Semiconductors, Credit Suisse

Randy Abrams covers the Asian semiconductor sector for Credit Suisse with coverage focusing on the Asian foundries, back-end test and packaging, and IC design sector. In previous roles, Abrams covered the U.S. semiconductor and wireless equipment sectors for Credit Suisse.
 
Prior to Credit Suisse, he was employed with Lucent Technologies in its Financial Leadership Development Program with assignments in microelectronics, switching and access, and wireless networks.

Jiang Tao

Senior Expert, China Semiconductor Industry Association

Jiangtao, Obtained a bachelor’s degree from Zhejiang University and a master’s degree from Beijing Institute of Technology.
 
In the past 27 years, engaged in semiconductor integrated circuit manufacturing and planning in East China Optoelectronics Integrated Circuit Research Institute and Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.

Datuk Phang Ah Tong

Former Deputy Chief Executive Officer of MIDA

Datuk Phang graduated with a Bachelor of Economics (Honours) from University of Malaya in 1981. He has had a distinguished career in the civil service of Malaysia, spanning 36 years in promoting foreign and domestic investments and assisted in developing the manufacturing and services sectors in Malaysia under the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (‘MIDA’) where his last held position was the Deputy Chief Executive Officer before his retirement in 2017.

He has served in various capacities including being the Assistant Trade Commissioner for MIDA London and Director of MIDA New York. Upon returning to the MIDA headquarters, he was appointed the Director of Foreign Direct Investment (‘FDI’), overseeing the promotion of global FDI into Malaysia.

Dr. Melissa Grupen-Shemansky

VP of Technology Communities, SEMI

Melissa Grupen-Shemansky, Ph.D., is Vice President of Technology Communities and CTO at SEMI. She manages a team of microelectronics industry group leaders that foster collaboration in areas of design, fab, packaging, sensors, materials, and semiconductor equipment.
 
She also directs public-private consortia in partnership with U.S. Army Research Labs and Air Force Research Labs, developing dual-use technologies to serve Department of Defense objectives while enabling commercial opportunities. 
 
Over her career, Melissa has held various management and executive level positions in Motorola, Lucent Bell Labs (Agere Systems), and AMD/Spansion managing technical professionals in R&D as well as manufacturing and product development.
 
Prior to joining SEMI, Melissa served as senior vice president of Engineering in Advanced Nanotechnology Solutions, a startup in 3D and cybersecurity. She holds a BS and MS in Chemical Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University and a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Arizona State University.

 

Chan Chee Leng

Vice President Development, Infineon Technologies (Malaysia)

Chee Ling is Vice President of Backend Development at Infineon Technologies Malaysia. In this role, Chee Ling is responsible to define roadmap strategy for new innovation and technology to support business growth. His portfolio includes Package Development for Power, Advanced Logic, RF and Sensor package platform.
 
Chee Ling brings a track record of results through an extensive career spanning engineering, project management and technology development. Under his leadership, the team successfully developed numerous trendsetting package solutions.
 

Chee Ling has more than 19 years of vast experience in semiconductor industry and a holder of several patents in Packaging Technology. He holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from University of Science Malaysia.

Smita Kuriakose

Senior Economist, Finance, Competitiveness & Innovation, World Bank

Smita Kuriakose is a Senior Economist in the Finance, Competitiveness and Innovation Global Practice in the World Bank. She is currently based in the Malaysia Knowledge and Research Hub where she leads the work program on private sector development, innovation and entrepreneurship. Her expertise is in science, technology & innovation policy, skills development, business environment and competitiveness.
 
Her work has covered over 20 countries. She has led regional agships publications in the Europe and Central Asia, East Asia and Pacic and Africa regions on innovation and entrepreneurship issues and multi-sectoral operations of both Development Policy and Investment Policy Instruments. In East Asia and Pacic region, she has led policy dialogues on innovation and entrepreneurship in China, Malaysia, Vietnam and Thailand.
 
Prior to joining the Bank in Washington DC, she worked on a United Nations

Project and the Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Unit of the World
Bank at New Delhi, India where she focused on scal and macro policies. Smita
holds graduate degrees in Economics from the University of Maryland, College
Park in the US and the Delhi School of Economics in India.

Philip Bernard

Senior Vice President, Global HDD Operations, Western Digital

• Based in Kuala Lumpur but spent a large portion of his career at various manufacturing sites in Asia (Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Bangkok) and 3 years in the Western Digital HQ in Irvine and San Jose, CA.

• Over 32 years of disc drive (storage) experience

• Responsible for a worldwide organization of 22,000 staff, consisting of all the hard drive HDD factories in Asia, coupled with Engineering units in Japan and the USA.

• He has also sat on multiple university advisory boards, as well as being an active speaker at technology conferences/webinars, focused on innovation and 4IR implementation.

Solomon Lorthu

Managing Director, Penang Design Center & Site Operations, Motorola Malaysia

Datuk Ir. Dr. Siti Hamisah

Ministry of Science, Technology, And Innovation (MOSTI)

Datuk Ir. Ts. Dr. Siti Hamisah Tapsir is currently the Secretary General of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI), Malaysia. Her role as the most senior civil servant in the Ministry is to provide leadership in the development of the country’s policy and strategic direction in science, technology, innovation and the economy. This includes driving the adoption of emerging advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence, robotics, precision technology and other advanced technology, such as nanotechnology and biotechnology through digitalisation and automation across both the public and private sector. Datuk Ir. Ts. Dr. Siti Hamisah Tapsir is also responsible for the research,
    
development, commercialisation and innovation grants as well as the debt and equity agencies of technology start-ups in Malaysia. Among the 23 agencies that she is responsible for includes MIMOS (a national applied R&D centre focusing on advanced ICT, electronics and engineering technology), the Malaysian Venture Capital (MAVCAP); Cradle Sdn. Bhd., the Malaysian Technology Development Corporation (MTDC), Malaysia Debt Ventures Berhad (MDV), the Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity (MAGIC), the Malaysian Industry-Government for High Technology (MIGHT) and two science education centres, including the National Science Centre and National Planetarium. As Secretary General, she is also responsible for MOSTI’s operational and development expenditure, which was worth more than MYR 900 million in 2020. Thus, Datuk Ir. Ts. Dr. Siti Hamisah Tapsir is also directly involved in the regulation, management and policy of the Atomic Energy Licensing Board (AELB) including LYNAS, Malaysian Nuclear Agency, Malaysian Space Agency, Department of Chemistry Malaysia and Yayasan Inovasi Malaysia. On 16 March 2021, Datuk Siti is appointed as the President of Malaysian Board of Technologist, recognizing her contribution and passion towards nurturing and preparing Malaysian technology-based, high-skilled talent for the challenging future.
Most recently, Datuk Ir. Ts. Dr. Siti Hamisah Tapsir played a key role in the country’s response to COVID-19, where she leveraged on the Ministry’s existing agencies to lead the innovation, testing, vaccine development and the implementation of COVID-19 vaccination. She also leads the implementation of the National Science, Technology and Innovation policy (DSTIN 2021-2030), a national sandbox initiative (NTIS), the Malaysian Grand Challenge and MyHackathon to accelerate local technology development and commercialisation. These efforts came into fruition when the Prime Minister announced the establishment of the National Innovation and Technology Sandbox, which received an initial budget of MYR100 million, as part of a national strategy to guide the country into economic recovery. Subsequently, Datuk Ir. Ts. Dr. Siti Hamisah Tapsir is also an appointed Member of the Investment Committee Penjana Kapital Sdn. Bhd., a special purpose vehicle established by the Ministry of Finance to manage MYR1.2 billion in venture funding through innovation by start-ups in automation and digitalisation.
Prior to her stint as the Secretary General of MOSTI, she was the Secretary General of the Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Innovation and Climate Change (MESTECC),

where she led the development of policy and strategic management in three key sectors, namely energy, science, technology and innovation (STI) as well as environment and climate change. This includes overseeing 30 governmental departments and agencies including Department of Environment Malaysia (DOE), Energy Commission Malaysia and Sustainable Energy Development Malaysia (SEDA). As Secretary-General, Datuk Ir. Ts. Dr. Siti Hamisah Tapsir was also responsible for the overall administrative and financial matters of the Ministry.
In her role, Datuk Ir. Ts. Dr. Siti Hamisah Tapsir led the reformation of the energy sector under the Malaysian Energy Supply Industry (MESI) 2.0 and steered Malaysia’s transition into renewable energy, especially in increasing the country’s target of renewable energy generation to 20% by 2025. For science, technology and innovation, she was keen to direct and spur the STI ecosystem in order to create equitable wealth and improve the nation’s well-being by realigning and redesigning the funding ecosystem within the ministry. With the urgent call for action in addressing climate change and ensuring environmental sustainability, Datuk Ir. Ts. Dr. Siti Hamisah Tapsir played a big role in enhancing environmental monitoring with the reformation of the Department of Environment as well as the development of green technology. She also led cross-sectoral/cross-ministerial efforts in ensuring Malaysia’s commitment to the Paris Agreement.
During her tenure as the Director General of Higher Education Department in 2017-2019, she was deeply involved in the development of the Malaysia Education Blueprint 2015/2025 (Higher Education) and was tasked to implement the initiatives outlined in the Blueprint for public and private higher education institutions. She played a primary role in the establishment of the rating system for private colleges and led the liberalisation of private higher education. As the Director General, she was responsible for the amendments and harmonisation of the University and University College Act and the Private Higher Education Act. She significantly contributed to the formation of several foreign university branch campuses in Malaysia and the enhancement of public universities’ policies and governance. These strategies were specifically designed and executed to enhance the visibility of Malaysian universities in the global arena. This move has resulted in international acknowledgement and recognition of Malaysian universities’ high quality in teaching, research and global engagement.

Datuk Ir. Ts. Dr. Siti Hamisah Tapsir played a key role in MOHE’s Redesigning Higher Education initiatives, including the Integrated Cumulative Grade Point Average (iCGPA), the CEO at Faculty Programme, the 2u2i (work based learning) programme, the Malaysia Massive Open Online Courses (Malaysia MOOC), and the Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL). She monitored the Education 4.0 initiatives including reviewing the challenges and impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on the Malaysian Higher Education ecosystem.
On a professional level, she is a registered Technologist with the Malaysia Board of Technologists and a registered engineer under the Board of Engineers Malaysia. In 2016, Datuk Ir. Ts. Dr. Siti Hamisah Tapsir received an Honorary Doctorate (Doctor of Science) from the University of Southampton for her outstanding contribution in engineering. She has also received numerous accolades including the Asia HRD Awards 2017 for her contribution to the Malaysian Society for advancing higher education in Malaysia and the Honorary Fellow of the ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organisations (AFEO) in 2017 for her expertise and experience in advancing the growth of engineering in the ASEAN region.

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